One night in 1942, 3 midget submarines entered Sydney Harbour to attack naval vessels docked there. Find out the rest of the story on this tour into Sydney's history, in Sydney Harbour National Park.
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Take a fascinating tour of Goat Island, an iconic Sydney landmark in Sydney Harbour National Park.
- Fees apply. Free park entry.
Tours run 10.35am to 1.10pm
2019 tour dates:
Sunday 5 May, Sunday 19 May, Sunday 2 June, Sunday 16 June, Thursday 27 June, Sunday 7 July, Sunday 21 July, Thursday 25 July, Sunday 4 August, Sunday 18 August, Thursday 22 August, Sunday 1 September, Sunday 15 September, Thursday 26 September, Sunday 6 October, Sunday 20 October, Thursday 24 October, Sunday 3 November, Sunday 17 November, Thursday 21 November, Sunday 1 December, Sunday 15 December and Thursday 19 December 2019.
2020 tour dates:
Sunday 5 January, Thursday 9 January, Thursday 16 January, Sunday 19 January, Thursday 23 January, Sunday 2 February, Thursday 6 February, Sunday 16 February, Thursday 20 February, Sunday 1 March, Sunday 15 March, Thursday 19 March, Sunday 5 April, Sunday 19 April, Thursday 23 April, Sunday 3 May, Sunday 17 May, Thursday 28 May, Sunday 7 June, Sunday 21 June and Thursday 25 June 2020.
- Sydney Harbour National Park in Sydney and surrounds
These school holidays, bring the kids on this family friendly, 4km guided walk in Garigal National Park, near St Ives in Sydney's north. Pack a picnic lunch to enjoy when we reach the Cascades.
Join an NPWS guide on the historic boat, Gargarle, for a fascinating tour of three islands in Sydney Harbour. The Gargarle was built in the 1950s to transport maritime workers to and from Goat Island.
Join us for a family friendly guided walk from Lindfield Station to Garigal National Park along Two Creeks track. You'll walk 10km over 4hrs. It's ideal for adults and children, aged 12 years and over.
Do you love stories about long ago? If you do, this WilderQuest holiday adventure's for you. We'll take a trip to Goat Island and into Sydney's past.
This series of 3 walks starts in Manly and finishes at Barrenjoey Lighthouse in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Are your ready for stage 2? On this section we'll walk 12km from Dee Why to Mona Vale.