The Best Boating Locations Around Australia

Are you fascinated by the sights of an offshore island, a coastal lake or river? New South Wales has an abundance of waterways where you can float a boat as you soak in the amazing scenery. Below is a list of the Best Boating Locations Around Australia.

Sydney/ Hawkesbury

Sydney harbour
The Sydney harbour is at the heart of a network of busy waterways that ferry both passengers and freight.

When it comes to coastal beaches and harbours it doesn’t get better than the Sydney harbour. The nearby broken bay-Hawkesbury system is also famous for a reason. Explore the deep valleys carved by ancient flowing rivers. Some waterways have barely changed over the years. The Sydney harbour is at the heart of a network of busy waterways that ferry both passengers and freight. As a result, the area is teeming with plush waterside eateries and harbourside cafes where visitors can grab a bite and enjoy coffee.

Syndey harbour also plays host to numerous sailing events, some of which happen on a weekly basis. An example is the renowned Sydney to Hobart yacht race. It is no wonder you’ll find many boat ramps and yacht blubs camped near the shore.

Sydney also boasts one of the best fishing ground in the country. Commercial fishing has been prohibited for the past few years leading to a healthy concentration of yellowtail kingfish, bream, mulloway, whiting, flathead, tailor and many other temperate species. Humpback whales, tuna and mackerel also frequent the broken bay during their migrations.

Lake Glenbawn

Lake Glenbawn
The lake is home to many anglers, sailors, wakeboarders and skiers.

Located in the upper hunter valley, this lake is a haven for many boat riders. The lake is home to many anglers, sailors, wakeboarders and skiers.

There’s plenty of boat racks around the area. tranquil inlets fill the area where visitors can enjoy their barbecue. Picnic facilities such as camping and caravan touring are also available.

Polish your fishing skills by angling Australian bass, golden perch, Murray and catfish. It is estimated that an excess of 120,000 people visit Lake Glenbawn each year.