Be Awe Inspired by the Spectacular Setting Sydney Sky

So it’s too cold to hit the beach? Why not get out there with someone you love and hit a grassy knoll instead? There’s something really cosy about snuggling up and watching the beautiful warm reds, pinks and oranges of a Sydney sunset. Here at Glorious Difference headquarters we love to get outdoors, even when it’s a little chilly! We’ve curated a few picnic spot ideas for your Sydney Winter sunset list!

Milson’s Point – North Sydney

Get up close and personal with the Harbour Bridge being blanketed with fluffy, pink clouds at dusk.

Larkin St Lookout – Waverton

A beautiful vantage point to watch Sydney and it’s coves under the falling sun. This one is sure to impress!

Snappermans Beach – Palm Beach

A beautiful spot to watch the sun go down when up north. A wonderful place to watch the sun disappear behind the rolling hills of Pittwater away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Leichhardt Park – Lilyfield

Watch the sunset while in the East of Sydney. The sun goes down over the cove looking towards Drummoyne.

Observatory Hill Park – Millers Point

Watch the sun melt over the CBD, bridge and harbour. A great place to take in the majestic colours of the sunset.

Queens Avenue – Vaucluse

Looking for a great spot to end the day? This spot is West facing and has stunning 280-degree views of the city and Harbour Bridge. Those feeling more energetic can head down to the Hermitage Foreshore Walk.