Bobbin Head is an expansive area that is home to many attractions in the region, making it one of the top destinations near the iconic Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. In fact, it is the most urban part of the park.
Its close proximity to the park means there are lots of activities to enjoy on arrival.
Bobbin Head Park, Fishing, Accommodation, Walks, Cafe, Playground & Map
Perhaps the best place to start is at the Bobbin Head Information Centre. Here, visitors get lots of information on picknicking, walking, outdoor activities, as well as Aboriginal culture. The staff will guide you on touring the region, and you may also get free brochures to discover more of the region on your own.
One of Bobbin Head’s most amazing features is its idyllic waterfront picnic spots. These are an excellent way to spend time with friends and family while enjoying the area’s rich and diverse birdlife. A stroll on the mangrove boardwalk takes you behind the picnic area from where you can spot many of these feathered friends.
There is a children’s playground not too far off from where the kids can expend lots of energy as you unwind over a cup of coffee or catch up with a good book. Bobbin Head Inn Cafe is a chilled spot to enjoy a delicious meal or freshly made pastries. If you would love to go all out on a culinary journey, visit Galley Foods Restaurant and Kiosk for Mediterranean treats.
A trip to Bobbin Head is incomplete without visiting the Empire Marina. If you have a fishing licence, why not hire a boat for a memorable fishing trip, or better yet, go paddling into the blue waters for a relaxed afternoon activity. You may also plan a day to visit the Ku-ring-gai National Park and immerse yourself in one of the most exciting outdoor adventures in the region.
Bobbin Head is located 45 minutes from Sydney.