Sydney-sider Glenn Kesbah created The Sydney Wheelchair Walks website as a guide to exploring scenic paths/walking tracks around Sydney by electric wheelchair. The website has a map, notes and photographs of each walk From the Sydney Wheelchair Walks website: One of the best ways to see Sydney is by Rivercat or Ferry.There are many scenic foreshore & coastal paths/walks to go on , and all ferries are wheelchair friendly. Most buses are also equiped with ramps for easy drive on access. Coogee Beach Clifftop Walk Absolutely spectacular ! I caught the rivercat to Circular quay then just near wharf 2 is a bus stand D , catch the 373 bus from Circular Quay to Coogee direct ( 40 minutes). When at Coogee beach "Gordon bay" is just north of the beach down a very steep path. Return past the Bali bombing memorial and head south , there is a great path along the cliff top down thru a bush tunnel on to a timber boadwalk set on the sandstone cliff edge, keep going over the rough sandstone flats and up the timber boadwalk past grand houses.30 minutes back to beach
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