Best Pram Friendly Walks Sydney Ebook: Fresh Air Fun With Babies + Toddlers

 

Are you looks for some longer walks with your baby or toddler.

Taking the kids out into the fresh air and stretching your legs is definitely one of the best things to do in Sydney with toddlers and with babies too.

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Sydney Stroller Walks

The 10 stroller walks are:

Coogee Clifftops Walk – A lovey walk up over Trenerry reserve and along the fabulous boardwalk. You’ll feel miles away from civilisation.

Narrabeen Lagoon Trail – An 8 kilmometre walk (or cycle) around beautiful Narrabeen Lake. Many lovely spots to stop along the way too.

Warriewood Wetlands Walk – Lovely walk through wetlands with lots of birds to spot. Good for strollers and little kids too.

Heart Of The City – Harbour Bridge To The Art Gallery – Stroller-friendly 5km walk right along Circular Quay and into the Botanic Gardens.

Sydney Harbour Bridge Walk With Kids – A detailed guide on the best way to walk with Harbour Bridge when you have kids and even a stroller with you.

Centennial Park Circuit – Walk around Grand Drive on a sealed walking path, excellent for strollers. It’s 3.8km long and takes an hour if you go quickly, but MUCH longer if you have children walking with you!

Manly Four Beaches Walk – A smooth stroll along the gorgeous walkway featuring Queenscliff, North Steyne, Manly and Shelly beaches.

Manly to Balgowlah Walk – The start of the Manly to Spit walk, this lovely smooth walkway has stunning harbour views, rock pools, beaches… and coffee!

And there are two lovely pram friendly walks in Western Sydney too:

Parramatta River Foreshore Walk – A shorter and easy walk in the heart of Parramatta. You’ll see some beautiful Indigenous artworks plus there’s a cool playground.

Parramatta Park Stroller Walk – Choose how long you walk around beautiful Parramatta Park, smooth walkways, playgrounds and cafes too.

 

 

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Posted on: October 29, 2018

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