Iso-exercise away from the crowds at Sydney’s best-kept outdoor secret

We are almost half-way through week two of Sydney lockdown, and it’s likely that a daily walk and fresh air break has become part of your required routine.

But, with crowds of people flocking to popular walking tracks and beachside esplanades, it’s almost impossible to avoid the crowds and socially distance. Fret no more, as we have the answer to your ‘where to iso-exercise’ dilemma.

Introducing, Q Station in Manly, Sydney’s best-kept outdoor secret, filled with open space and scenic views, plus a 234-stair funicular, that’s guaranteed to get the heart pumping. With 30 hectares of unspoilt harbourfront land to discover,  it’s the perfect spot for the whole family to get in that daily outdoor exercise and enjoy the city surroundings. Plus, you can learn a thing or two about Australia’s quarantine history while you’re at it.  

While Q Station’s accommodations and restaurants are currently closed, its grounds are accessible and the Wharf Cafe at Quarantine Beach is open for takeaway from Monday to Wednesday (8AM – 4PM) for barista coffee, snacks and refreshments. 

Source: Q Station