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Farm2Fork - 28 March 2019

Cockatoo Island | Industrial Precinct
Sydney Harbour, Australia

Cockatoo Island is a UNESCO world heritage-listed island in the middle of beautiful Sydney Harbour. It is the largest island in Sydney Harbour, located at the junction of the Parramatta and Lane Cove Rivers just a short ferry ride from Circular Quay or Darling Harbour.

Ferry transport

Rabobank will arrange ferry transportation to/from the island for Summit delegates, departing from Wharf 9, Darling Harbour. When you register for the event you will have the option to select a pickup time in the morning to travel across to Cockatoo Island. At the conclusion of the Summit, and following the dinner that evening there will be ample transport available back to Wharf 9, Darling Harbour.

Harbour City Ferries also run regular public ferry services to Cockatoo Island every day of the week, departing from Circular Quay and Darling Harbour, as well as from wharves along the F3 Parramatta River ferry route. You will require an Opal card to board this service. For up to date information about getting to Cockatoo Island, visit their website.

Alternatively, you may wish to book a Water Taxi to collect you from a convenient harbour side location. We recommend Fantasea Yellow Water Taxis or H2O Maxi Taxis


Ferry to Cockatoo Island

Important note

Cockatoo Island is a former industrial site. Please take care and watch out for uneven surfaces, trip hazards and cliffs, and avoid entering unauthorised areas of the precinct. Closed in shoes must be worn by all visitors to the island.

Cockatoo Island