Cockatoo Island Camping

Address: Sydney Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Sydney Harbour, Sydney, is near Cockatoo Island, AAT Kings Sydney Day Tours, Dawn Fraser Pool, and Dawn Fraser Swimming Pool.
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    Wallaby Way, Sydney

    A travel blog entry by blewis.au-nz on May 18, 2015

    8 comments

    ... doing laundry, repacking, and catching up on homework. Already going to have to buy a duffle bag to get all of my things to New Zealand because I’m 10 pounds over their weight limit (40 instead of 50). Very thankful for a washing machine, I definitely didn’t bring enough clothes for a month. We’re on to another full day in Sydney tomorrow as we visit the cities museum and take a tour of Parliament.

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    Convicts, Shipyards and Manly

    A travel blog entry by mariannedave15 on Apr 02, 2015

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... confinement cells and underground cells into which unruly men were dropped, only being brought up every three days. These conditions varied greatly with the comfortable homes and buildings of the staff and their families. The convicts were made to dig grain silos in the sandstone rocks by being lowered down into the depths below. If they did not achieve their daily quota they were not hauled back to the surface until they had! In 1880 construction of ...

    Surfs up!

    A travel blog entry by onewaytooz on Mar 09, 2015

    9 photos

    ... meant we had to do more than normal paddling out to get past the wave breaks, this is also harder for beginners because a. Paddling out is one of the hardest parts and b. The instructor can't stand next to you, they have to swim, so it's harder for them to help. But in the end he said I did great! I lasted the entire 2 hour lesson and the other guys quit early, so go me! Haha I didn't quite get up, rode a number of waves on my knees and was able ...

    WE'RE IN AUSTRALIA!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Feb 19, 2015

    13 photos

    ... the room is a LOT more spacious and we have a bathroom just between the four of us in our room - so it's looking a lot better. It's funny how we are already in our 3rd hostel in our 4th night, but we are so used to moving about after Thailand so it's fine. We are going to stay here a couple of nights, see how we like it, and book in for longer if it's good. (We really need to stop being picky haha!) Anyway, off to plan our day and evening out to see some more of is incredible City ...

    The Powerhouse Museum and the Chinese Garden

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Feb 10, 2015

    21 photos

    ... Kori said that it was strange to see so many Aussies dressed in suits! It turned out that we had spent more time in the Powerhouse and the Chinese Garden than we had realised and the gallery was closed, so we started to head back to Warringah. We had time to buy a sorbet before climbing aboard the Manly ferry. We watched the harbour drifting by and gazed at the sail boats leant right over returning to their berths for the ...