Narrabeen Lakes/Lagoon

Narrabeen Lagoon is a huge body of flat water, and offers lots of water sports, including standup paddle boarding, windsurfing, kite boarding and kayaking. The waters are calm under most conditions, and the water is mostly surrounded by parklands.

The lagoon is mostly enclosed, but a few times each year they let the waters drain into North Narrabeen beach. There are lots of things to explore whilst kayaking, including small islands and areas of bushland that border the lagoon.

How to get there:

Due to its size, there a few points that can be used to access the lagoon, especially if you’ve got your own transport.

Car: Access points for kayak include Robertson Street off Pittwater Road, Billarong Reserve, Jamieson Park, and Middle Creek Reserve.

Bus: If you’re coming by bus, take one of the buses, like the limited stop L88 from Wynyard to the Northern Beaches and get off near Waterloo Street and walk down to the end of Narrabeen Street. Pro Kayaks is located there and you can hire a kayak from them.

Kayak Hire:

Pro Kayaks, The Boatshed, 11 Narrabeen Street, Narrabeen P 9970 7081 W http://www.prokayaks.com.au/

About David Rutter

Dave grew up on a small acreage on the outskirts of Sydney, within a stone's throw of the bush. Having spent a large part of his childhood exploring the bush behind the family home, much of his adult life has been spent exploring the world - he has lived in Sweden, traveled much of Europe, travelled in the Pacific and South America, and more recently in Asia. The Australian bush is however, the place where he feels he truly belongs.
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