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The Hawkesbury River region on the Central Coast
The Hawkesbury River, rising in the Great Dividing Range north of Lake George, New South Wales, Australia, and flowing over 450 km north and east to the Tasman Sea at Broken Bay, is surrounded by National Parks & dotted with secluded river communities.
Meandering from Brooklyn through Wiseman’s Ferry and the townships of Richmond and Windsor, where some of the earliest colonial settlements were born, the River is just 40 minutes drive from Sydney or an hour from Newcastle and Lake Macquarie,
Navigable for over 100 kilometers and with 1100 kilometers of foreshore fringe, the River forms a peaceful boundary for the Sydney and Central Coast regions. You could cruise and explore these waters for weeks and still not see it all.
Wake up to the call of Kookaburras, Whip Birds, Sea Eagles and the lapping of the tides.
Visit the many small villages, go bush walking, kayaking or fishing and discover the best of nature or, for the more adventurous, try abseiling or canyoning.