Each year the humpback whales make their journey up and then back down our east coast of Australia. The most common time for sightings at Rose Bay, are the months of June, July and August. Sometimes they can be sighted early in May and late in September.
It is wonderful to watch a mother and calf float, or see the males jump and flap their tales on the water. I remember one time driving out to Rose Bay Resort, and just as you get to the crest of the hill and view the sea, there was a whale shooting a spout of water into the air. Magic.Read More
Begin at Rose Bay walking track, up to Mother Beddock, and then down into Murray Bay, across the sands and up the created stair path, then down into Horseshoe. Add the war memorial and the lookout for a little extra 100m hike, closer to the Horseshoe Bay side.Read More
Rose Bay Resort has participated in the Superboats Event for the past five years. The event starts on the Friday night for the VIPs, moves through the Saturday at the front beach with the racing trials, and celebrates in the evening with a street & market party. Sunday sees the finals and presentations.Read More