Sydney Harbour Bridge
You can’t come to Sydney and not visit the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, and this route happens to show off both. Start at the bridge’s northern landing, run across it, and follow the path around Circular Quay past the Opera House and the Botanic Garden to Mrs Macquaries Chair. Then turn back for the bridge. It’s about 12 km, and views are to-die-for. Make sure your phone is fully charged. No matter how many times I’ve run this, I always stop to take photos and videos. There are two fabulous outdoor pools—Olympic Pool, under the north side of the bridge, and Andrew Boy Charlton at Mrs. Macquaries Chair—great for photos, and post-run backstrokes.
The iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. Admire the views from the waterfront or go for a stroll across the mighty structure.
One of the most famous Images of Sydney, worth a visit to discover the history behind our famous Port
“Sydney Opera house a Must see in Circular Quay. many eateries and surrounded by Sydney's iconic harbour bridge.”
“a great easy walk that takes in the sites of Sydney harbour, the Sydney opera house, and woolloomollo wharf and provide easy access to the Art Gallery of NSW, State Library and Circular quay. A beautiful location for those off you who love to jog against a breathtaking backdrop”
“Right bang in Circular Quay, the MCA has always something interesting going on as well as a terrace bar view great views. ”
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