Date: Thursday 16 April 2020
Garden Island became part of Australia’s naval history just 16 days after the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788, firstly as a ships’ garden. Many of the buildings are now overs 100 years old, each with its own history. On arrival we will have a briefing at the Boatshed, then tour the secure precinct area of Garden Island including the Chapel, Captain Cook Dock and Kuttabul Memorial. There is quite a bit of walking involved, and some stairs, not recommended for those with limited mobility. We advise sensible footwear, hat, sunscreen and bottled water to stay hydrated during the tour. Cameras are not permitted.
Light morning tea stop provided en-route by Kiama Scenic Tours.
Lunch stop during the day (your expense).