Catch the Church Point Ferry and see beautiful Scotland Island and the magnificent Western Foreshore. The ferries depart from Church Point hourly on the half hour to take commuters and tourists around this picturesque area.
The service has four stops on Scotland Island which feels like your own piece of paradise, and stops at Morning Bay to access homes, bushwalking and the YHA, then Lovett Bay, made famous by Susan Duncans’ book Salvation Creek, and lastly Elvina Bay. The ferry provides access to Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park for bushwalkers, or bring a picnic and relax by the water at any of the beautiful picnic spots. The ferry service also operates a school run to Newport School for primary aged school children, and has a newspaper run in the morning and a mail run in the afternoon.
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From $9 to $15
The ferries depart from Church Point hourly on the half hour to take commuters and tourists to Scotland Island and the Western Foreshore. It has four stops on Scotland Island which feels like your own piece of paradise, and also goes to Morning Bay (previously Towlers Bay), Lovett Bay, made famous by Susan Duncans’ books Salvation Creek and The House.
You can bush walk in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, arriving in the National Park via ferry. Stop along Pittwater’s Western Foreshore at either Elvina Bay: see Aboriginal carvings at the top – don’t miss the shark, or go and walk up over Morning Bay for magnificent water views (formerly Towlers Bay).
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