Cabrinha, Kitepower and Wind SurfNsnow have assisted the NSWKBA, Botany Bay, to have on hand 4 Cabrinha race boards for use by competitors in the race series, these can also be borrowed from either retailer (where they are stored) for practice and demo purposes, between the race evenings.
First Post! 06/25/2011
Archaeological evidence from the shores of Botany Bay has yielded evidence of Aboriginal settlement dating back 5,000 years. - Botany Bay continually supprises me. Over the last 11 years i have been approached by Humpback Whales, seen Grey Nurse and Black and Bronze whaler sharks, swam with dolphins, played with seals and penguins, and now... came face to face with a Whales Shark... You have to be in it win it i suppose... Amazing.
Does anyone here know where Towerer is located in Botany bay & if there is such a spot. Not sure if i have spelt it correctly ( towerer ) ??? - James Cook's landing Captain James Cook first landed on 29 April 1770, when navigating his way around Australia on his ship, the Endeavour. - Governor Arthur Phillip sailed the Armed Tender Supply into the bay on 18 January 1788. Two days later the remaining ships of the First Fleet had arrived to found the planned penal colony.
just google botany bay or georges river fishing map one of them will have it i found it doing this years ago - Botany Bay is a bay in Sydney, New South Wales, a few kilometres south of the Sydney central business district. The Cooks River and the Georges River are the two major tributaries that flow into the bay. Two runways of Sydney Airport extend into the bay. On 29 April 1770, Botany Bay was the site of James Cook's first landing of HMS Endeavour on the continent of Australia, after his extensive navigation of New Zealand. - I went out on my boat yesterday with my wife (Rach) and another friend (Kristy) and as we drove out of the heads of Botany Bay, we had a suprising visitor... A WHALE SHARK!!! We could not believe it.