Links to Broken Bay and Pittwater Internet Sites

The Kuring Gai Chase National Park forms the center of the Broken Bay cruising grounds.

The Hawkesbury River Is one of the largest Australian rivers and offers miles of beautiful exploration.

The Cottage Point Kiosk , located in the midst of the Cowan Waters cruising grounds is quaint, beautiful, and has everything from bait to fuel to groceries to truly exceptional meals.

Palm Beach Seaplanes offers scenic flights and rapid pick up and delivery anywhere in the Pittwater, Broken Bay or Sydeny area.

NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service

Bureau of Meteorology will keep you informed of the weather and even provides long range climate predictions to plan your cruise.

Sky Cam - Stunning aerial photos of Pittwater and Broken Bay that you can view and buy online.

Sydney Lakeside - Check out the facilities at Sidney Lakeside, a great place to stay during your visit to Pittwater and the Northern Beaches.

Berowra Waters Inn - A legendary restaurant on Berowra Waters, accessible by road or by sea plane.

Cruising Sydney Waters

Sydney Scenic Cruises

Ripples on the Hawkesbury Houseboat Holidays Charter a houseboat and cruise 120 km of the Hawkesbury River or the beautiful Cowan Waters.

Boating Oz give you recent fishing reports, articles and photos in the Hawkesbury, Broken Bay and Cowan waters. Fishraider has a special section on squid and there are lots of squid to be caught in Cowan waters.

Fishing Monthly also has good reports on what's being caught in the Hawkesbury, Pittwater, Broken Bay and Cowan waters. Their site has a wealth of information on every aspect of fishing in New South Wales.

Australian Charts This is the official site of the Australian Hydrographic Service and they have a really good graphic display showing all the Australian charts available as well as notices to mariners and other key information.

Scotland Island Lodge - A delightful secluded hide-a-way for up to 6 people.

South Pacific sailing sites - Links on sailing and cruising in the South Pacific

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