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Sydney: Sydney: Five fantastic walks of discovery for all ages

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Fun, informative and easy-to-use, the new Sydney Infotina provides a pocket-sized guide revealing the very best five walks that Sydney has on offer. Based on Woodslanes bestselling Sydneys Best Harbour and Coastal Walks, this new guide presents the walks in a convenient, easy-to-carry format. Printed on a flexible but durable laminated card in 20-copy dispenser counterpacks,

Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and its sparkling harbour setting, rugged coastal cliffs and long golden beaches lie at the very heart of its appeal. Regardless of your fitness level or experience, the best way to experience its breathtaking views and diverse environments is to set off on foot. This guide will take you along five walks that reveal the very best that Sydney has to offer.

Katrina O’Brien is both a Sydney resident and a travel guide author. Extensive travel in Australia and overseas has convinced her, many footsteps later, that Sydney has some of the best city walks in the world.

Veechi Stuart is a freelance author, journalist and former Sydney Morning Herald columnist. Veechi has lived in the Blue Mountains since 1987 and is passionate about bushwalking, the local community and the environment. Veechi is also the author of Sydneys Best Bush, Park and City Walks and co-author of Sydneys Best Picnic Spots, Parks and Reserves.

• Each guides presents 5 of the very best walks for the visitor
• The selection is designed to offer walks for all abilities
• All the walks will give the visitor a wonderful experience and a great sense of what makes the place so special
• All the walks have been re-walked for these new Infotina guides
• Each guide includes detailed walk notes and maps plus an inspiring photograph for each walk



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