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Sydney, Australia
33.8688° S, 151.2093° E
Sydney International Airport
GMT +11:00
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Cockatoo Island

One of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, Cockatoo Island is the largest island located across the Sydney Harbour, at the junction of Parramatta and Lane Cove Rivers. A short ferry ride from Circular Quay, Cockatoo Island is not just fun for a day out in Sydney, but also educational as it possesses an extraordinary history worth exploring. In 1839, Cockatoo Island was built as a prison for dangerous convicts, and in WWII it became a ship yard. The island wasn’t functioned through the 1990s, before it was restored in 2001, and opened for public in 2007. The island is also listed among UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites.

  1. Overnight Camp at Harbor's Edge
    Your visit to Cockatoo Island will be more exciting with an overnight camp at the Harbour’s Edge or the camping grounds. A part of the island’s best attractions, the whole family can choose to have their camping more adventurous, or a bit more glamorous. Either way, you will be able to sleep under the stars with your loved ones and also make use of the available facilities such as hot showers and the camp kitchen with ten BBQs, fridges, microwaves, and hot water boilers.

  3. Audio Tour Around the Historical Island
    The best way to get acquainted with the extraordinary history of Cockatoo Island is to take an audio tour around the island. Visitors will be able to hear about the lives of the convicts that were incarcerated on most of the parts of the island, and learn about the day-to-day work of the thousands of shipwrights, engineers, and traders who made Cockatoo Island the biggest shipyard in Australia in the 20th century. With 26 audio stops on the tour, you can discover a lot more information than just looking around the objects on display, plus you can choose your own route.
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