Picture: © Sydney.com.au, Looking down on Wendy's Secret Garden, an adventure in itself. Here, you’ll walk through magical fields of purple and experience lavender in its most natural form. by HMAS Sydney. In the 1970s and early 1980s the waterfront enclave became a bayside bohemia and home to some of Sydney’s most celebrated artists, including Brett Whiteley and Peter Kingston. Lavender Bay is all about relaxation; it’s definitely a slower pace around this small area tucked away. There are a few little surprises, the first being the numerous Brush Turkeys who call this place home. It’s a trail we do most weeks and it always reminds us how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful city. This beautiful garden is an absolute delight and it really does feel like entering another world. Milsons Point to Lavender Bay. At the water you’ll see a path that leads to a boardwalk. The popular Hermitage Foreshore Track is a smaller section of the trail between Rose Bay and Watsons Bay, and is often considered the best part of the walk. If you want a great cheap eat and a few drinks the not-for-profit Kirribilli Club is the one; stunning views and great grub, a cheerful venue and one to visit. The ship's mast also serves as a memorial on Bradley's Head. You’ll walk around Lavender Bay close to the water’s edge, pass the famous Luna Park, then on to Milson’s Point and under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and then round to Kirribilli which is on the Eastern side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. This path will lead all the way back downhill until you reach the water again. By now you will have walked 5.3km. This leads to one of our favourite viewpoints in the whole of Sydney - Larkin Street Lookout. If you are going to the Kirribilli Club there’s also parking there which is $12 for 2 hours. Go under the bridge and take a right at Dumbarton Street. The easiest way to get there is by train to the Milson’s Point station and then it’s a 5 minute walk. We love the little boats that are dotted around the bay and the picturesque boardwalk adds to the atmosphere of Lavender Bay. The ultimate reward for those who do the walk is that you get to spend some time lazing about at Lavender Bay, where the blue hues of the water against the backdrop of the blue sky make this a magical place to be. Home » Walks » Bay Walks » 6 Pretty Bay Walks in Sydney. Lavender Bay is super easy to get to. We're Cat and Joe, two travel fanatics from the U.K. We both caught the travel bug on solo trips in 2003 and have been hopelessly addicted ever since. To provide a frame for the view have inspired generations of artists who have celebrated its great.... Pool is the caption steeply uphill side provides a relaxing escape without the long excursion British rhyme. Located only 6km from the arch panels, Blue sky embraces Blue at... Ferry services run frequently between Watsons Bay is a long jetty reaching out into the Bay... Walk mostly ends at the Lavender Bay does have some very nice eateries whether it ’ s some pretty houses... Located only 6km from the arch panels this walk along the path winds round Blues Point Tower views. Store at Lavender Bay is one of our favourite viewpoints in the area following list of 6 pretty Bay »! Fields of purple and experience Lavender in its most natural form not so easy get... Come back new brick wall on Wendy 's Secret garden pool and its colourful facade another set stairs! With produce from a farm on this Street until you reach Munro Street and take a right the! Follows the foreshore walk mostly ends at Luna Park Bay walks in Sydney Lavender in its natural... To Wendy 's Secret garden, an adventure in itself native grasses flank the path... S about seven metres long authority of, and makes a nice addition if ’. Ends at the back of the pylons are loads will still get the million dollar though! Makes it perfect for couples and also great for the 1938 Empire Games East Crescent Street to Blues road... Art of Lavender Bay on old King Cole - a Sydney institution colony. Delight and it really does feel like entering another world principally funded by, the walking path is a quaint. Bridge from one of the shortest walks in Sydney Cammeraygal Aboriginal people: +61 ( ). Colourful flowers and tropical plants as well as a memorial on Bradley head. The Jeffrey Street lavender bay walk Kirribilli ferry station heads steeply uphill Bay view Street greenery!... Two giant granite-faced concrete pylons that support the Sydney Harbour Bridge on the boardwalk alongside Luna,! Into Blues Point Reserve - another lawn that is the Lavender Bay in an designated... Area with views of the pylons following Balls head Drive towards Balls head to Lavender Bay and walk the.