Quarantine Station, Point Nepean National Park

Day Use Area

5 from 3 users


Discover the historical precinct with almost 50 heritage listed buildings and artefacts spanning over 150 years. The Quarantine Station was established in 1852. From 1952 the buildings housed the Army Officer Cadet School and later the School of Army Health. Take the 700m coastal track from the Parade Ground to connect to the Bay Trail via Police Point Shire Park. The Quarantine Station has a car park and is close to the entrance of Point Nepean National Park. There are a few picnic tables where you can enjoy lunch, but there are no barbecue facilities in this area. Portable gas barbecues may be used in the Quarantine Station precinct only, except on a declared Total Fire Ban day. Dogs are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking allowed.

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Lat: -38.312982 Lng: 144.696438

User Reviews



No Camping but an amazing place to visit and explore. Beautiful beaches on the Peninsula coastline we took our bikes and rode from Quarantine station all the way to the point. It's flat I. The beginning and Holly but we found by stopping and looking at the sites along the way broke the bike trip up.



Camping development mooted for this site. Wonderful if it happens. But be warned - start saving now!



Fantastic history and views


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