Former Outward Bound camp in the Hawkesbury region listed

Former Outward Bound camp in the Hawkesbury region listed
Former Outward Bound camp in the Hawkesbury region listed

An old 1950s Outward Bound property set in the Hawkesbury region has been listed for sale.

It last sold 17 years ago when bought by its next-door neighbour 17 years ago, Ian Gowrie-Smith.

The 3.2-hectare block at Fishermans Point on Berowra Creek has about a dozen buildings in original condition, including a 26-bedroom boarding house capable of sleeping 120 people, and a commercial kitchen and recreational facilities.

It has a price guide of between $4.4 million and $4.8 million through LJ Hooker Terrigal agent Tim Andrews, who expects it to appeal to buyers seeking a resort or health retreat.

The property was run as a Knox Grammar school camp before it was bought by its current owner.

Outward Bound Australia started its camping and adventure activities there in 1956 until 1974.

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Leisure Hawkesbury River

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