Some families have been returning to Currawong for over 30 years. It could be the pristine beaches or spectacular nature trails. Perhaps fishing, kayaking or hitting balls around the golf course keeps people coming back.
Here we’ll tell you how to get here, what to bring and how to make the most of your stay.
Currawong offers you a uniquely secluded experience because it can only be accessed by water. You can take a 25 minute ferry ride from Palm Beach Wharf on Barrenjoey Road, or book the barge or Water Taxi. If you are arriving by boat please book in advance one of the two slip ropes (for smaller boats) or the deep water mooring.
Check-in is 3pm and Check-out is 11am. Late check-out can be requested when you make your booking.
What to Bring
Currawong is self-catered and has no shops. Bring your own supplies, linen and towels, or hire our linen.
Pack your sports equipment too as we’ve only a limited choice to loan. Bring a good torch as it gets very dark at night.
There’s mobile phone coverage but no television or radio.
Things you Should Know
Please be mindful of other guests and keep noise to a minimum, especially after 10.30pm noise curfew. No loud music at any time.
Accommodation must be left clean and tidy on departure. If no attempt is made to tidy after your stay, a cleaning fee may be applicable.
As Currawong is located in a bushland setting, there can be ticks about so it is wise to bring insect repellant and be aware of the recommended tick removal methods.
No pets allowed.
Things to do in Currawong
Swim, snorkel or fish in the beautiful sheltered beach on your doorstep. Keep active on our five hole golf course, tennis and volleyball courts. Or paddle around tranquil Pittwater in one of our kayaks. Explore Ku-ring-gai Chase, Mackerel Beach, The Basin and Coasters Retreat.
Barrenjoey Boat Hire offers self-drive rentals for a day’s fishing, cruising or more flexible transport.
From fish and chips to fine dining, you’ll be spoiled for choices around Palm Beach wharf.