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Mosman Rowers Ltd

3 Centenary Drive
Mosman 2088, NSW


phone  (02) 9953 7966


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Mosman:

Population: 26,236(2006)
Postcode: 2088
Area: 8.7 km (3.4 sq mi)
Location: 8 km (5 mi) north-east of Sydney CBD
Local Government Area: Municipality of Mosman
State District: North Shore
Federal Division: Warringah
In and around Mosman:
Northbridge Seaforth Clontarf
Cremorne Mosman
Cremorne Point

Mosman is a wealthy suburb on the Lower North Shore of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Mosman is located 8 kilometres north-east of the Sydney central business district and is the administrative centre for the local government area of the Municipality of Mosman.

Discover Yachting more_vert
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Learn to sail in a day in Sydney. Experiece the magic of sailing on Sydney Harbour in comfort and style on board one of our race tuned yachts.

Learn to helm, trim the sails, and grind the winches. Or just relax as hard as you like enjoy the beauty of sailing on Sydney harbour.

Meet new friends and have fun on the water.

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Stop At: Sydney Harbour National Park, Bradleys Head Rd, Mosman, New South Wales 2088 Australia

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Duration: 7 hours

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Yacht Charter - Luxury Yacht Calypso more_vert
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Calypso is perfect for a day out sailing and relaxing on stunning Sydney Harbour. The high bulwarks and safety rails and the excellent sun protection make the boat especially good for families with children.

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At the heart of our luxury charter yacht experience is the flagship of the Flying Fish fleet “Sailing Vessel Calypso”, a beautifully appointed Moody 54 Deck Saloon.

Calypso offers a quality 'superyacht style' charter experience at a very reasonable price.

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• Sydney Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales Australia

  • $2000.00
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Dinghy sailing group lessons more_vert
$185.00 AUD Book
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Flying Fish Sail Academy is based in a spectacular setting at Middle Harbour Yacht Club.

The sailing environment is superb with reliable, warm sea breezes and lots great beaches to sail to.

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Our morning sailing classes are a great way to learn to sail or improve your skills in a fantastic location with our friendly, experienced instructors.

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Try Yachting more_vert
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Try Yachting is ideal for beginners.

But if you are already experienced you are still welcome to join us for some fresh sea air and sunshine. Or why not introduce a friend to sailing?

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Experience the magic of Sydney Harbour on board one of our race tuned yachts. This three hour lesson introduces you to the exciting sport of sailing in a safe and controlled way. It is a great way to meet new friends and have fun on the water.

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Guided Kayaking Eco Tour through Sydney's Middle Harbour (4 hours) more_vert
$125.00 AUD Book
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Enjoy a fully guided Middle Harbour eco kayaking tour while learning about the natural and social history of the area from your friendly and professional guide. Paddle through differing environments – from waterfront suburban areas to the remote bushland of the Garigal National Park.

Soak up the serenity while you enjoy a wholesome morning tea served at one of our favourite secluded spots.

The tour starts and finishes at Sydney Harbour Kayaks at the Spit Bridge, Mosman, only 8 km (20 mins) from Sydney's CBD.

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The Middle Harbour Eco tour provides you with the amazing opportunity to learn something about the natural and social history of the area from a friendly guide as you paddle through differing environments - from affluent urban to the remote natural bushland of the Garigal National Park.

As civilisation slips away the true beauty of our harbour and it's wildlife will open up before you.

Stop At:

• Garigal National Park, 12 km north of Sydney CBD, New South Wales Australia

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Self-Guided Sydney Middle Harbour Kayak Tour by Deluxe Double Kayak more_vert
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3 Hour Self-Guided Kayaking Tour:

Paddling a double sea kayak is a fun and unique way to explore Sydney's Middle Harbour. Choose your own adventure, paddle to some of Sydney's most pristine beaches, get a glimpse out the heads to the Pacific Ocean, or glide past the lush bushland of the Garigal National Park while looking for wildlife in their natural environment.

The Double kayaks that we provide are very easy to paddle, smooth through the water and stable.

The deluxe doubles are made of lightweight materials like Kevlar, or carbon fiber. Less weight means less resistance through the water, making them easier to paddle. They are all Australian made and well maintained.

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Explore the beautiful waters of Sydney's Middle Harbour in a deluxe sea kayak. Our high-end sea kayaks are very light, stable and smooth through the water. They can carry a lot of gear, if you wish to take picnic items.

