History

Cottage Point Inn began its life as a boat house, general store and post office for the river community. During the 50s with an increase in holiday makers 2 apartments were built and the business began to focus on providing food for sightseers and travellers. With the opening of road access in the 70s the Inn could for the first time call itself a restaurant with successive owners gradually lifting the bar on food and service.

Over several decades regulars, boaties and Sydneysiders in the know have enjoyed the Inn’s transformation from a pleasant bistro into an assured and respected fine dining restaurant that matches its stunning riverside,  national park setting. Once a well kept secret The Cottage Point Inn is now widely recognised as one of Sydney’s finest dining destination restaurants.

New owners Shane and Ally Olesen are looking forward with a clear goal to ensure that Cottage Point Inn continues to blossom and further defines its identity reflecting the unique location in a       Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park abundant in native flora, fauna and natural beauty.