Chowder Bay Historical Walking Tour LunchRipples Chowder Bay

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Chowder Bay Historical Walking Tour Lunch

Ripples Chowder Bay is partnering with professional guides and historians at 'Journey Walks' to offer a guided tour of Chowder Bay followed by lunch at Ripples. The tour will highlight the interesting history of the venue and will include a special set menu, glass of wine and waterfront views.

Saturday 23rd April, 2021
&
Saturday 21st May, 2021

$105 per person includes:
1 hour and 45 minute historical walking tour
Glass of sparkling wine on arrival
3 course set lunch menu with choice

Tours start and finish at Ripples Chowder Bay restaurant.

Available starting at:
10am to be seated for lunch at 11:45am
1pm to be seated for lunch at 2:45pm

With picturesque surroundings, brimming marine life and the history between the headlands of Chowder Bay – there is more than meets the eye at this interesting location. Beneath the still blue waters lies an intriguing story. A tale of changing tides and a mysterious heritage that waits to be explored. From Borogegal fishing grounds to American whaling stations and blasting brass bands to secretive underwater explosives. We invite you to join a journey into the past and share a part in the stories that make our surroundings special.

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
Building 7C, Chowder Bay Rd Mosman, Mosman, NSW

At the bottom of Chowder Bay Road there is a pedestrian pathway and set of stairs that leads you down to the venue. Please note there is no disabled access.

Times:

Tours available starting at:
10am to be seated for lunch at 11:45am
1pm to be seated for lunch at 2:45pm

Entry fees:
Adults $ 105
Booking:
Prebooking requiredhttp://www.rippleschowderbay.com.au/historical-walking-tour
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Website:
rippleschowderbay.com.au/historical-walking-tour
Onsite facilities:
Social:
Other things
you need to know:
Please wear suitable footwear for walking. This tour, although gentle, is only for able walkers as there is no disabled access and will involve some stairs.