Explore one of Sydney’s great harbourside attractions at Headland Park. Located on the Mosman peninsula, homeland of the Borogegal People, Headland Park comprises three precincts – Georges Heights, Middle Head and Chowder Bay.
Formerly occupied by defences forces, Headland Park features military remnants, coastal bush walks with distinctive harbour views and heritage buildings, sympathetically re-purposed by artists, cafes and other local businesses.
Wander along peaceful walking tracks that take you through natural bushland and scenic outlooks with spectacular harbour views. Discover the rich tapestry of defence history, including a WWI-era military hospital and underground defence forts.
The showpiece of Headland Park is Georges Heights Lookout. Marvel at the stunning panoramic views of Sydney Heads, the Pacific Ocean, the eastern suburbs and the city skyline.
Soak up the bushland setting and authentic French cuisine at Frenchy’s Cafe or enjoy morning, afternoon tea or lunch in the historic settings of the Tea Room Gunners Barracks or Burnt Orange.
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