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Cruises visiting Hawkesbury River & all Hawkesbury River cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Hawkesbury River in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Australia Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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The Hawkesbury River is a tide-dominated drowned valley estuary just north of Sydney harbour, and though smaller, its natural scenery is no less beautiful. With its main tributary the Nepean River, they encircle the metropolitan region of Sydney. The Hawkesbury is home to many shark varieties, turtles, crabs, and recreational fish catches. The river remains the only access to many homes and communities, especially in the lower reaches of the river, where the steep and rugged banks limit road construction. That is also why it is still served by Australia’s last river-boat postman. Its waters are home to fishermen, oyster farmers, prawners, and water sports of all kinds.

The Hawkesbury district was settled as early as 1794, and served as a farming area that contributed to the survival of the colony. Subsequently, the five towns that were established in the upper reaches of the valley have many preserved old buildings of historical interest. The area caters for a very wide range of tourists' interests including art, culture, historical museums, cemeteries, and even a convict trail.

Whatever your interests, you will thoroughly enjoy exploring the 17 villages, five rivers, and the more than 70 percent of the area that is designated National Parks. Activities such as swimming, water skiing, bush-walking and horse-riding are also available. If in need of some retail therapy, then you will love exploring the many village shops and galleries along its shores, and finding some great bargains at the local food and craft markets.