The Cremorne Point Walk must be one of the best short walks in Sydney. This trail takes about 1-1.5 hours if you do the entire round trip but it can take longer if you want to stop off, have a rest and enjoy the views.
We caught the ferry at Circular Quay and on the way we espied a glimpse of one of the stately homes.
We arrived at the Cremorne Ferry Station.
Once we got off the ferry, we headed up the staircase and turned to the left. This led us to a wide, paved, flat trail with what must be some of the most gobstoppingly spectacular harbour views on the one side and stately homes on the other.
We passed an area where we found some locals picnicking on the grassy verges and down by the water some people were swimming, what a spectacular walk, viewpoint and picnicking spot.
The walkways are beautiful and lush.
Along the walk we saw a log where some bees and built a nest.
A wonderful doorway leading to one of the homes.
Looking out over Mosman Bay marina.
A very brave paddleboarder.
Of course it was perfect weather for the yachts too.
Some spiders were also enjoying the view.
A Last look at the view before we leave.