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. The North Head Quarantine Station walk This walk is Sydneys BEST! From Circular Quay catch the ferry to Manly. In front of the wharf is where the buses leave. Catch the 135 bus from stand "J". Near the bus stands is the Manly tourist info centre, go in and get some maps on North Head and Q Station. The bus will take you to either Q Station or further up the hill to North fort. Its best to do Q Station as a day trip by itself as there is much to see and the steep hilly area drains your battery. Do North Fort/ North Head on another day to ensure enough battery power. There are spectacular cliff top views from the fairfax walk , then on your way to the cafe there are fantastic views across the harbour all the way to the city. The war memorial walk begins in the carpark behind the cafe & takes you past old gun placements . I chose to follow "North Fort Rd" which is mostly down hill and takes you past the parade ground, many military buildings, and ends at the visitor centre. Make your way to the nearest bus stop for the short trip back to Manly. Q Station- Stop into the reception near the bus roundabout and get a map. follow the road down hill and explore the old hospital then down to the wharf where there is a great museum on the history of Quarantine station. The old original steam ovens are fantastic to see. A beautiful quite beach and cafe. Q station cottages are available to rent
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