Australia is surrounded by beautiful coastlines and a myriad of lakes and inland waterways to explore. So, take the time to get off the highway and get out onto the water to try boating! Boating is an activity which can be taken up regardless of experience, age or gender and is a great way to relax, rejuvenate, blow those cobwebs away, challenge and immerse yourself in the wonder of the natural environment .
Settled by Captain Arthur Phillip in 1778, Sydney Harbour is the largest naturally deep harbour in the world, covering over 185 nautical miles of foreshore with over 150 bays and inlets.
Broken Bay and Pittwater
Close to Sydney, yet so far away! Broken Bay and Pittwater have some of the most beautiful beaches, headlands and estuaries in the Sydney region.
Manly and Middle Harbour – NSW
Formed during the ice age, this unique geological region features deep ravens and gorges with parkland which flow to the water’s edge. The water is deep, reaching up to 33 metres at Seaforth Bluff ,where it is deeper than the entrance to Sydney Harbour.