Q Station Wildlife Meander Tour

Overview

Starting at the Q-Station reception we head down along Cottage Road to start our bushwalking and visit Issac’s grave and the site of the cemetery hidden amongst the bracken ferns and banksias. It…

Starting at the Q-Station reception we head down along Cottage Road to start our bushwalking and visit Issac’s grave and the site of the cemetery hidden amongst the bracken ferns and banksias.

It is from here that visitors learn more about the incredible biodiversity of Sydney Harbour’s unique flora and fauna. Also, we may have a chance encounter with an adorable echidna, blue tongue lizard or even the gorgeous pygmy possums, which are incredibly cute!

When arriving at Old Man's Hat lookout, visitors will be amazed by not only the harbour views, but the countless inscriptions engraved into the sandstone sea cliff tops by Australia’s early migrants from 1850 to late 1970.

Once we have soaked up the serene vista, we stroll through the bushland to more hidden WWII relics. Here visitors learn about the night when war came to Sydney and we set off back through the scrub into Quarantine Station and down to the Wharf Cafe overlooking Spring Cove where we finish our tour.

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