Dunbogan Boatshed

Natural Attractions

Dunbogan Boatshed is nestled on the banks of the Camden Haven River. Built in the 1940s, it still carries the charm of an old boatshed, with some new touches – coffee and treats, bait and tackle, fish feeding, kayak, stand-up paddle board, tinny and barbecue boat hire, and marina.

Locals and tourists can enjoy a quality coffee on the deck, while they soak up the view of the yachts on the water, with the breathtaking back drop of North Brother Mountain. You may even catch sight of a dolphin feeding amongst the nearby reeds, while you feed the fish from the deck. Remember to bring your camera.

The best way to experience the water is by kayak or boat, both for the keen fishermen and those who just want to explore. They have a large range of fishing tackle and frozen bait.


Cafe Canoeing/Kayaking Disabled access available Fishing Food & Wine International

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