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Cockatoo Island is a Heritage Listed island in Sydney's western harbour. You can get there easily by ferry and once on the island there's a lot to explore. The island has been used for shipbuilding for many years and is now a massive museum! Many ... 

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Welcome to Cockatoo Island

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

The sign welcoming you ashore.

Crane Reflection

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

It's nicer in the daytime!

Art Exhibition

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

There are often art, music and food festivals on the island.

Visiting vessel

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

It probably looked like this 100 years ago. Except is was black and white ;-)

The ferry

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

This is your passage out.

Campground

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

The big building is the BBQ area.

It was creepy at night

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

the place is deserted - fun!

The boys and their home.

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

The tents were dry and comfortable.

Dry dock from above

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

you can see the thing they rotate to close it off so it can be drained.

Some old machines and parts

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

This kind of cool stuff is scattered all over the place.

Another Dry Dock

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

With Balmain the the background.

Dry Dock

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

That's Sydney in the background.

Building at night

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

there are lots of huge buildings like this you can explore.

The Keep

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

escape from the convicts and await rescue!

One of the two tunnels

October 2010

Jeff
Australia

There is some historical artifacts along the way.

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