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The village hosted the ship Lucinda, on which the constitution of Australia was drafted in 1891.For travelers who use our world travel planner, Brooklyn holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Hawkesbury River Kayaks and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
It also welcomed the Duke and Duchess of York in 1901, when the royal yacht anchored off Juno Point.
Brooklyn was then a well-known spot, acknowledged when a view looking over the old Sanatorium Hotel was used on the first £5 note issued by the Commonwealth Government, in 1913.
Brooklyn is approximately 38.91km or (24.18miles) from inner Sydney City
Brooklyn has a total population of 721 people.
Bar Point has a total population of 135 people.
Dangar Island has a total population of 249 people.
Milsons Passage has a total population of 48 people
Mooney Mooney has a total population of 485 people.
Little Wobby has a total population of 66 people.
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This page was made by Matt Barros March 1st 2010.
Hawkesbury River Kayaks Reviews
I was craving some wholesomeness and rented a kayak at this place, which turned out to be a great idea. The owner picked me up at the train station in the morning and drove me up to the harbour in Par... more »
Location was excellent!! Such a beautiful area on the Hawksbury river. Bob was very friendly and can accommodate all sorts of kayaking adventures. I went on my own and was offered local maps and ideas... more »
Great weekend hiring kayaks from Hawkesbury River Kayaks! Such a beautiful location! We hired over 2 days camping at Twin Beaches. Bob was exceptional! Incredibly friendly, full of great suggestions, very prompt at getting back to us, and dropped off/picked up the Kayaks from Berowra Waters where we started the trip! Kayaks were in great condition, and the location was lovely. Can not recommend Hawkesbury River Kayaks enough!
We took two sea kayaks for an overnight trip in early July. Outstanding friendly personal service, good quality gear (all in good nick), map and info. Minimal fuss and heaps of fun. Very good value. Perfect way to explore in natural surroundings. Highly recommend. July was cold. We had sleeping bags rated to zero degrees (plus tent and air mattresses) and were still a bit cold. (An extra blanket over both sleeping bags probably would have done it.) Heads up! Also consider packing gloves to avoid blisters if you're infrequent paddlers like us. :)
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