Your self-guided three hour tour, can take you into some amazing parts of Middle Harbour, that can only be accessed by a kayak. See some old wrecks, a healthy mangrove system, find solitude on lovely beaches or just enjoy the natural beauty of paddling through the Garigal National Park.

Middle Harbour is truly a magical water-way, with a lot to explore.

We will provide you with a map and advice on whee it is best to paddle, depending on the conditions of the day.

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• Garigal National Park, 12 km north of Sydney CBD, New South Wales Australia

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Self-Guided Sydney Middle Harbour Kayak Tour by Deluxe Single Kayak more_vert
$60.00 AUD Book
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3 Hour Self-Guided Kayaking Tour:

Paddling a single sea kayak is a fun and unique way to explore Sydney's Middle Harbour. Choose your own adventure, paddle to some of Sydney's most pristine beaches, get a glimpse out the heads to the Pacific Ocean, or glide past the lush bushland of the Garigal National Park while looking for wildlife in their natural environment.

The Single kayaks that we provide are very easy to paddle, smooth through the water and moderately stable.

The deluxe single kayaks are made of lightweight materials like Kevlar, or carbon fiber. Less weight means less resistance through the water, making them easier to paddle. They are all Australian made and well maintained.

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Explore the beautiful waters of Sydney's Middle Harbour in a deluxe sea kayak. Our high-end sea kayaks are very light, stable and smooth through the water. They can carry a lot of gear, if you wish to take picnic items.

Your self-guided three hour tour, can take you into some amazing parts of Middle Harbour, that can only be accessed by a kayak. See some old wrecks, a healthy mangrove system, find solitude on lovely beaches or just enjoy the natural beauty of paddling through the Garigal National Park.

Middle Harbour is truly a magical water-way, with a lot to explore.

We will provide you with a map and advice on whee it is best to paddle, depending on the conditions of the day.

Note: Children between the age of 6 and 13 must paddle in a double kayak with one other adult -- please see our Deluxe Double Sea Kayak experience for more information and pricing.

Stop At:

• Sydney Harbour Kayaks, 81 Parriwi Rd Smiths Boat Shed / Spit Bridge, Mosman, New South Wales 2088 Australia

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Beautiful Middle Harbour Sunriser / Guided Kayaking Tour more_vert
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Our main paddling area is within Middle Harbour (a beautiful off-shoot of Sydney Harbour) and depending on the conditions of the day, we can explore many amazing places.

We start at 6am to paddle out to see the sunrise over Sydney's Heads.

During our two hours, we could explore out to Grotto Point Light-house, or over to Cobbler's Beach and even into Balmoral. If the day is just right, then we can take a hike up to Middle Head and watch the manly ferries cruise past.

We will stop somewhere lovely for a hot coffee and some fresh fruit.

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Stop At: Sydney Harbour National Park, Bradleys Head Rd, Mosman, New South Wales 2088 Australia

See the sun rise over the Sydney Harbour Heads and then take a hike up to the look out on Middle Head

Duration: 30 minutes

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Sydney Chocolate School Chocolate Making more_vert
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Learn the art of hand tempering chocolate on marble. Make a range of chocolate treats to take home and receive a certificate at the end of your class.
Chocolates include making your own chocolate bar, raspberry hearts, lollipops with artwork and giant freckles!
Suitable for adults and children 12 and over
(Family groups, friend groups or groups of children if younger than 12 of 6 or more can be booked for a private class)
Full Sydney harbour views
Come and join the class as Adele did while on tour in Sydney!
As featured on Getaway, Sydney Weekender and Disney!

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You will hand temper milk chocolate on marble. You will make a range of chocolates including bars, raspberry hearts, lollipops with artwork and freckles! All the chocolates made go home with the class participants! you will receive a certificate.
All classes 2.00 - 3.30pm.
Bring your own apron; long hair back and non-slip shoes please.
Private classes can be other dates and times
Minimum 6 participants in each group

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• Sydney Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales Australia

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Sydney Taronga Zoo General Entry Ticket more_vert
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Get an up-close look at the animals of the world at Sydney Taronga Zoo — the zoo with a view! Situated on the foreshore of Sydney's magnificent harbor, Taronga Zoo has something for animal-lovers of all ages. This entry ticket provides general admission to the zoo, including the Sky Safari cable car. If you’re interested in seeing or learning about more of the wildlife, optional activities such as keeper presentations, animal encounters, a seal show and bird show are available; some of these activities require an additional cost at your own expense.

Visit: Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head Road, Mosman, New South Wales 2088 Australia

Your Sydney Taronga Zoo entry ticket provides general admission to the zoo and includes the Sky Safari cable car. Any guided tours, animal encounters and other optional activities inside the zoo are at your own expense.

