There’s nowhere in Sydney quite like Cockatoo Island. In the past it played a pivotal role in Australia’s convict and maritime history. Today, the regular ferry services from Circular Quay stops right in front of this waterfront heritage office. It’s so close to the city, and yet so removed from the hustle and bustle.
Completed in 1948, Building 30 was the key Administrative Building within Cockatoo Island’s complex of dockyard workshops. It originally housed the General Manager’s Office and served as the official gateway for visitors to the Dockyard. It has aesthetic value in its Inter-War Functionalist design, and heritage significance as the visual entry point to the island post-WWII.
Ideal for drawing inspiration from the island’s history as well as its tranquillity today, you’ll be right at home with neighbouring businesses including architects, hydraulic designers and the Cockatoo Island Marine Centre.
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