Just a 50-minute drive from the centre of town (off-peak), Pittwater is one of the Sydney’s most stunning bodies of water – all eucalypt-choked hills spilling down into calm, yacht-dotted water that stretches all the way up the northern peninsula. The best way to take it in is to hire a kayak and explore the bays and little beaches on the fringe of the waterway that hugs the Ku-ring-gai National Park. Make sure you stop for a spell on the beach at Scotland Island, Sydney’s only residential island, which sits in Pittwater just a little ways off Church Point. It’s tranquil, friendly, and you may just wind up looking at real estate brochures on your way out.
|Venue name:||Paddlecraft Kayaks|
3B/1714 Pittwater Rd