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With a variety of outdoor attractions, the sophisticated harbour suburb of Mosman has something for everyone. Shoppers can stroll Military Road for its unique offering of antiques, designer labels, and hip restaurants and cafes. Nature lovers can take in spectacular bushwalks like the Taronga to Balmoral walk, while families can enjoy snorkeling in the sheltered beaches of Balmoral Beach or scuba diving at Chowder Bay. History lovers enjoy exploring the fortifications at the end of Old Fort Road in Middle Head, which date back to the 1800s. Even the exhibitionist set can find entertainment in Mosman, with several nude beaches located in the area.
Zoo functions 9 - 4. So if you are a tourist plan early. Ride from City (by any means) takes around 1 hour. Carry umbrella, coat as it could suddenly rain and become very chilling due to surrounding trees. Not very rare but usual zoo animals.,. Enclosures are natural so feel good. Wear good walking shoes as it involves lot...
Beautiful quiet beach which is hard to find but well worth the effort. Never crowded, lovely clean sand and a big grass park behind which is excellent for eating al fresco. Highly recommended. Very clean clear water.
"Wonderful Free Art Installation in Historic Headland Tunnels"
reviewed 16 April 2018 by Mairwen1
There are lots of reasons to go to the beautiful Middle Head area with its expansive views and its old military tunnels, bunkers, ‘tiger cages’ and relics of cannons but if you go right now, Mosman Art Gallery has a free sound art installation, The Moment Under The Moment, inside the tunnels.
The Gallery commissioned Chris Caines to do a...
"Nice park under normal circumstances but not the place for NYE fireworks"
reviewed 5 February 2014 by 583granth
Watching the fireworks in Sydney is not the simplest thing to plan. The fireworks are world famous and millions of people come along to watch them. People queue the whole day for the Botanic gardens to grab a small space to sit down for hours and hours of waiting.
We planned to be in Sydney for this event, but we...
This is a treat of a location with a delicacy of tasty morsels hidden behind the entrance to one of Syndey's most beautiful landmarks. The food and range of teas are divine and the staff are wonderful. This is a wonderful treat for someone you care about dearly.
Dinner with a bunch of business colleagues - great views of Balmoral Beach. As part of set menu - Roast scallops, Beef fillet, and cheese to finish - the food was great and well presented, other meals looked equally good; service was attentive. Good night had by all.