This page provides updates on the current status of our visitor destinations as well as the steps we are taking to ensure the health and safety of visitors and remain connected with the community. We thank you for your support, and we look forward to resuming our public programming, including guided tours, as soon as possible.
Headland Park (Mosman), North Head Sanctuary (Manly), Sub Base Platypus (North Sydney), Cockatoo Island (Sydney Harbour), Woolwich Dock and Parklands, and the grounds of Macquarie Lightstation (Vaucluse) remain open to the public; however, our Visitor Centres at North Head Sanctuary and Cockatoo Island are closed.
For further details about Cockatoo Island, including the Biennale of Sydney and public programming, see: COVID-19 Updates: Cockatoo Island
Cockatoo Island’s heritage accommodation and waterfront campground are available for bookings and guests can take advantage of our Biennale Staycation Deal to save up to 20% on their stay (T&Cs apply).
Our campground capacity has been reduced to one quarter of normal capacity, and we are enforcing a limit of 100 guests in the campground, to enable people to adhere to social distancing regulations. The capacity of our campground will increase over time, in line with Government restrictions.
The following cafés and restaurants, across our sites on Sydney Harbour, are trading:
Please check the website or social media channels for each venue for further details, including trading hours.
We have launched four online initiatives to help visitors – and the wider Australian community – to stay connected with extraordinary places on Sydney Harbour.
Stay connected with extraordinary places on Sydney Harbour with our collection of virtual backgrounds, ideal for your next online meeting or catch up…