Tags: channel, water sports, fishing, beach
Middle Harbour is the northern part of Sydney Harbour and stretches inland from the heads towards the suburbs of Cammeray, Northbridge and Roseville. The Spit Bridge crosses Middle Harbour between Mosman an Sea forth and the Middle Harbour Yacht Club is near there as well. Middle Harbour offers all of the same types of fishing that the main Sydney Harbour offers, and fishing the Spit Bridge and Roseville Bridge can turn up some great catches.
Tunks Park - Tunks Park is located at the end of middle harbour, where there is a boat ramp and fish cleaning facilities.
The Spit Bridge - The Spit Bridge is the connection between Middle Harbour and Sydney Harbour. Any of the larger fish heading up into Middle Harbour to feed must pass through this channel
Roseville Bridge - The Roseville Bridge offers a diverse range of fishing on both sides of the bridge.
Grotto Point - Grotto Point is the headland that separates Middle Harbour and North Harbour. Being on this point gives you access to some deeper water and a major channel for fish movement as they head into or out of Middle Harbour to feed.
Balmoral - Balmoral offers a wide range of fishing options from beach fishing to the rocks at the north of the beach, and fishing from the wharf around the ocean bath.