Arguably Greater Sydney’s most singular suburb, Dangar Island is simply remarkable.
Located off the eastern fringes of the Hawkesbury River hamlet of Brooklyn to the north of Sydney, Dangar Island lies in the middle of the Hawkesbury River atrium.
With its inimitable waterway surrounds, Dangar Island encapsulates the quintessential Hawkesbury River atmosphere. With Brisbane Water National Park to the north, Ku-ring Gai Chase National Park to the south, Broken Bay, the Pittwater and Pacific Ocean to the east, and the alluring Hawkesbury River to the west, Dangar Island and its beauty are captivating.
Just a short journey off the F3 freeway to Brooklyn, the island can only be accessed by water, via ferry, water taxi or private boat.
Rich in European and indigenous history, Dangar Island is a one-off environment and rewards visitors with some interesting photographic angles on one of the most significant waterways in the Sydney region.