Tam has travelled from the USA to Sydney. She decided the trike Beach Beauty tour would be a great one to see parts of Sydney she wouldn’t get to see otherwise. This is so true and it is a beautiful area of Sydney, one of our favourites.
Manly Wharf and beach
Craig picked Tam up at Manly Wharf. Firstly, they rode past the well-known Manly Beach. Manly is famous for its promenade of pine trees, which were first planted by the early English settlers. The pines trees could then be cut down and used to build ships and masts if settlers decided they wanted to sail home.
The Northern Beaches and Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park
Continuing north along the Northern Beaches, they rode past Freshwater Beach and Dee Why Beach. Both well-known amongst Sydneyites and they are beautiful beaches. Next was up to Narrabeen, Mona Vale and then they rode to Mccarrs Creek via Church Point. This is a drive through the southern part of the beautiful Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park.
North and South Heads
Next, they rode via Oxford Falls through to Seaforth. A lovely suburb of the lower northern beaches. A fabulous view is from Tania Park. The views of both the North and South Heads are just glorious. This is where the photo was taken.
Yet, there was still more to see. After the Heads, they rode through Clontarf, across The Spit (a bridge with views to Middle Harbour). Cruising along the promenade at Balmoral Beach is pretty special.
Next stop was Jeffery St Wharf at Kirribilli. Yet more beautiful views! This time across Sydney Harbour towards the CBD and the Sydney Opera House. The Harbour Bridge looks very impressive from here also.
In addition, they rode across the Harbour Bridge. Look up and check out the arches and the rivets! However, time was up so Craig dropped Tam at Circular Quay. From here she could continue exploring our wonderful city. In conclusion, the trike Beach Beauty tour was a huge success. Three hours is still so short when you are having fun!