Cockatoo Island Accommodation
Cockatoo Island’s waterfront campground, heritage accommodation and conference/meeting venues are operated by the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust (Harbour Trust).
*** CAMPGROUND, HOUSES AND APARTMENTS ***
For details about our short-term accommodation options, including inclusions, maximum guests, rates and extras, visit: cockatooisland.gov.au/stay
For a hassle-free stay, please refer to our accommodation terms and conditions: cockatooisland.gov.au/media/ommgp4un/stay_ci_termsconditions.pdf
*** Conference and meeting venues ***
For details about our conference and meeting room venues, including sizes, capacity, rates and extras, visit: harbourtrust.gov.au/conferences-meetings
Booked a venue at Cockatoo Island for your next meeting or conference? Please familiarise yourself with the Cockatoo Island conferences and meetings terms and conditions: harbourtrust.gov.au/media/2114/conferences_meetings_terms-conditions.pdf
*** GUIDANCE FOR MAKING AN ONLINE BOOKING ***
For useful guidance on how to book accommodation at Cockatoo Island, or one of our conference or meeting venues, visit: cockatooisland.gov.au/media/2112/how-to-make-an-online-booking.pdf
*** FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ***
For answers to frequently asked questions, including information about the island’s cafés, amenities, alcohol rules and smoking policy, see: https://www.cockatooisland.gov.au/en/visit-us/faqs/
*** A NOTE ABOUT EVENTS ON THE ISLAND***
Owing to its historic landmarks, distinctive terrain and sweeping harbour views, Cockatoo Island continues to serve as an iconic backdrop for exciting cultural events, including outdoor. Occasionally, events will necessitate the temporary closure of select areas of the island, result in higher-than-normal foot traffic and/or involve amplified noise.
We take reasonable steps to minimise the impact of event-related disruptions on accommodation guests. These include enforcing enhanced security, controlled access, curfew policies and noise limits. However, it is not always possible to completely mitigate all disturbances.
To help people make informed decisions about booking accommodation with us, we publish ‘disruption notices’ to our Visit Cockatoo Island webpage (cockatooisland.gov.au/en/visit-us/) and list upcoming events on our ‘What’s on calendar’ (cockatooisland.gov.au/en/whats-on/). Despite our best efforts, however, we cannot always guarantee disruption notices and event listings will be exhaustive and current at the time you make a reservation. As such, we cannot offer refunds or accommodation relocations in the event of a disruption.
Please refer to our what’s on calendar and refer to the disruption notices ahead of booking your next stay with us.