I personally like to spend a day out chilling at watson bay area, though, my partner said he wanted to visit other suburb / other park nearby. Thus, I did some research and found some info and pics of diamond bay reserve. Legit. It’s so beautiful! So we pack our backpack and decided to check it out the next day.
🌤 Sunday, June 25th, 18’c / perfect weather 🌤
Lucky the sun was out, and it’s not so windy. We stop by at room10 cafe for a quick brunch and a cup of soy flat white.
Then, we head out straight to diamond bay reserve! We took the train to bondi junction and catched 386 (or 387 bus, either one works..)
Direction from Bondi Junction Station. bondi junction stand C for 386 bus, stop at vaucluse, New South Hd rd opp Old South Hd Rd. Walk down through the end of young street, passed by the cemetery.
Glad to had a stroll around. Happy sunday! X
As I previously lived in a small town in a Kent County called Canterbury, I wasn’t really get used to walk much before I arrived in Sydney. Canterbury is indeed a very compact city compared to Sydney and walking seems do able from city area to uphill campus.
Therefore, wen I first step my foot in Sydney, was surprised by the distance between one suburb to another is actually quite far away. Though after few years living down under, I can surely say that it is actually a great way to get around as we can see many different aspects and a closer look of Sydney. (And on top of that, we are having a better healthy life) 😁
- These pictures below was taken during my walk from museum station to macquarie street, intercontinntal in the afternoon.
Lunch break is over, lets get back to business
Nb; road closure at george st
Ready set go: museum station