After entering the zoo, make your way around its 10 themed areas — including Wild Australia, Wild Asia and the Great Southern Oceans — where you can see animals living in unique environments that imitate their natural habitats. Have your camera ready at all times, as views of Sydney Harbour and Harbour Bridge abound.

Don’t miss a ride on the Sky Safari cable car, which whisks you high above the zoo grounds, giving you bird’s-eye views of zoo inhabitants like elephants. It also provides photo ops of Sydney Harbour, Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.

If you'd like a more up close and personal experience, you can pay for optional animal encounters with wildlife like koalas, giraffes and reptiles. Meet these fascinating creatures, and take home a souvenir photograph.

Education Officers can offer you and your family a wildly different learning experience, allowing you to go face to face with live animals. Learn about plants and animals in their natural environments, and develop an understanding and positive attitude about wildlife of all types. This experience gives visitors both young and old the skills and enthusiasm to actively participate in the care and conservation of flora and fauna in their own communities.

Sydney Taronga Zoo opened on October 7, 1916. Since then, the zoo has conducted 33 conservation breeding programs, 11 recovery programs, 10 in situ conservation partnerships and is involved in a further 10 major research programs for conservation. The zoo is a not-for-profit organization and maintains a proud international reputation for animal care and conservation.

How to get to the zoo:

The easiest way to get to the zoo from central Sydney is by ferry. Not only convenient but it’s also a great way to see spectacular Sydney Harbour. Ferries depart from Wharf 4 at Circular Quay every 30 minutes. When you arrive at Taronga Wharf, take the Sky Safari gondola to the top entrance of the zoo. Alternatively, you can take the zoo bus service that meets every ferry.

Food options:
• Taronga Food Market – Located near the elephant enclosure with indoor and outdoor seating; offers six different food and beverage outlets
• The View – Cafe-style menu featuring Mediterranean plates, salads, hot food and cakes
• The Fish Stop – Offers salt-and-pepper squid, calamari, garlic prawns and fish and chips
• Forage and Graze – Located inside the main entrance and offers a range of sandwiches, wraps, pastries, coffee and drinks
• Taronga Zoo also has many picnic areas, so feel free to bring a picnic basket and enjoy lunch with views of Sydney Harbour
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How to get to the zoo:

The easiest way to get to the zoo from central Sydney is by ferry. Not only is it convenient but it’s also a great way to get on the waters of Sydney Harbour. Ferries depart from Wharf 4 at Circular Quay every 30 minutes. When you arrive at Taronga Wharf, take the Sky Safari cable car to the top entrance of the zoo. The cable car is included in the price of zoo admission. Alternatively, you can take the zoo bus service that meets every ferry.

Food options:
• Taronga Food Market – Located near the elephant enclosure with indoor and outdoor seating; offers six different food and beverage outlets
• The View – Cafe-style menu featuring Mediterranean plates, salads, hot food and cakes
• The Fish Stop – Offers salt-and-pepper squid, calamari, garlic prawns and fish and chips
• Forage and Graze – Located inside the main entrance and offers a range of sandwiches, wraps, pastries, coffee and drinksTaronga Zoo also has many picnic areas; feel free to bring a picnic basket and enjoy lunch with views of Sydney Harbour

Duration: 3 hours

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Sydney Taronga Zoo's Australian Animals Tour more_vert
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Get the VIP treatment and see Sydney’s Taronga Zoo from a different perspective. On this small-group tour you will be led by a zoo guide who will take you behind-the-scenes for an introduction to Australia’s unique and unusual wildlife. Meet the zoo’s hand-raised native animals, have your photo taken with a koala or kangaroo. This is a not to be missed experience for animal lovers. 

Visit: Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head Road, Mosman, New South Wales 2088 Australia

Taronga Zoo is one of Sydney’s top attractions and is loved by locals and tourists alike. Located on the magnificent harbor, just 12 minutes by ferry with views of iconic landmarks this is truly a zoo with a view!

Arrive at the zoo and take the Sky Safari cable car to the top entrance. Fly above the Zoo as it skims the canopy of the Asian rainforest inhabited by Taronga's orangutans and glide across the mysterious riverscape of AGL Amazonia, home to the Zoo's South American animals.

Feel like a VIP as you tour the zoo and learn first-hand about the animals and how a zoo operates. Meet the hand-raised animals and wander the Australian animal walk-through to come face to face with wallabies and kangaroos. Don’t forget your camera as there are great photo opportunities with koalas, kangaroos and other Australian native animals.

