Grab your sneakers Sydney-siders and hit the pavement, our East Coast just got a brand-spankin’ new coastal walk and it is nothing short of fabulous. So where is this insanely pretty track you ask? Southeast Sydney people.
Yep, connecting the plains of Malabar and the ridiculously pretty southern headlands of Maroubra is the newly done-up Western Escarpment Walking Track. This open trail (which stretches just over a kilometre) offers up a few sneaky vantage points boasting 360 degree views of Malabar headland, Maroubra Beach and Botany Bay. Basically, your ‘gram is guaranteed to go off.
You’ll find the best way to access this fresh track is through Arthur Byrne Reserve in South Maroubra or Pioneers Park in Malabar.
And FYI, it’s the perfect spot to do a little humpback whale or seal spotting during June and July.
Once you've conquered this newbie, why not conquer the rest of Sydney's coastal tracks.
Image credit: Randwick City Council