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Website last updated: Saturday 29 September 2018
Instant Notices...  

September newsletter -  Is now here.
 
Christmas in July -  Island DineOut 2018#2 at Daleys Kitchen. Report and photos are  here.
  
Island Lightning Show -  A photo gallery from local photographer Andrew Murrell here.
 
SunsetSips 2018#2 at Solstice Park -  ANOTHER popular Island evening activity. Report and photos  here.
   
PRINT A MAP OF THE ISLAND! -  Here...
  
Coming Events - click  links for info
  • September 29 Saturday - Spring SunsetSips @ Beachfront - POSTPONED Information here...
  • October - Island Dine-Out 2018#3 - HALLOWEEN CANCELLED
  • November 4 Sunday - St Huberts Day Family BBQ and Extravaganza - Information here...
  • December 9 Sunday -Annual Christmas Paddle Regatta - Information here...
  • December 15 Saturday - Island Dine-Out 2018#4 - Christmas Celebration [NOTE DATE CHANGE] - Initial information here...
  • 2019 March 14 Thursday - Annual General Meeting - Advance Notice here...
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 Welcome to the St Huberts Island

Community Website... 

This website provides information for both visitors

and the residents of this community.

 

 

St Huberts Island is located within the Brisbane Water at its southern end. Its closest neighbour is Ettalong and is less than five kilometres from both Umina and Woy Woy, the latter being the nearest railway station on the main northern line.

Brisbane Water and its surrounding areas lie within the City of Gosford (in the newly created Central Coast Council area), which constitutes a major part of the Central Coast of New South Wales. The general area bounded by Ettalong, Umina and Woy Woy is known as the Woy Woy Peninsular.                                                           

At the extreme southern end of the peninsular is Patonga, which is within sight of Lion Island and Palm Beach.

While the Woy Woy Peninsular lies only a matter of some 40 kilometres by sea from the Sydney CBD, this distance is increased to nearly 100 kilometres for road and rail travellers due to the nature of the intervening terrain which encompasses the Hawkesbury River with its many inlets and precipitous gorges.