Bradleys Head Walk

Explore Bradleys Head and see the natural beauty and historic sites.

Explore the natural beauty of the Sydney Harbour National Park and learn more about the local flora and fauna.

Whilst on a tour of Bradleys Head with us you may have a chance encounter with local animal species such as water dragons, ring tailed possums, rainbow lorikeets, brush turkeys and perhaps the elusive king parrots.

See you the local beaches here and explore the rock pools too. During your Bradleys Head Walk you’ll visit the marine life of Sydney Harbour by meandering along the shoreline. Be amazed about the secret lives of Variegated Limpets, Rock Oysters, Waratah Anemone and Nerite Snails.

Also, wander underneath the thick canopies of the Sydney red gum trees and enjoy the scenic views along the water’s edge whilst admiring the intricate sandstone rock formations on the shores of Sydney Harbour National Park.

Additionally, on our Bradleys Head Walk you’ll learn about the Japanese raid on Sydney during WWII as well as past military fortifications of Bradleys Head.

Still undecided? Then read this, 9 Reasons to Take a Sydney Guided Walk with EcoWalks Tours.



CHILD (7-16 YEARS) Must be accompanied by supervising adults


Guide showing visitors wild native flowers

Tour Reviews

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Many thanks Alan for guiding us on a marvellous ‘Georges Head’ walk last week (March 15th 2020). We particularly enjoyed your Acknowledgement of Country at the beginning of the walk and your obvious love and passion for the bushland and environment that we experienced.

Thank you for sharing your knowledge of the area and it’s wonderful flora and fauna and for making the walk so interesting by pointing out the harbour views, birds, trees and flowers along the way.

We can’t recommend you highly enough and would do your tour all over again….it was tremendous!

Best wishes Robyn and Chris Perth WA

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