Pittwater Offshore Community
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homehound.com.au – Wednesday, 20 9This 5 bedroom with 3 bathroom & 2 carspaces/garages is located at 153 Mccarrs Creek Road, Church Point NSW 2105. This property is now for sale.
lifull.com.au – Tuesday, 19 9Exceptional property, complete with private wharf overlooking McCarrs Creek and the National Park. The self contained boathouse is a unique feature …
medianet.com.au – Tuesday, 19 9Church Point Ferry Service provides ferry services between Church Point, Scotland Island and the western foreshore of Pittwater, and Palm Beach …
rent.com.au – Monday, 18 91 bed, 1 bath apartment for rent. 0.00 per week. Available 13th October 2017. 2/120 Pittwater Road, Manly 2095, NSW.
rent.com.au – Saturday, 16 93 bed, 1 bath house for rent. 5.00 per week. Available Now. 366 Pittwater Road, North Ryde 2113, NSW.
rent.com.au – Monday, 18 92 bed, 1 bath apartment for rent. 5.00 per week. Available 17th October 2017. 7/208 Pittwater Road, Manly 2095, NSW.
dailytelegraph.com.au – Wednesday, 20 9Tight contests in Pittwater saw 24 recounts needed to elect former Pittwater MP and mayor Alex McTaggart, as well as YNBIT member — former …
mysailing.com.au – Tuesday, 19 9New Zealand yacht Rikki is confirmed for the Pittwater to Paradise Race and the bright red Reichel-Pugh 42 is due to arrive in Pittwater mid-December …
southcoastregister.com.au – Monday, 18 9There were lots of good contributors to the cause at Pittwater with Sam Lane playing well, Tom Connor getting over the ball well and of course Latu …
palmbeachpost.com – Saturday, 16 9Even on land, boats became targets for Hurricane Irma. This trimaran toppled onto a neighboring boat or five, at Palm Beach Sailing Club in West …
Pittwater Offshore Community is the community consisting of all the offshore areas of Pittwater. They are considered offshore because they have no vehicle access from the mainland.
The residents have chosen their way of life and I’m sure all are proud members of the community. Lack of transport to somewhere has it’s own Pro and Cons.
One could argue for example is it awesome in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness? The response will vary depending on whether you are the type that loves isolation and true wilderness or prefers a quick drive to the local coffee joint. Perception is the key.