Bobbin Head is a point on Cowan Creek in the north of the suburb of North Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia. It is a "near-urban" part of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Bobbin Head is easily reached by taking Bobbin Head Road through North Turramurra or Kuringai Chase Road, Mount Colah near Hornsby.Facilities at Bobbin Head include a marina, picnic areas with gas barbecues, a licensed restaurant and kiosk at the marina, small boat hire at the marina, and a lunch-time restaurant in what used to be the Bobbin Head Inn, which also contains a National Parks information centre.
The area also contains many fire trails and a mangrove boardwalk.
Aboriginal engravings can be observed along some of the bush walk trails. There is also a discovery trail along the waterfront inside the marina that chronicles the history of the area.
Here are some of the photos from the trail walk.