With unspoiled beaches, scenic nature trails, kayaking, fishing and other sporting activities, you can do as little or much as you like at Currawong. Children can explore safely while parents relax, away from the frantic pace of urban life. Some of the wonderful things you can do:
- Fire pit, roasting marshmallows, chatting around the fire
- Fishing, by your boat or from land
- Swimming, in a natural setting surrounded by nature in clear waters
- Snorkelling, beautiful fish and sea creatures to discover
- Beach, relaxing and reading a book or soaking up the sun
- Six-hole golf course
- Tennis court
- Volleyball court
- Table tennis
- Stargazing, lack of light pollution
- Walking tracks and hikes
- Wildlife spotting, brush turkeys, birds, wallabies, fish, etc
- Boardgames and drinks at night around the traditional fireplace
- Watch the sunrise over beautiful Pittwater and Palm Beach
- Meals with the family or a romantic dinner for two
- A picnic by the water surrounded by nature
Currawong is the perfect destination for a day trip to the beach for a BBQ and swim. Day visitors are invited to picnic at the north end of the beach.
Please note: Motorised watercraft are not permitted on the beach.
There is a public gas BBQ, shade, grass and sandy areas where you can set-up. Please note there are currently no public toilets available on the site.
Only guests staying in our cabins may use the tennis court and golf course.
To protect our vulnerable native animals, pets are not allowed at Currawong State Park.
Visiting Currawong State Park is a wonderful opportunity to view some of our native animals up close in their natural habitat. We know that children are very inquisitive and can be eager to get that little bit closer to these animals. Native animals are best viewed from afar.
Please do not feed the animals or leave food for them to forage. Human food can make them sick and if they are expected to be fed by day guests, they can become aggressive.