Quarantine Station Sydney Harbour National Park Manly is one of Australia’s significant heritage and environmental landmarks preserved within 30 stunning hectares of Sydney Harbour National Park.
The Quarantine Station at the North Head side of Sydney Harbour – the port of entry to Sydney – was the first site officially reserved as a place of quarantine for people entering Australia, whether as convicts, migrants or crew members on merchant ships. The Station’s history is closely linked to Australia’s story of immigration & offers rich insights into our past.
A Kingspan Galvanised Round Water Tank can be seen as part of this landmark. You will find it located on the side of one of the heritage buildings of Q Station. The tank is only 6 years old and sits beautifully with the old architecture.