The sun rising over Dobroyd Head and Crater Cove, and also over North Head, on the other side of the Sydney Harbor National Park, is a scene you must see live if you get the chance. This view is from a rock ledge, less than 200 meters from the Dobroyd Scenic Drive, which circles Tania Park in Balgowlah Heights, New South Wales, Australia. I had seen this location while on the Manly To Spit walk, which I highly recommend and came back here two days in a row. To get to this spot you have to leap the overlook fence and cut through a few feet of brush. It’s not nearly as adventurous as it sounds unless it’s dark and you believe every animal in Australia can kill you. It was and I do. That said, any effort to get to this spot is worth it in the end. It’s peaceful and obviously a spectacular view. Here’s the location: Tania Park
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