All roads in the eastern suburbs lead to Watsons Bay. This is where you will find the spectacular ocean cliffs known as the Gap, and Doyles, a famous seafood restaurant with superb views of the city.
Nearby is Camp Cove, a popular family beach and the starting point of a 1.5-kilometre walking track, which takes you past Sydney’s first nude-bathing beach, Lady Bay, to the windswept promontory of South Head.
South Head boasts magnificent views across the harbour to Manly and a poignant memorial to the crew and passengers of the Dunbar who were all lost in 1853 when the ill-fated ship ran aground and sank just outside the heads.
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