Barrenjoey Headland

View from the Top

View from the Top

Sandstone Lighthouse at the Top

Sandstone Lighthouse at the Top

View of the ocean from the Lighthouse

View of the ocean from the Lighthouse

Stunning view from the top

Stunning view from the top

Local fauna

Local fauna

Local fauna

Local fauna

I have been to Palm Beach many times and I’ve always enjoyed a brunch at The Boathouse. I could actually see the lighthouse from The Boathouse, however, the vision of a total hard yakka hill-climbing is slightly off-putting. Then just recently, to make the most out of a Spring week blessed with blue sky and to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, I have spontaneously planned to do some coastal bush walking and this track came up in my Google search. Without hesitation, off I went with bells and whistles. Barrenjoey Headland is a fantastic 45-minute walk for those wanting a great walk on Sydney’s northern beaches. The entrance of the walk starts from the beach and will lead you to the lighthouse. The features of this track include views of the Central Coast, Palm Beach, South Pacific Ocean and the lighthouse itself. The view from the top of the hills is absolutely spectacular. Every angle you look is picturesque. Besides the amazing view and steep incline cardiovascular activity, there is also a slim chance that you might spot a B grade Home and Away celebrity. We only saw the film crews at the carpark.

Tip: Go and do the Barrenjoey Headland Walk when you are around the Northern Beaches and have a nice meal at The Boathouse afterwards. You will feel good after the walk, then you will feel better after your meal from the The Boathouse.

The Boathouse

The Boathouse

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Long wait

View from our table...

View from our table…

Oranges

Oranges

Limes

Limes

Fresh Flowers

Fresh Flowers

Milkshake

Milkshake

Tea

Tea

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Barrenjoey Headland

View from the Top

View from the Top

Sandstone Lighthouse at the Top

Sandstone Lighthouse at the Top

View of the ocean from the Lighthouse

View of the ocean from the Lighthouse

Stunning view from the top

Stunning view from the top

Local fauna

Local fauna

Local fauna

Local fauna

I have been to Palm Beach many times and I’ve always enjoyed a brunch at The Boathouse. I could actually see the lighthouse from The Boathouse, however, the vision of a total hard yakka hill-climbing is slightly off-putting. Then just recently, to make the most out of a Spring week blessed with blue sky and to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, I have spontaneously planned to do some coastal bush walking and this track came up in my Google search. Without hesitation, off I went with bells and whistles. Barrenjoey Headland is a fantastic 45-minute walk for those wanting a great walk on Sydney’s northern beaches. The entrance of the walk starts from the beach and will lead you to the lighthouse. The features of this track include views of the Central Coast, Palm Beach, South Pacific Ocean and the lighthouse itself. The view from the top of the hills is absolutely spectacular. Every angle you look is picturesque. Besides the amazing view and steep incline cardiovascular activity, there is also a slim chance that you might spot a B grade Home and Away celebrity. We only saw the film crews at the carpark.

Tip: Go and do the Barrenjoey Headland Walk when you are around the Northern Beaches and have a nice meal at The Boathouse afterwards. You will feel good after the walk, then you will feel better after your meal from the The Boathouse.

The Boathouse

The Boathouse

wpid-20140322_111725.jpg

Long wait

Long wait

View from our table...

View from our table…

Oranges

Oranges

Limes

Limes

Fresh Flowers

Fresh Flowers

Milkshake

Milkshake

Tea

Tea

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