Solo Sunday in Sydney ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ

Today I am flying solo. I am off from work and the sun is finally shining in Sydney. It feels strange but exciting to see blue skies after having so much rain. I am dying to get out and about so I take myself off for a really long walk, wanting to soak up as much vitamin D as possible and to increase my step count for the week. I canโ€™t do the Bondi to Coogee walk as it will be packed on a Sunday. So I decide to walk to Watsonโ€™s Bay via the residential streets, hoping to encounter as few people as possible. I pass Macquarie Lighthouse and from there I walk to Camp Cove, just past Watsonโ€™s Bay. Itโ€™s a little beach that is not as well know, unless you live here in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. I take the South Head heritage trail to Hornby Lighthouse and return to Watsonโ€™s Bay. Here I take the coastal walk from the Gap Lookout and return home via Rose Bay.

As well as being a beautiful walk and a good distance for gaining the steps, it also gives me the opportunity to take many photos, most of which I can add to my future posts for my Doors of WordPress and my Friday Flowers โ˜บ๏ธ.

I hope you enjoy some of the scenic shots from today. This is my happy place. Walking in beautiful weather, with stunning scenery and the chance to see what I can photograph.

Macquarie Lighthouse
Camp Cove – a small beach with lots of charm and city views
Camp Cove kiosk – I love the quaintness of this kiosk and it was the perfect spot to stop for lunch
Views for days when you take the South Head heritage trail to the lighthouse
Hornby Lighthouse
Walking from the Gap Lookout towards Bondi.
The coastal views are stunning.
City views and the Harbour Bridge.
When I passed Macquarie Lighthouse again, I took the residential streets to Rose Bay and then home.

All in all, my walk was about 3.5 hours with a lunch stop. My feet are walked off me but I feel great for having done it and I can now put the feet up at home.

I hope you all are able to have a lovely Sunday wherever you are. Take care and keep safe,

Wayne โœŒ๐Ÿฝ

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  1. I loved your Syndey photos. 30 years ago my husband and I took our two kids who were then age 2 and 4 to Australia. We spent 6 months travelling around Auz in a campervan. 26,000 kilometers! We all loved Sydney. Our son has been back a couple of years ago and enjoyed it. He is now in his 30s. Your photos brought back good memories.

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  2. That top pic is a beaut. In all my years of flying to Australia (about a dozen I think) there was no better sight in the world than the view of Sydney Harbor and the bridge and the Opera House โ€” always early morning with the sun coming up. Great times.

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