Photodiary: Cockatoo Island, Sydney

Ship building warehouse space on Cockatoo Island, Sydney

Cockatoo Island is a heritage-listed island in Sydney Harbour, approximately 20mins by ferry from Circular Quay. It is essentially a well preserved floating museum showcasing early Australian history (it was used as a ship building dockyard, a convict prison, an Industrial School for girls, and a quarry).

These days it’s become a popular cultural space, hosting events such as the Sydney Biennale, music festivals, comedy festivals; and is a playground for photographers. We followed a group of photographers (via meetup.com) to explore the island and take in the beautiful late afternoon light. Here are some of my snaps.

Cockatoo Island, Sydney

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Ship building warehouse space on Cockatoo Island, Sydney
Cockatoo Island underground tunnel portrait photography
  Cockatoo Island buildings   Cockatoo Island buildings   Cockatoo Island at golden hour   Sydney harbour bridge view from a ferry

Cockatoo Island Sydney sunset

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