Due to COVID-19 government requirements, our bookshops and office will be closed until further notice. 


Come along for an interesting 2 hours learning of the Industrial heritage of Cockatoo Island with David Jehan.

Cockatoo Island is located on Sydney Harbour at the junction of the Parramatta and Lane Cove Rivers, Hear of its earliest years serving as a convict penal establishment to its current UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

Ship building commenced on Cockatoo Island in 1870 and continued until 1993. Stewardship of the Island was passed to the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust in 2001 and is now a harbour tourist attraction.

Meet at the Circular Quay Station entrance at 10.15am to take the 10.37am Sydney Ferries service to Cockatoo Island.

Use your Opal Card for transport to and from the Island.

Bring a picnic lunch or purchase your requirements at the cafe on the Island.

You can leave at your leisure following our guided tour or stay on should you wish to do further exploring.


Members and their Guests       $30.00 ………..

Non Members                          $35.00 ………..

Total (incl GST)          $ ………..

Covid 19 social distancing regulations will apply to all travel. Maximum of 20 persons per tour group



Book early, as positions are limited

Mail Booking to ARHS Tours P.O. Box 206 ALEXANDRIA NSW 1435 or Book On Line

Book in person at ARHS Book Shops at Grand Concourse Central Station & 5 Henderson Rd Alexandria

Download Booking Form
  • 17/04/2021