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Parks & nature in Vaucluse

Beach
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“Lovely park and amazing harbour beach with white sand, and fantastic food options in the world class restaurant.”
56local recommendations
Beach
“Situated at the base of Hermit Bay within the Sydney Harbour National Park, Milk Beach is a small isolated beach surrounded by the Heritage listed Strickland House. Offering a breathtaking view of Sydney, Milk Beach is one of Sydney's Eastern Suburbs well-kept secrets. Best way to access Milk Beach is getting the ferry from Darling Harbour to Rose Bay, then walking through the Hermitage Foreshore Track for about 20 minutes - It's a beautiful scenic stroll! There is plenty to do when visiting Milk Beach, from fishing and snorkeling, to family picnics under the awning or a walk along the Hermitage Foreshore.”
32local recommendations
Café
“The beautiful architecture and old world charm of one of Sydney's colonial houses host a variety of event throughout the year or allows visitors during the days.”
27local recommendations
Park
“beautiful little harbour-side swimming spot that is netted off and quite shallow. Great for kids. ”
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Other Great Outdoors
“take a lovely bush walking along the foreshore of Vaucluse. Stunning Views ”
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Beach
“This is a stunning harbour beach within Nielsen Park. On a beautiful day, this is the place to be!”
7local recommendations
Park
“Probably the most beautiful European-style bay beach in the area with walking tracks. Secret beaches too.”
9local recommendations
Park
“Walk the cliffs to Sydney heads or take your time and watch the wales migrate”
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Beach
“Dog friendly beach with serene harbour backdrop. Check out the Lighthouse whilst in Vaucluse”
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Park
“Great to walk towards Dunbar Head and Vaucluse, during the month's when wales migrate excellent spot to see them from Vaucluse around Dunbar Head and further towards Bondi Beach”
7local recommendations
Historic Site
“A stunning old estate left to the public and managed by New South Wales Parks and Wildlife. Picnic in the grounds, play croquet, beautiful walks, swim at Milk Beach. Watch the sunset across the harbour.”
7local recommendations
Park
“Stunning cliff views from here. You may even see Whales here during the season ”
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Lighthouse
“Macquarie Lighthouse was the first and is, the longest serving lighthouse in Australia. Gorgeous location and views!”
4local recommendations
Beach
“Sydney has more than 100 beaches, but locals keep the cutest pockets to themselves. Kutti is a sheltered secret spot of golden sands, picturesque boathouses, and palm trees right in the middle of the city. Head to the absolute end of Wharf Road in Vaucluse and look hard. If you’re facing the water, you’ll see a very narrow set of stairs on your left. There are no signs leading the way to the beach—a very deliberate decision by locals—so please respect the secret, as everyone else does. In other words, don’t smoke, take your trash, and leave your boombox at home. Also, Kutti is dog-friendly. Stay away if you don’t welcome the odd sandy lick!”
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