Very few cities in the world can boast an institution as unique as the Manly ferry, departing from the heart of Sydney on a 30 minute ride upon the most beautiful harbour in the world
Sailing ast historic sites, a naval dockyard and hundreds of beautiful homesbefore berthing at Manly, one of Sydney's most famous seaside suburbs and north are another 33 surf beaches with ribbons of golden sand separated by picturesque, rocky headlands which extend all the way north to the tip of Barrenjoey Peninsula and Broken Bay. At the very north end is the Pittwater - a wide inlet to the south of Broken Bay and the entrance of the Hawkesbury River into it. Located some 30 kms north of Sydney, it is a boatowner s paradise. The suburbs built on its shores are all fashionable residential areas which benefit from expansive views towards Kur-ing-Gai Chase National Park on its eastern shore and the inlet s calm waters. It was named by Gov. Phillip in February 1788 in honour of William Pitt the Younger, then Prime Minister of England. Phillip s description of Pittwater as the finest piece of water I ever saw ... it could contain the Navy of Great Britain indicates he may have chosen it as the site for the colony of NSW ahead of Sydney Cove had he discovered it first.
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MAGLIA NERA TOURS PTY LTD
PO Box 207,
Freshwater NSW 2096
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