Watsons Bay Sydney is ridiculously charming. It is the oldest Australia fishing village.
Visiting Watsons Bay is like being is a charming beach resort but remarkable views of the Sydney Central Business district.
It is a weekend getaways from Sydney choice that is actually in Sydney.
For those who love activities, you can do paddle boarding via Wattsup where you can rent or have lessons.
There is also Watsons Bay Baths where you can swim within a netted place next to the Vaucluse Yacht Club.
The Vaucluse Yacht club provides sailboat and sailing lessons should you want to try.
The beach place along the Marine Parade is remarkable for relaxing.
Alternatively, there is Camp Cove or Lady Bay Beach, much silent, more secluded choices and just a little walk from Robertson Park.
The place is remarkable to walk up and down the beachfront and admire the views and some of the rich homes, but if you want a set walk to do then it is highly advised to make the South Head Heritage Trail.
It provides some best ocean and harbour views and historical places along the way, including Hornby Lighthouse and gun emplacements.
The place is remarkable for families; there is a children play area near to the waterfront side of Robertson Park.
Lovely for couple and extremely romantic for sunset.
Best for friends and visiting the Watsons Bay Boutique hotel is hugely famous. Famous for active types too.
Food & Drink
The location that draws the eye most is Watsons Bay Boutique hotel, the best beachside venue with amazing European style food choices and famous for those wanting an afternoon drink.
Watson Bay Boutique hotel is pretty generally known for the affluent crowd who enjoy a hot months drink or two, with an upbeat environment on the weekend.