HERITAGE

What is the Quarantine Station?
The Quarantine Station is a unique site which was used as a Quarantine Station from 1833 to 1984. Due to its unique nature, it has a very significant place in Australian history. The Quarantine Station is a heritage site and is situated inside Sydney Harbour National Park.

The Quarantine Station offers history, education, ghost & paranormal tours, accommodation, dining, massage, kayaking, yoga, wedding or conference facilities, a beautiful public beach, a Visitor Centre with a cafe & free historical exhibit plus much more.

Where is the Quarantine Station?
The Quarantine Station is located in Manly, a suburb of Sydney, Australia in an area known as North Head. We are about 20-30 minutes from the CBD.

How do I get to Quarantine Station?
Visit our Getting Here page for information on how to get to the Quarantine Station.