Secret Sydney: Berowra Waters
Dubbed the place of many winds by its original Aboriginal settlement, Berowra and Berowra Waters is a region in Sydney’s north, rich in natural beauty and indigenous history, and surrounded by flourishing bushland, stunning waterways and interesting walking trails.
Where Is Berowra?
Bordered by Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, one of the country’s oldest national parks, and encompassing Berowra Creek, which extends out to the beautiful Hawkesbury River, and Berowra Valley National Park, one of Sydney’s largest natural bushland areas, there is plenty for families to explore on a day out in Berowra Waters.
Berowra Creek is a popular spot for boating and fishing and is one of the Hawkesbury’s major tributaries, entering the river at historic Bar Island. This fascinating site is accessible by private boat or water taxi and has a Heritage Trail that includes a cottage, church and cemetery, as well as native flora and fauna. Berowra Creek also runs through the scenic Galston Gorge, that also boasts walking tracks, waterfalls and local wildlife. The Berowra Waters Ferry is a toll-free car ferry that crosses the creek.
Boat Hire In Berowra Waters
Looking for boat hire in Berowra? Why not make your day trip to Berowra an off-road adventure and hire a boat for the day - the kids will love it! Boat hire is available at Berowra Waters Marina. The extensive collection of boats to hire at Berowra Waters Marina will suit all adventures, from 12-person luxury boats to family tinnies and kayaks.
Berowra Valley National Park
Berowra Valley National Park has plenty of spots to picnic or BBQ, and walking paths along the creek to explore. Take a bushland adventure over part of the iconic Great North Walk or, for an easier option, follow the boardwalk along the Place of Winds interpretive trail to discover some of the regions Aboriginal history and witness sweeping views over the valley.
Dusthole Bay Playground
Looking for something for the kids to do in Berowra? The Dusthole Bay Playground is located at Berowra Waters Marina and is a fully fenced playground. There's plenty of play equipment to keep the kids entertained plus BBQs, toilets and a cafe nearby at the marina.
Berowra Waters Inn
If you want to splurge, the famous Berowra Waters Inn is considered one of Australia’s best restaurants, and its absolute waterfront location means it can only be accessed by private ferry.
Berowra is at the gateway to the central and far north coast of NSW and makes a great stopover on your way out of the city, or a fun day trip to discover a part of Sydney you've never seen.
Where: Berowra is about 35 kilometres north of the CBD just off the F3 Freeway.
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