Relax. Unwind. Rejuvenate. @ Q Station ManlyLeave the hectic world behind. Experience the magic of Sydney Harbour from the privacy of your own room. Wake up to the tranquil, wild beauty of Sydney Harbour National Park. Visualise a rich past while enjoying the comfort of contemporary conveniences. Q Station is the ultimate way to experience this unique site, with everything you could want in a getaway.
Q Station's Manly accommodation options all offer privacy, contemporary comfort and a truly unique setting to facilitate your complete experience of relaxation and rejuvenation. Choose from rooms with panoramic views of Sydney's incredible harbour, the grounds or the historic buildings of Q Station.
Enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast at Views, Q Station's guest restaurant, located in the refurbished former 2nd Class lounge. Guests can seat outside on the balcony or inside in air conditioned comfort.
Parking is available near Reception, no driving is allowed onsite. Shuttle buses are available to transport you to your room.
Valentines Day 2015 @ Q Station ManlySpoil your special someone with a delicious, romantic dinner at Sydney's historic Boilerhouse Harbourside Restaurant & Bar this Valentines Day.
Enjoy a delectable 3 course set menu for $125.00 per person. Celebrate this romantic evening with a glass of champagne, included with your meal.
Indulge in a romantic evening away from it all - just the two of you - while we take care of the rest.
Weddings at Q Station Manly
Come ashore by boat. Be married on the heritage wharf overlooking idyllic Quarantine Beach, or on the picturesque grassy slopes of North Head, with stunning views of Sydney Harbour as your backdrop.
From something small and intimate to a banquet for up to 180 people, Q Station's all-inclusive wedding packages can include the ceremony, as well as a range of reception choices.
Conferences at Q Station Manly
Q Station Sydney Harbour National Park - Manly is positioned on 36 hectares of Sydney Harbour National Park at North Head, our spectacular site encompasses the history, life and the cultural significance of Sydney Harbour and its environs. Q Station is a unique retreat and conference centre, with beautifully refurbished heritage accommodation spread over several different precincts allowing guests to explore and experience this expansive location
Set in an exceptionally private and significant natural heritage environment, Q Station is perfect for hosting meetings, seminars, product launches, team building and unique celebratory events, including themed parties and functions. With a beach and wharf onsite, it is the ideal setting for memorable functions or events.
Choose from 13 individually presented, beautifully detailed historic meeting rooms, with variable space and all featuring natural light, opening windows and verandas; superb banqueting options and the choice of dining venues and break-out areas. Some functions rooms offer sweeping views of Sydney Harbour. Our largest venue is the rustic Governor Bourke Ballroom, built in the 1880’s, which can cater for 140 cabaret style.
Just 35 minutes from central Sydney, 5 minutes from Manly Beach and with ferry access to Circular Quay. Q Station is one of Australia’s significant heritage and environmental landmark’s preserved within 36 stunning hectares of Sydney Harbour National Park.
When planning your next event, our dedicated team will ensure your expectations are exceeded with a successful outcome
Zoo2Q - A Guided Overnight Walk in Sydney Harbour National Park
Zoo2Q is a collaboration between some of Australia’s most experienced and passionate tourism operators who are just crazy for Sydney Harbour.
Be enthralled with with stories of Sydney’s wildlife and history, creating memories you will want to revisit time and again.
Tours at Q Station ManlyRelive the lives of internees that were quarantined at North Head during the 1800s.
Q Station offers a variety of tours from historic day tours, tours for school & vacation care groups to ghost & paranormal tours.
Read more about our History, Education, Ghost & Paranormal Tours - on the Quarantine Station website.