Port Hacking Powerline Crossing Project

Ausgrid is planning to raise the height of the 11,000 volt powerlines that cross the Port Hacking River from Burraneer to Maianbar. This project involves the installation of new, taller poles on either side of the River as well as the replacement of the conductors that cross the river. How this work may impact you ... More

Bankstown Round 4 & Eastlake Round 5, 2018

A happy and colourful group of RMYC golfers had a weekend away at Catai playing the challenging Riverside Oaks courses. The results are now available for Rounds 4 & 5. At the halfway point in the 2018 RMYC Golf Club Championship the leaderboard is changing each round. With no dropped rounds, the current top ten ... More

Boat Ramp Etiquette

Do you know what is considered etiquette when launching or retrieving your boat? Brush up your knowledge with this handy Boat Ramp Etiquette guide from NSW Transport Maritime. Sometimes it’s just the little things that can make a massive difference. More

Lifejackets, winter and boat safety

A timely reminder from Botany Bay and Port Hacking Boating Education Officer, Adam Denyer. Well winter has well and truly arrived, with strong winds and high seas last weekend. During the colder months, if you are out fishing, keep a close eye on the weather and ensure your life jackets are rated to handle the extra ... More

Macquarie Links Golf Club – Round 3, 2018

Twenty nine players contested Round 3 of the RMYC Port Hacking Golf Club played at the Macquarie Links Golf Club. Fairways and greens were in excellent condition. “The Billabong” par 3 eleventh hole, the signature hole on the course, presented a most intimidating tee shot over the ravine to a narrow green. Any miss hit ... More

Carnarvon Golf Club – Round 2, 2018

  Round 2 of the RMYC Port Hacking Golf Club was played at the Carnarvon Golf Club. Twenty six players contested the second round for 2018. The course was in good condition, freshened up by the recent rain. Competition was again close with three players scoring over 36 Stableford points. Jeff Church had a ... More

Expired Flare Disposal – Apr-May 2018

Roads and Maritime is again running a program to help boaters dispose of expired flares, with mobile collections set up along the NSW coastline. Flares signal that you are in trouble and provide an exact location for searching aircraft or vessels. Most flares have a use-by date of three years and they must be ... More

Liverpool Golf Club – Round 1, 2018

The First Golf Round for 2018 Round 1 of the RMYC Port Hacking Golf Club was played at the Liverpool Golf Club. Thirty three players contested the opening round for 2018 in sunny dry conditions. The greens at Liverpool were in exceptional condition given the recent summer dry spell. Competition was close. Eleven ... More

2017 RMYC Golf Club Presentation

The final round of the 2017 RMYC Golf Club Championship was held at Moore Park. Heading the leaderboard on this final round was Bruce Crosby. Bruce knew that he needed to get his driver working off the tee to win and was nervously deflecting “encouragement” talk that he was a certainty to win. In second place on the ... More

Expired Flare Disposal – Jan 18

Roads and Maritime is again running a program to help boaters dispose of expired flares, with mobile collections set up along the NSW coastline. Flares signal that you are in trouble and provide an exact location for searching aircraft or vessels. Most flares have a use-by date of three years and they must be ... More