Much history, no cockatoos
History, views, tranquility, pizzas, audio tour, glamping, volunteer staff...
Glamping is great when you want the experience and not the hassle... The Tropical café offers some great pizzas with a stunning and relaxing view!
If abandoned shit is one of your interests, this is a stupendous stop.
Nothing special is there.
Lovely space - camping facilities - would be great to hire out the houses for an event
Enjoy refreshing summer cocktails at Sydney’s iconic Cockatoo Island bar.
Don't do it in heels
Uma delicia, super bacana pra passar a tarde e fazer pic nic, da frente da ilha tem uma vista linda para a ponte!
Great place has vending machines but are expensive $4 for cans near the entrance but has $4 600ML powerade which is good but there's another machine with $3 cans annoying but nothing I can do
If you are in to abandoned urban or industrial buildings, this is the place to go. Expect a 2 to 3 hour walk
Glamping or camping overnight is easy, and awesome.
Former industrial heritage turned ghost venue for concerts, exhibitions etc. You can camp here too. You get a ferry.
Avoiding going near the roosting seagulls, they get pissed off if you get too close!
If you want to escape the buzz of the city of a spot of camping but only want to travel 15 minutes to get there, then is the spot! Clean & modern facilities and #qualityvistas on the cheap! BYO tent
I misheard. I was expecting an island full of cocks.
Be prepared to walk.
It's so beautiful here, you feel like you're miles from the city, and the Ship Shape Challenge keeps the kids active.
A must do for all visitors to Sydney! Jump on a ferry and experience something different.
Visit Cockatoo Island to check out the 18th Biennale of Sydney - until 16 Sept 2012. Get there by the Biennale Free Ferry, or paid scheduled services with Sydney Ferries. For more info: www.bos18.com
remember to slip, slop & slap