Marramarra Creek Overnight Tour

Marramarra Creek is a little known tributary off Berowra Creek.  It winds it's way up into Marramarra National Park to a beautiful campsite, surrounded by towering cliffs.

This area hasn't changed since the first settlers arrived in the Hawkesbury area, and you will experience what it was like for those early settlers.  En-route, we will pass plenty of historic sites including the wreck of the HMAS Parramatta (Australia's first warship), Bar Island cemetery, as well as the magnificent Hawkesbury River escarpments.  Expect to see sea eagles and many other species of sea bird......you might even catch a glimpse of a wallaby or two at the campsite if you are lucky. 

This is a trip you will talk about for a long time after.........HIGHLY RECOMMENDED TOUR


Suitable for All levels
Distance 12km each way
Meet at Deerubbin Reserve (just off the Hawkesbury Rv Bridge)
Google Map link Click here
Cost $280 per person
Inclusions Kayak and camping gear, food, camp fees, guide
Does not include Sleeping bag and mat, alcohol, snacks
Minimum Numbers 2
NSW Maritime Licence HD383

Here's a short video of our Marramarra Creek trip