Lake Macquarie

4.6 from 16 Reviews


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Visitors to Lake Macquarie

ingrid bailey
Reviewed Mar 2015
if visiting Lake Macquarie, every second and fourth Saturday of the month , they have great markets at speers point park, great for all your fresh fruit and veg, anchor right out the front of park on the northern end of lake.
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You can always hide away somewhere

Wally Trevathen
Reviewed Mar 2017
I spend a lot of my time in Lake Macquarie at the moment. There is just so many places you can stop for a BBQ or overnight, getting out of the wind is no problem you can always hide away somewhere then you can venture to the southern end of the lake which has less traffic and can be just so peaceful there is also plenty of fish.
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Stunning Lake Macquarie.

Reviewed Jun 2017
Protected water sailing. 6 times the size of Sydney Harbour and lots of space. Have started "Social Sailing" within the Royal Motor Yacht Club Toronto.

A very friendly club with active racing sailing, motor cruising and fishing divisions.

RMYC Toronto has a wonderful history with Mr Arnott of Arnotts bikkies fame.
Stunningly beautiful and lots of space. Easy to sail solo.
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Toronto West

Ashleigh Douglas
Reviewed Aug 2016
Our boat was originally moored in Nords Wharf when we bought it but we since moved it to our side of the lake in Toronto West. We haven't had any issues in the 6 months its been there. Its protected fairly well from any weather coming from the west, plenty of fishing opportunities and their is a boat ramp with a toilet block, fish cleaning facilities and a kids playground. The only issue we've had in 6 months was this past weekend when there were markets on in Lion Park and we couldn't get anywhere to park in order to get out to our boat. We had to drive further round the point. We will be mooring our new boat in the same location.
Good protection from the elements
Shallow water - our boat is moored in roughly 1.8 metres
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Green Point and Styles Point

Mike McKiernan
Reviewed Aug 2016
Green Point (just north of Belmont) has 1 pink public mooring, and is good anchorage in a NE or an E breeze.

Styles Point is SE of Toronto, which has 2 public moorings and pump out facility. This is a good anchorage in all winds. Rathmines is the closest town here and has a small shopping centre with butcher, post office, doctors surgery and restaurants.

The southern end of the bay also has some good options in easterly winds, particularly Murrays Beach. The Lake House Cafe here just up the hill is a must.
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