The mouth of the Hawkesbury River is in Broken Bay west of Barrenjoey Head just to the north of Sydney. It is a beautiful waterway with many moored yachts and dotted with holiday hamlets set amidst natural bushland.
Surrounded by the peaceful bushland of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park with its signature sandstone cliffs, the park's foreshore is a fractured maze of creeks, coves, islands and beaches, clad in thick bush and spiked with rocky outcrops of sandstone. Visit Hallett's Beach or Cottage Point, one of the most beautiful waterfront dining locations in the Sydney area. Flint and Steel beach are good spots for a short bushwalk on to the Garigal Aboriginal Heritage Walk on West Head.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.