Little Lovett Bay
This is a great location set amongst mostly private and commercial moorings. It is located midway across the mouth of the bay with the ferry wharf to the East and a private jetty (with two pot plants) on the Western side. There are no other club moorings here so you will be able to enjoy some privacy to just relax and watch the commercial and residents boats going to and from various ports around Pittwater. You are quite close to residences scattered around this little bay so please respect their privacy and the tranquility of the bay. Television, phone and wireless broadband reception here is excellent.
GPS: 33.37.882S 151.17.114E
Depth: 12 metres
Depth 12 metres - Please be aware that because of the depth and subsequent length of mooring tackle this mooring will move more than a normal 3-4m deep mooring - you will swing close to adjacent free moorings (moorings with no boats on them). Probably not suitable for boats exceeding 40ft for overnight or unattended stays.
Church Point Ferry Service
The ferries depart from Church Point hourly on the half hour to take commuters and tourists to Scotland Island (4 stops) and the Western foreshore. It also goes to Morning Bay (previously Towlers Bay), Lovett Bay, made famous by Susan Duncans’ books “Salvation Creek and “The House”, and Elvina Bay. It operates a school run and a newspaper run in the morning and a mail run in the afternoon. The Church Point Ferry Service has been in operation since the 1940s when it was part of the Port Jackson and Manly Steamship Company. It is not only an historic service, but also very much part of this unique and special community.