One of Australia’s significant heritage and environmental landmarks, the Quarantine Station in Manly is preserved within 30 stunning hectares of the Sydney Harbour National Park.

Located at the North Head side of Sydney Harbour – the port of entry to Sydney, the Quarantine Station was officially reserved as a place of quarantine for all people entering Australia, from convicts and migrants to crew members on merchant ships. The Quarantine Station’s history is closely linked to Australia’s story of immigration.

A Kingspan galvanised round water tank is located on the side of one of the heritage buildings of the Quarantine Station. Installed just 6 years ago, the galvanised round tank sits beautifully with the old architecture.