Quality Hotel Sands
Cnr Pittwater Road & Robertson
Narrabeen, NS 2101
Phone: (61) 2 99708578
Fax: (61) 2 99708577
Cnr Pittwater Road & Robertson 1260 Pittwater Road, Narrabeen, NS, AU, 2101
- Phone: (61) 2 99708578
- Fax: (61) 2 99708577
Red Carpet Custom Tours conducts a diverse range of tours for the discerning traveler. For the wine connoisseur, there is a wine tasting tour in which you can experience the glory of the vast wine growing region of Australia. The nature lover can opt for the Dolphins and Dunes tour which includes dolphin watching and a visit to famous coastal beaches. Overnight stays are also possible on some of the tours. Another reason to opt for Red Carpet, is the traditional Australian cuisine that is provided for lunch.
Pittwater RSL Club is that quintessential family club where you can come for a lazy Sunday brunch, a relaxed dinner with friends, hit the gym or simply for a game of poker. The sprawling club has many dining options as well as myriad sporting facilities. The club is also bustling with many concerts and entertainment programs. You can also host here parties, dinners, meetings and other private functions.
Anglers will love Craig McGill's fishing tours, mostly because, as the only qualified fishing guide on the harbor, if anyone knows where the fish are, Craig does. A day's fishing starts at daybreak and lasts for approximately seven hours. Fishabout operates two boats, choose from the harbor or the waters of the Hawkesbury River. Tours include bait and tackle, refreshments and, of course, advice from the experts.
Terrey Hills Swim School is a privately owned swimming school. Apart from the pool, it also houses a gymnasium and playground. Call or visit their website to know more.
Forest Coach Line is a private bus service which stops at some Sydney Bus stops and other stops not on the Sydney bus service route. Running from Pymble through to St Ives, through Chatswood, Narrabeen and Turramurra, this is one of the best transportation available.
A highly professional organization, with a laid-back attitude, this sailing school is located at Pittwater. Nothing seems to be too much trouble. The Beginners Course, for example, is light on the pocket and continues until the client is ready to move on to Course Two. Upon completion, it is possible to join the school's club and participate in an exciting variety of harbor and ocean races. All instructors are Australian Yachting Federation accredited.
This little boat and kayak operation right on Manly Wharf is very busy on sunny days, with locals and visitors alike piling into hire boats or wobbling off in bright yellow sea kayaks. The super friendly staff will describe the local area, point out the beaches on a map, and provide all the knowledge needed to have a great day out on the water. Good value along with quality boats, kayaks, paddles and safety equipment make this one of the best ways to explore the local area. Paddle past the fishing and sail boats bobbing in Manly Cove and pull up on Quarantine Beach for a quick coffee or ice cream. For a longer trip, pack a simple lunch, along with plenty of water and head to any of the golden, secluded beaches for a picnic to remember.
Nestled in the forest region, yet not too far away from the city, the Forestville RSL makes for a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of town and provides a rejuvenating atmosphere to spend your leisurely hours. The club provides a host of entertainment such as poker and trivia, meat raffles and bingo, bridge and snooker, and golf and boating throughout the week, as well as a fine spread of gourmet dishes for you to choose from.
A fine education institution which offers a wide range of courses such as Hospitality Management and Event Management, International Tourism and Retail Management, and many others, the International College of Management in Sydney aims at teaching you the necessary skills required to succeed in the competitive professional world. One can also hire certain premises of the university for various private events and celebrations, conferences and meetings.
If you really want to travel in style round the harbor, Water Taxis is the way to do it. Only if you can afford the expense! Cost usually depends on the time of day and the number of passengers.You can hail a water taxi at Circular Quay or if you want to get on at one of the outlying ferry terminals, you need to call and pre-book.
Located on Sydney's most northern extremity, Palm Beach is home to countless millionaires, film stars and artists. Check out the mansions before taking up your position on the sand. The fifty-meter ocean pool also provides an unsurpassed experience, while backpackers come in droves to view the location for the popular television series, Home and Away. Two beach inspectors patrol the beach from the September school holidays until the Anzac Day weekend. Volunteer lifesavers are also on duty at weekends and public holidays. There is limited car parking.
With a lot of time to spare during holidays, kids and teenagers can spend some quality time at this fantastic recreation center on the Albert Avenue in Chatswood. The Willoughby City Council-owned center has facilities for games like pool, table tennis, foosball as well as PS3, Wii and X-Box360 gaming facilities to keep them occupied. If the kids are fond of outdoor games, then they can get on the rooftop and throw some balls at the basket or play soccer with their friends. And that's not where the fun ends, as the center also has a music room where the young talented performers can develop their skills by using the awesome instruments like drums, guitars, keyboards and amps.