Brisbane Water

Oyster Festival to be cancelled

Organisers behind the Brisbane Water Oyster Festival have argued in a submission to the Public Inquiry into Central Coast Council that the local government should better manage community events. The…






Clear sailing for Rotary Club dinner

It was smooth sailing for the Rotary Club of Brisbane Water’s Titanic dinner on April 10 at Pearl Beach Community Hall. With over 70 guests in attendance, nearly $5,000 was…


Paddles to the fore

Avid paddlers have the chance to race out on the open Brisbane Water on April 17, part of race four of the 2021 Paddle NSW Marathon Series. The race, starting…



Boating blitz on Brisbane Water

Boating Safety Officers were out on the Brisbane Water in force on January 10, as NSW Maritime conducted its first state-wide compliance operation of the year. With a focus on…



College delivered football course online

Brisbane Water Secondary College’s Umina campus has successfully delivered its football elective online and at home this year, according to campus football coordinator Mr Mark Dixon. The soccer program offered…




The boys are back in town

Some unusual visitors of the flippered kind have been spotted around Central Coast waters in recent weeks. Central Coast Dolphin Project spokesperson, Ronny Ling, said the group had spotted bachelor…


Wharf upgrade completed

Boaters and local ferry operators now have safer and easier access to Brisbane Water with upgrades now completed at Central Wharf and Eulalia Wharf at Davistown, and Kendall Road Wharf…


Man drowned

NSW Police have confirmed that a man drowned in the Brisbane Water. At about 4pm on Sunday, March 9, witnesses told police that they saw a 46-year-old man enter Brisbane…





Ferry service disruptions continue

Disruptions to the Palm Beach ferry service continue due to the condition of the Little Box Head to Lobster Beach Channel. Wagstaffe-Killcare Community Association president Ms Peta Colebatch said a…