The Basin is one of the most popular camping spots in Sydney. As part of our North Shore & Northern Beaches Private Tour we take a ferry journey out from Palm beach to visit some of these beautiful little beaches and camping grounds.
This really is a beautiful public reserve that has the lot. Views, picnic spots,walking tracks, fishing, a swimming pool, a kids playground, gardens and a ferry stop (Cremorne Point).
For me the best part of Cremorne Point is the walking track on the Eastern side (the side looking back towards the heads not the city view side (although it is also fantastic).
This is a fantastic ferry ride out on the Pittwater from Palm Beach and calling in a various locations (Bennetts, Basin, Currawong and Mackerel) in the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. A round trip takes only 45 minutes – but your welcome to stop off anywhere along the way and catch the next ferry.
This ferry ride is part of our North Shore and Northern beaches Tour.
Catching the Manly ferry has been “ a thing” in Sydney for as long as there has been ferries. Whilst a great trip and you should do it, I encourage any visitor to Sydney to catch any of the public ferry trips from Circular Quay to any destination and back. They are fair value and you will explore a new part of Sydney that may not be in the guide books.
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