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Bobbin Head Point

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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.

Mangrove Trail Walk
Mangrove Trail Walk
Mangrove
Mangrove