Day visitors are welcome to explore the Q Station surroundings to find out more about the historical site, join a History or Ghost Tour, dine at Boilerhouse Restaurant & Bar, enjoy the secluded Quarantine Beach or simply take in the natural beauty of Sydney Harbour National Park.
No driving is permitted on-site.
Visitors who drive to Q Station will be required to park at the main carpark by Reception. A shuttle bus will then be available from Reception to transport visitors to the various venues in Q Station, including Boilerhouse Restaurant & Bar, Visitor Centre Museum & Cafe, Wharf Precinct (for Tours) as well as Conference Rooms. This too applies to visitors taking public transport, who will also arrive at Reception.
Visitors who take the Eco Hopper will arrive directly at Q Station Wharf. From there, the various venues will be easily accessible by foot.
Accessibility for those with limited mobility
Many of the venues have accessibility for guests with limited mobility, including the Museum, part of the Food & Beverage facilities and most buildings within the Wharf Precinct. However, most of the walking tours are not accessible with the exception of the Quarantine Wander Tours (45 minutes tour). Q Station has made the site as accessible as possible within the limits of it being heritage-listed. Please check with Reception (02 9466 1500) or Tours Reservations (02 9466 1551) for further information.
To view the map of Q Station including the shuttle bus stops, click here.