d’Albora Marinas at Akuna Bay

Landmarks and Buildings

A current New South Wales recreational fishing licence is required when fishing in all waters.

Just 40 minutes from Sydney, popular d’Albora Marinas is nestled in the heart of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park on the Cowan/Hawkesbury River system. This makes it a perfect base for delving into the natural beauty of the area around Coal and Candle Creek.

You can hire a boat here, berth your own, or cast off in a kayak for something a bit more adventurous. d’Albora Marinas offers 24-hour fuel, and dockmaster assistance.

Akuna Bay also features great facilities for a pre-departure picnic, with a public barbecue and ample tables for everyone. Furthermore, the family-owned Driftwood Café offers seasonal meals for breakfast and lunch, terrific coffee, and platters or hampers to take away and eat at your leisure – perhaps on a private beach surrounded by eucalypts.


Cafe Kiosk Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Sailing

Nearby Things to Do

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Street view of lower and upper levels of building.

Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios

Lane Cove

A footbridge on the Mount Ku-ring-gai track to Berowra. Photo:Andy Richards/NSW Government

Mount Ku-ring-gai Track to Berowra Station

Mount Kuring-Gai, Hornsby

People walking on Place of Winds walk in Berowra Valley National Park. Photo: John Yurasek

Place of Winds Interpretive Trail

Hornsby Heights, Hornsby

Manly dam

Joe’s Mountain Bike Tours

Collaroy Plateau, Northern Beaches

Person on the Flannel Flower walking track. Photo: Sarah Brookes

Flannel Flower Walking Track

Wagstaffe, Central Coast

Art gallery

Joel Coleman Gallery

Manly, Northern Beaches