This museum though small gives an interesting overview of life at the quarantine station. There is a lot of history there that a lot of people would not know about unless they visited the site of the Q Station.
The Luggage Store Museum is well worth the visit. It is located on the wharf at the Q Station. It has an insightful view of thr history of immigration to Sydney in the early days and the roll played by the Quarantine Station.
We stumbled on this small museum when we were walking around historic quarantine station. It has a small but nostalgic collection which is interesting and the coffee shop was a welcome surprise, a lovely spot to sit in the sun and a special view, the...更多
This very interesting museum is free to walk through or you can book a tour. The museum has stored a number of gravestones dating back to the 19th Century. Make sure you also look at the names of ships carved into the rock face outside...更多
When you book your tour, you will see the luggage store and museum. The museum part of the complex is fascinating and full of history. As you approach the cafe and museum be sure to look at the rock wall face where you will see...更多
The coffee's OK, but if you intend to sit down with it, surely they can do better than paper cups? The surroundings are fascinating, though - memories of ships quarantined here carved into the rock are poignant.
We arrived at 1230 for lunch and there was only one sandwich left!! They had sold out and had no intention of making any others it seems. The café advertises that it is open from 10.00 am. Similarly the day before after checking in at...更多