It is positioned on the Starboard side of the entrance channel and approximately 150 metres from the public wharf.
GPS: 151.21.495E 33.31.315S
Red cone with a white top
Hardy's Bay village is more like a seaside hamlet rather than a suburb of Gosford and the Central Coast. There are good general produce shops, a pub, coffee shops and restaurant. Dinghy's may be left at the jetty in relative safety and will be in sight if you are at the shops. High tide dinghy access to the foreshore is good with a sandy beach, not recommended at low tide as it is quite muddy. Great views up the broadwater to Gosford (see picture).
Non members are warned that this bay is patrolled daily by BSO's (Boating Service Officers) from Maritime NSW who will give an on the spot fine ($250.00) for any non-BHCC member users of this mooring. Why not join our club? See application form on Home page.
Picture taken from our mooring looking up towards Gosford and The Rip