After your tour, spend the rest of the day checking out the great activities on offer at the zoo. There are expert talks through out the day, the not to be missed free flying bird show and the ever popular seal show.

How to get to Taronga Zoo:

The easiest way to get to the zoo is by ferry. Not only is it convenient but a great way to see the spectacular Sydney Harbour. Ferries depart from Wharf 4 at Circular Quay every 30 minutes.

Once you have arrived at Taronga Wharf, take the Sky Safari cable car for a ride high over the zoo grounds. over looking Sydney's most famous landmarks and giving you a bird's-eye view over the zoo inhabitants, ending at the top entrance of the zoo. Alternatively, take the zoo's bus shuttle that meets every ferry.

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Sydney Taronga Zoo General Entry Ticket and Wild Australia Experience more_vert
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Go behind-the-scenes at Sydney Taronga Zoo for an in-depth, interactive and close up encounter with Australian wildlife. Get close to a wallaby and take photos with a koala during this intimate small group tour which has a maximum of only eight participants. Led by a professional zoo keeper, you'll learn all about Australian animals as you meet them face-to-face at Sydney Taronga Zoo. 

Visit: Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head Road, Mosman, New South Wales 2088 Australia

Taronga Zoo is one of Sydney’s top attractions and is loved by locals and tourists alike. Located on the magnificent harbor, just 12 minutes by ferry with views of iconic landmarks this is truly a zoo with a view!

Arrive at the zoo and take the Sky Safari gondola to the top entrance. Fly above the Zoo as it skims the canopy of the Asian rainforest inhabited by Taronga's orangutans and glide across the mysterious riverscape of AGL Amazonia, home to the Zoo's South American animals.

Meet your zoo keeper and start your in-depth Wild Australia Experience that will bring you close to the animals and where you will learn about the work of the zoo keepers. Learn about the unique Australian animals and how they are cared for at the zoo, go behind the scenes into restricted access areas, see how the food is prepared in the 'animal kitchen,' and explore the world of the wallabies and kangaroos.

You will get to enter the Australian bushland and the underground world of the endangered Southern hairy-nosed wombat, discover the mysteries of the platypus, and explore the nocturnal house for a close encounter with the normally shy and elusive wildlife which only venture out at night.

At the end of your tour you'll be served a light snack at Harbourview Cafe and receive a souvenir gift.

Admission to Taronga Zoo is included so you are free to spend the day exploring the many exhibits and shows before and after your tour. Join the regularly scheduled keeper talks to learn more about Taronga Zoo's wide variety of animals.
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How to get to Taronga Zoo:

The easiest way to get to the zoo is by ferry. Not only is it convenient but a great way to see the spectacular Sydney Harbour. Ferries depart from Wharf 2 at Circular Quay every 30 minutes.

Once you have arrived at Taronga Wharf, take the Sky Safari gondola for a ride high over the zoo grounds. over looking Sydney's most famous landmarks and giving you a bird's-eye view over the zoo inhabitants, ending at the top entrance of the zoo. Alternatively, take the zoo's bus shuttle that meets every ferry.

Food vendors:

The zoo offers several restaurant and cafe options, with sit-down or casual dining choices available. Taronga Zoo also has many picnic areas; you are welcome to bring your own picnic to enjoy while soaking in spectacular views overlooking Sydney Harbour.Arrive at the zoo and take the Sky Safari gondola to the top entrance. Fly above the Zoo as it skims the canopy of the Asian rainforest inhabited by Taronga's orangutans and glide across the mysterious riverscape of AGL Amazonia, home to the Zoo's South American animals.

Meet your zoo keeper and start your in-depth Wild Australia Experience that will bring you close to the animals and where you will learn about the work of the zoo keepers. Learn about the unique Australian animals and how they are cared for at the zoo, go behind the scenes into restricted access areas, see how the food is prepared in the 'animal kitchen,' and explore the world of the wallabies and kangaroos.

You will get to enter the Australian bushland and the underground world of the endangered Southern hairy-nosed wombat, discover the mysteries of the platypus, and explore the nocturnal house for a close encounter with the normally shy and elusive wildlife which only venture out at night.

At the end of your tour you'll be served a light snack at Harbourview Cafe and receive a souvenir gift.

Admission to Taronga Zoo is included so you are free to spend the day exploring the many exhibits and shows before and after your tour. Join the regularly scheduled keeper talks to learn more about Taronga Zoo's wide variety of animals.

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