The mighty Hawkesbury River runs 120km from Yarramundi to the sea.  The Aboriginal name for the Hawkesbury River is Deerubbin, which is believed to mean 'wide, deep water'.

Whether fishing is your interest or more adrenaline packed sports like wakeboarding and water skiing the Hawkesbury will be sure to please.  Experience all the seasons of the river independently or part of a guided tour.

Inland Waterways  - know the risks

Local rivers and other waterways can be dangerous places to swim, even for experienced swimmers and unfortunately, drownings have occurred in local waterways over the years.

The water can be icy cold, there are submerged trees and rocks and deceptively strong currents. Sometimes people may overestimate their swimming ability, or may have consumed alcohol before swimming, or may be unfamiliar with local conditions or recent changes to the river.

Click here for further information on river safety.