This website is owned by the Berowra Waters Progress Association Inc., for the benefit of the local residents, businesses and visitors.
The Association is comprised of local river residents who meet at various times during the year.
And our aim is to seek improved facilities and infrastructure for the benefit of the local residents and visitors.
We have a keen interest in improving water quality and making the area safe for everyone through education and knowledge.
The environment is important to us. There are several bins around the park and close to the tables and benches.
With several walking tracks on offer, select the one that lets you escape from stress, or simply experience the wonderful surroundings.
Launch your kayak, canoes or trailer boats off from Dusthole Bay, right next to the Marina.
Plenty of parking for your car and emtpy trailer.
There are electric BBQ’s next to the covered tables and benches.
Cook your catch from the river, or bring your own fresh food from home.
You will find a vast range of accommodation along the Berowra River, extending from Silverwater Estate to Coba Point.
Whether you’re traveling with family, friends or going it alone, you’re sure to find a place to relax.
Any waste will destroy the habitat of a lot of our river species.
If you see rubbish floating in the water, please scoop it out.
The God of the River will reward your fishing, if you do your bit.
Groups from 4 to 12 people.
Spectacular river scenery and secluded beaches.
Delicious Aussie barbecue, gourmet or luxury lunch on the boat including Australian wine and beer
When you leave the marina, you must travel no more than 4 knots until you will see the yellow fluro sign on the right hand side as you go past Calabash Bay.
After that, it is a No Wash Zone for some distance. Wash will cause damage to the foreshore, pontoons and small boats, and injury or annoyance to people and residents.
Most importantly, the wash from boats can destabilise the river bank and cause algal blooms.
4 beautiful places to dine. The river offers the scenery, and the chefs present their professional culinary for you to enjoy.
A Store conveniently based at the Marina so you may purchase your wine (or beer) for BYO lunch and dining.
Berowra’s most common fish species are bream, mulloway, and flathead, all excellent white flesh fish and worth up to $45 per kg in Sydney shops.
Kayaks, tinnies, picnic boats, bbq boats and some really fast boats!
The Berowra Waters area was originally inhabited by the Darug and Guringai Aboriginal peoples. The name Berowra is said to be an Aboriginal word meaning place of many winds. During the 1800s, Berowra Creek was used intermittently by loggers and fishermen who camped along its banks
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The Berowra Waters Progress Association was formed in the early 1930’s to draw local residents and business operators together as a community, seeking improved facilities and infrastructure for the benefit of locals and visitors.
The Association was incorporated in 1997 and continues to promote community events, environmental health and strong engagement with all levels of government, to achieve outcomes that are positive for Berowra Waters’ residents, property owners, business operators and visitors.
The Ladies Committee have organised a Christmas in July Event. The purpose as always is to raise money for the Children’s Santa Boat Event.