The best way to get to know Manly and Northern Beaches may be through its top attractions. Among these are Taronga Zoo, Joel Coleman Gallery, National Artillery Museum, Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden and Headland Park—all of which are compelling reasons to visit.
Need a place to kick back after all that sightseeing? Manly and Northern Beaches also has 9 hotels, which rate highly for Location and Room comfort, meaning they offer more than just a comfy bed to snooze in.Where to shop in Manly and Northern Beaches
Dress like a local or change up your whole look while in Manly and Northern Beaches. The shops at Interactive Projection are great options for adding to your own wardrobe or that of friends and loved ones back home. If you're after accessories and other fashionable finishing touches, check out the eye-catching jewelry at Affinity Diamonds.Getting to Manly and Northern Beaches
The most direct path to Manly and Northern Beachesis through Sydney Airport and Sydney Seaplanes.Arts and culture in Manly and Northern Beaches
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Manly and Northern Beaches at National Artillery Museum and The Shop Next Door and The Shop Next Door. The books in Manly Library offer a taste of culture and learning.Where to eat in Manly and Northern Beaches
Traveling burns a lot of calories, and Manly and Northern Beaches offers plenty of places where you can enjoy a quiet meal or break bread with the whole family. The dishes at Garfish Manly, Miss Marley's, Fishmongers Manly and Whitewater Restaurant are good bets for refueling.Nightlife in Manly and Northern Beaches
After dinner or long days of sightseeing, you can pull up a barstool at Manly Wharf Hotel and Ivanhoe Hotelto enjoy a refreshing cocktail or nightcap. And cutting a rug on the dance floor is always an option.Outdoor adventures in Manly and Northern Beaches
Don't forget to leave time to enjoy a little nature while in Manly and Northern Beaches. Head to Stony Range Regional Botanic Garden or Darling Harbour for a refreshing walk or afternoon picnic.
Snap photos of unique and exotic creatures at Taronga Zoo, and dive into the vast underwater world at Manly Sea Life Sanctuary, where finned friends swim through blue waters. Both are family-friendly activities that can make learning fun.Best times to visit Manly and Northern Beaches
Manly and Northern Beaches is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but August, June and July are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 33%, 32% and 30%, respectively.What to do in Manly and Northern Beaches
Like thrilling rides? How about handheld eats? Head to Manly Sea Life Sanctuary and Manly Waterworks. Big Screen Promotions's silver screens offer up a helping of fun for all ages.
The trained staff and serene environs at The Garden Spa are always on hand to help parents and adults relax and treat themselves to a little pampering.Where to eat in Manly and Northern Beaches
Traveling burns a lot of calories, and Manly and Northern Beaches offers plenty of places where you can enjoy a quiet meal or break bread with the whole family. The dishes at Garfish Manly, Miss Marley's, Fishmongers Manly and Whitewater Restaurant are good bets for refueling.
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