We awoke to rain on Thursday morning and so it was full wet weather gear for the last leg north. However it soon cleared as we left Sydney harbour bound for our home port of Broken Bay and Pittwater. There was a head wind all the way and so we kept things simple and had a relaxed motor up the coast passing all the familiar beaches as Manly, Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Newport.
We rounded Barrenjoey Head at around 12:30 and then headed up Cowan Creek for our last night onboard in Yeoman Bay. This is a beautifully quiet and sheltered Bay with a few moorings provided by the National Park authorities. Despite all of the wonderful places we have been on this trip, this place is a reminder that we have some pretty fantastic cruising locations right on our doorstep.
Friday was spent with a relaxed start of a swim and coffee. The water is definitely a lot warmer here than in Tasmania. We then spent the rest of the morning packing things up ready for the journey back to base at the Quays Marina. Then it was back to the mayhem of life ashore and a lot of laundry!
Journey over until next time ....
|Rounding Barrenjoey Head and into our home Port|
Final anchorage in Yeoman's Bay
Unloading back at the fuel dock at Quays Marina