Glebe Foreshore Walk
Chilled-out inner-west residential neighborhood Glebe is a haven of quirky bookstores, cafés, restaurants, and pubs, including foodie-favorite Glebe Point Diner on the main drag. It also offers verdant space for picnics, sports, or bike rides in Bicentennial Park, which connects with the mile-long, 20-minute Glebe Foreshore Walk for vistas of the sparkly harbor, Anzac Bridge, and the city skyline. Stop for coffee on the terrace of cottage-esque Blackwattle Café or dine at waterside restaurant the Boathouse on Blackwattle Bay. Architecture fans can spot the temple-like Walter Burley Griffin Incinerator nearby. This shared pathway is popular with dog walkers and cyclists, and wends its way to the blue-hued Sydney Fish Market.