What you need to know!
Welcome to Scotland Island
Scotland Island is a thriving, vibrant and welcoming community situated in the Pittwater estuary, Sydney, Australia. Around 1000 people live here, some as weekenders, others as permanent residents.
Accessed by water only, the island is a refuge for natural forests, bushland reserves and native animals. Visitors love the shimmering water and gentle pace. Residents love the sense of community and adventure.
To find out more, please see the quick links below, or the page options above.
So, what’s coming up?
Where are we?
The who’s who and how to contact them
There’s a million questions, some of the most frequent answered here
A library of documents related to island life
Drumming workshop (click to see details)
Thursday, May 23: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Yoga - Vinyasa (click to see details)
Saturday, May 25: 8:30 am - 9:45 am
Northern Beaches Council Meeting (click to see details)
Saturday, May 25: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Scotland Island Residents Association
The Scotland Island Residents Association (SIRA) was founded in 1955 to serve, preserve and look after the interests of the island. Today, it represents the community on issues such as sustainability, infrastructure and lobbying local government. Voted for by residents, the SIRA Committee is also charged with the running of community services such as the Community Vehicle, the Community Hall, Emergency Water, this website and the island’s parks and reserves.