Children and teenagers alike will also have opportunities to exercise their imagination, participate in outdoor activities and form lasting friendships.
Escape to Cockatoo Island with your school or vacation group for a rewarding learning experience...
Our interactive primary school programs – Convict Times and Then, Now and Tomorrow – are an opportunity for students to learn about the historical significance of Cockatoo Island as they engage in dress up and role-play, and interact with artefacts from different eras. Plus, we recently transformed our popular Convict Times excursion into the Convicts, Crimes & Cockatoo Island 360-degree tour.
Available Monday to Friday during the NSW School Holidays, the Cockatoo Island vacation care program combines fun activities, outdoor exploration and history. Best of all, kids will have opportunities to tap into their creativity through arts and craft.
Enrich your next school, scout or youth group excursion with an overnight stay in our waterfront campground, situated alongside Cockatoo Island’s historic Industrial, Docks and Convict Precincts.
Featuring an abundance of wildlife as well as military fortifications that pre-date World War II, North Head Sanctuary is guaranteed to inspire and excite school-aged children...
EcoXplore provides engaging, inspirational and informative environmental education tours at North Head Sanctuary for primary school students and vacation care groups.
The Harbour Trust has released worksheets to keep Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2 students engaged during lockdown and give them an easy way to tap into their creativity.
Drawing on the history of Sub Base Platypus in North Sydney, our worksheets combine Early Stage 1 and Stage 1 English and Science & Technology Outcomes with a light colouring-in activity.
The release of the worksheets coincides with a colouring-in competition, with students invited to enter either a coloured-in platypus or submarine. The competition closes on Friday 8 October.
PO BOX 607
Mosman NSW 2088