The City of Kogarah offers a number of great fishing spots from the wharves of Kogarah Bay (Bonney Street wharf) to the busy fishing spot at Tom Ugly’s Point under Tom Ugly’s Bridge.
People with a disability can now easily access their boats and water-based recreation activities at the West Crescent, Oatley and boat ramp (Morshead Drive) following the installation of a new hoist by Council. Dover Park also offers a hoist that allows people with a disability to enjoy water-based recreation activities. That hoist was built in conjunction with Sailability NSW.
Take a bushwalk through Gold Street Reserve and enjoy the view over Shipwright’s Bay towards the Georges River.
Previous Slide GroupFishing in Kogarah Bay from Bonney Street WharfFishing at Tom Ugly's PointFishing at Tom Ugly's PointA disability hoist at Oatley Bay Wharf allows people of all abilities to use Kogarah's waterwaysA secluded beach on Shipwright's BayMangroves at a beach at Shipwrights Bay ReserveOne of many tiny beaches on the Georges RiverView of Tom Ugly's Bridge from BlakehurstAerial photograph showing the City of Kogarah's foreshore on the Georges RiverNext Slide Group