Cottage Point Kiosk and Boat Hire, built around 1918, is situated at picturesque Cottage Point at the entrance to Coal and Candle Creek in the Kuring-gai National Park. Only 40 minutes from the Sydney CBD and should not be missed by visitors to Sydney.
Located at the junction of Cowan Creek and Coal & Candle Creek, part of the Hawkesbury / Broken Bay river system. A dream destination for kayakers and an ideal place for breakfast or lunch, or a great launching point to discover the abundant flora and fauna and Aboriginal rock art.
Kuring-gai National Park. Enter via Terrey Hills off Mona Vale Rd. Drive right to the end of the road at Cottage Point and you'll find the kiosk. 02 94563024
No need to pay national park entry fee when entering via Terrey Hills.
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Deluxe Tinnie. Seats 6. Half cabin hard cover. 6hp outboard motor. Lifejackets and fuel supplied. No licence required.Hire Rates
Single Sit On Kayak - very stable and great for beginners. You do get a little wet though.Hire Rates
Double Sit On Kayak. Max weight 200kg. Very stable and easy to paddle. Life jackets included. Will get a little bit wet though.Hire Rates