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Tunnels and Gunners guided military tour at Georges Heights in Headland Park.

Tunnels and Gunners Tour

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Cost
  • $11 per adult
  • $8 per child
  • $8 per concession
  • $8 per senior
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Hours
  • Time: 10:45am, first Sunday of every month
  • Duration: 90 mins
  • Group tour also available (Mon-Fri)
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Transport
  • Car
  • Bus
  • Ferry
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Meeting point

Georges Heights at Headland Park, Mosman NSW 2088

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Featuring gun emplacements, underground tunnels and other military relics dating back to the 1870s, Georges Heights at Headland Park, Mosman once played a crucial role in the defence of Sydney Harbour.

During our 90-minute Tunnels and Gunners Tour, an experienced volunteer guide will lead you through two sets of demilitarised fortifications set within coastal bushland, including tunnels off limits to the general public. The tour concludes at the Headland Park Artist Precinct, which is home to a thriving community of painters, potters, sculptors and photographers.

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Embark on our next Tunnels and Gunners Tour to discover the significant role Georges Heights once played in Sydney’s coastal defence network.
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Request a group tour

Want to arrange a Tunnels and Gunners Tour for a large group? Request a group tour using the webform on this page.

Subject to guide availability, we accept private group bookings from Monday to Friday. To request a private group tour, complete the form on this page.

Note: Bookings are required no fewer than 10 business days in advance of the requested date. All enquiries will receive a response within 5 business days. 

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Tour details
*Bookings are available between Monday and Friday (subject to guide availability). Due to high demand, bookings must be made at least 14 days in advance.
In case we can't accommodate your first preference, please nominate an alternative date (between Monday to Friday).


Plan Ahead

Planning to book a tour? For a hassle-free experience, refer to the information below ahead of your trip.

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For information about getting to Georges Heights, including by public transport, see: Visit Georges Heights. This webpage also contains information on visitor parking and public facilities.

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Although this is an all-ages tour, people under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Further, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are advised that the tour contains stories (and may contain images and/or visuals) of deceased people.

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This tour includes steep stairs and underground tunnels and some uneven surfaces, and it is not suitable for wheelchairs and mobility scooters. A moderate level of fitness and mobility is required. You must comply with all directions of the Guides, Rangers and Security.

Although this is an all-ages tour, children must be able to walk and negotiate stairs independently due to the requirement to traverse steep and narrow staircases. Further, our safety requirements prevent ticketholders from carrying children in carriers or baby capsules on this tour. 

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Suitable walking shoes, a sunhat and wet weather gear (if needed). Please provide your own torch for the tunnels (phone torch is adequate). Please note: This tour has high touch points including hand rails and includes entry into confined spaces. As such, we recommend providing own hand sanitiser and wearing a face mask.

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Tours will proceed regardless of weather conditions except in the event of extreme weather. Participants will be notified via email if the tour is cancelled and a full refund of the ticket price will be made. 

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To exchange your ticket(s) or request a refund, please contact our ticket solutions provider, Ticketbooth, via their support webpage: support.ticketbooth.com.au/contact/

Helpful links

Learn more about Georges Heights, including its fascinating history.