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Q Station

Q Station is a contemporary take of the former North Head Quarantine Station. Originally occupied by the Garrigal people, North Head was a meeting place with strong spiritual significance. In the 1830s a quarantine station was established, which operated until 1984.

Migrants suspected of carrying contagious disease were quarantined at the site to protect the local Sydney community from infection.

Originally chosen for its isolation and safe anchorage options, the site today comprises 65 buildings, several archeological sites and spectacular vantage points for viewing Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Harbour National Park.

The perfect location for your conference event or wedding Celebration Q Station will enthrall your delegates and guest with jaw dropping views of the world's prettiest harbour from every vantage point.

Now leased and in the care of the Mawland Group, the site has been transformed into Q Station, a place for powerful, rejuvenating experiences to explore the future by connecting the past to the present.