There is always plenty to see and do in Manly, no matter what your interests are. Water activites abound, as well as art & cuture, sporting activities and of course there are plenty of attractions and activities for the kids as well. Manly Beach itself is a magical playground for everyone.
The pathway of Olympians celebrates more than 100 years of Manly residents who represented Australia in Olympic Games - both summer & winter. The pathway consists of a stroll from Manly Wharf to Sealife Sanctuary. Along the walkway you can observe first-hand the level of athletic prowess that has sprung from the local area. From the first Manly Olympian Stan Rowley in 1900, Manly has had a local representative at most summer Olympics, and since 1992 the Steggall family has done the suburb proud in the Winter Olympics. There are now more than 80 plaques on the walk, which is a living history and is added to after each Olympic Games.
For visitors to Manly and residents alike this is a lovely stroll along the Manly foreshore, overlooking the harbour and full of places to purch and take in the environment. Manly Beach is also just a short stroll away.
For more information on things to do in Manly and maps visit the Manly Booking & Information Centre, located on the forecourt of Manly Wharf, Manly.