With its beautiful beaches and breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, the suburb of Manly is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Sydney. Most visitors enjoy sunbathing, surfing, and parasailing at Manly Beach, but you can also enjoy a little bit of local history and culture at the Manly Art Gallery and Museum. Travellers can enjoy an exhilarating whale watching cruise on Sydney Harbour, whilst summer visitors can indulge in “A Taste of Manly” at the local food and wine festival in June and autumn guests can listen to live music during the October jazz festival.
- Swim with sharks and view aquatic life such as giant stingrays, crocodiles, snakes, and sea turtles at Oceanworld Manly, which is part of the Sydney Aquarium.
- Shop in the mall, dine in the fine restaurants and cafes, and take a scenic stroll through the centre of Manly via The Corso, a pedestrian avenue stretching from the Sydney Harbour to the Tasman Sea.
- Enjoy dinner and a spooky ghost tour of The Quarantine Station, a section of historic buildings once used to protect the masses from plague, smallpox, and other infectious diseases.
The Sydney Airport is 33 kilometres from Manly via Metroad 10, and there is a ferry service from Manly Wharf to the mainland that takes about a half hour. The City Circle to Circular Quay commuter train line will take you from the city centre to Wharf 3, which is the stop for the famous scenic Manly Ferry. There are other privately run ferries that you can use as well. You can drive to the city using Pittwater Road or the Warringah Expressway. Manly town centre is very pedestrian and bike-friendly, but parking can be challenging.
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