We came here for the day. 3 adults and 3 young children. The weather was glorious so we had a nice walk through the quarantine station, where you can now stay overnight too. Then headed down to the beach. This is a really nice day...More
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Went to the Qstation this weekend with the main purpose of going on a ghost tour. The accommodation was average but clean and comfortable: no complaints but hated going to the outhouse type bathroom after the ghost tour 😱👻 it was extremely creepy. The grounds...More
Loved it! I did this years ago and decided to attend another tour. Again, it was wonderful! We enjoyed learning about the history of the quarantine station and getting to wander around in the night. Great stories and kind of scary! A little longer in...More
Did the Ghostly Encounters tour with Snowy as our guide. Very informative with the history of Q Station and had some great stories, good sense of humour too.
I didnt know what to expect but I was blown away by the beauty of the property, the sad and fascinating history and the beautifully kept and maintained rooms. It was a highlight of my trip to Australia.
Great place. Clean, basic comfortable rooms. Heaters warmed room up perfectly. Very interesting. I didn't do any tours. Everything has information so you get an idea of how the station worked. Breakfast was lovely and Don't go past the restaurant - outstanding. Staff were excellent.
I love a good spine tingling story so I had to go on the two ghost tours this place offers. The Ghostly Encounters was not only spooky, but I learned much about the place and the history. The Extreme Ghost Tours was nice, but I...More
Never knew about this place.We only found out because we stayed at the sebel and the Taste of Manly was on that weekend ,had snack at one of the stalls and the guy said "o we a have a restaurant at the Q station,so we...More