What To Do In Pittwater

Church Point, Pittwater NSW

Church Point, Pittwater

Only 45 – 60 minutes from the Sydney CBD

Come out to Church Point and catch the ferry around Scotland Island and the Western Foreshore bays of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Here are a few Pittwater highlights:

Visit Church Point

Stop at the Waterfront Café at Church Point for a bite to eat on the water. Located at the ferry wharf (see Google maps).

Bush walk in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

Arrive on the Western Foreshore of the National Park via ferry. Take one of the many bush walks.

For example:

  • Elvina Bay Fire Trail: Alight at Elvina Bay North or South Wharf. See Aboriginal carvings at the top – don’t miss the shark. See more on this walk.
  • Morning Bay Trail: Alight at Halls Wharf. Walk up over Morning Bay for magnificent water views (formerly Towlers Bay). See more on this walk.

Picnic and stroll on Scotland Island

Get off at Tennis Wharf for a picnic in Catherine Park (located at the wharf). Bring your swimmers and cool off when the tide’s in. Look across to Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Relax and enjoy. Tennis Wharf and the surrounding roadway are wheelchair and pram accessible. Picnic tables, a playground and a BBQ are available in the park.

How to get to Pittwater and the ferries

Find Church Point Ferries on Google maps. Pick up a map of the National Park and area on the ferry.