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Cockatoo Island campground

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To make your visit as easy as possible, book a Camping Package and we’ll set up your campsite for you. All you have to bring are your sleeping bags, pillows and a torch. As soon as you arrive, you're ready to enjoy your stay.

The camping package includes a pre-erected Campmor Hennie Dome tent (2.4 x 2.4m), two mattresses and two camping chairs. Extra camping mats and chairs can be hired from the Accommodation Office. The tents sleep up to two adults and two small children, or up to three adults.

For food preparation, all campers have access to the communal camping kitchen that includes 10 barbeque areas, a fridge, microwave and a boiling water system. You will need to supply your own cooking utensils, cutlery and plates. Campers are welcome to bring their own food but barbeque and breakfast packs can be purchased from Societe Overboard, alongside its broad menu of café-style meals. Our other food outlets also sell a range of food and beverage options, including alcohol, which must be consumed in licensed areas. Ice can also be purchased. There are ample shower and toilet facilities for campers.

If you need anything else, the campground has a range of products for hire, including: sleeping mats, sleeping bags, pillows, towels, chairs, tennis equipment and a small variety of toiletries, ponchos and torches for sale. Remember that our staff are always at hand to help you with anything you might need. Feel free to approach them!

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Check in and check out
Check in: 2:00pm; check out: 10:00am. Please advise if you are arriving after 5:00pm.

Prices - valid until 30 June 2015:

Monday - Thursday:    $89 per night
Friday  - Sunday:        $99 per night

Wheelchair accessibility

The campground area is flat with good wheelchair access around the campground. There is also an accessible toilet and shower. Please be aware, however, that there is a step into the tents which is not suitable for wheelchair access. For more information about access issues talk to our Visitor Centre team when you arrive, or contact Cockatoo Island on stay@cockatooisland.gov.au


For more information, check out our FAQ’s and terms and conditions

Download a copy of the Cockatoo Island pre-visit guide (PDF - 2.7 MB)