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Sydney Harbour NP Accommdation

Sydney Harbour National Park protects various islands and foreshore areas around one of the world's most famous harbours. It contains rare pockets of the bushland which was once common around Sydney, and in these remnants you'll find a surprising range of native animals living in the park. But beyond the scenery, there's a lot of history, mystery and cultural heritage waiting to be discovered. You'll find buildings constructed with convict labour; historic maritime and military installations; and the Quarantine Station which used to protect Sydneysiders from infectious diseases. You'll also find many Aboriginal sites - signposts of an ancient cultural heritage that still lives on, despite the devastating impact of colonisation. 

Park Highlights: Fort Denison and the other harbour islands, with their intriguing stories and great views, Experience the contrasting landscapes of Sydney on one of the many harbour walks, including the Manly Scenic Walkway, which takes you past exclusive waterfront suburbs, native coastal heath and subtropical rainforest remnants, The many guided tours in the park, from bush food tours around Bradleys Head to night-time ghost walks in the Quarantine Station, swim and a picnic at historic Nielsen Park, which has been an important part of harbourside life since the early 20th century

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Harbourside Apartments

North Sydney's only waterfront executive and family serviced apartment hotel, is uniquely situated right on the harbour's edge at McMahon's Point. Harbourside offers exhilarating views of Sydney Harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney City Skyline, the Sydney Opera House, Luna Park and North Sydney.

Manly Beach View Bed and Breakfast

At Manly Beach View bed and breakfast you can sit and watch the sunrise and the waves from your own private balcony or view them from your own private lounge room in comfort. The entrance to the bed and breakfast is private and it leads to a garden area over looking Queenscliff Beach along to Manly Beach.

Manly Harbour Loft B&B

Through your own entrance, walk beneath the frangipani tree and courtyard up to your very own unique and private bed and breakfast room. Enjoy your breakfast or sip a glass of wine or two in the evenings whilst admiring the views of Manly and Sydney Harbour. Established in 1997 as The Manly Harbour Loft. Your own balcony with views of Sydney Harbour and Manly. Catch the jet-cat and you can be in Sydney in just 15 minutes. 

Q Station Retreat

Just 5 minutes from famous Manly Beach, this historic retreat in the heart of the National Park offers 72 beautiful heritage accommodation rooms, the fantastic Boilerhouse Harbourside Restaurant on Quarantine Beach, an amazing Theatre Show called Defiance and many day and night tours.