Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, Clark Island has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
This tiny island, which spans less than one hectare in size, is a historic spot and one of Sydney’s most beautiful destinations.
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Even though his vegetables were stolen, the Lieutenant’s name remains on the island today. Presently, the island is a stunning recreational location for locals and foreigners who appreciate tranquillity and would love to soak in the island’s captivating beauty.
Take a day’s trip to Clark Island and enjoy an outdoor picnic with family and friends. Alternatively, take a stroll through the island’s unique viewpoints as you soak in its rich history. It is like walking back in time to when Clark tended to his vegetable gardens more than a hundred years ago.
Wander across the bushland pathways, where suddenly it feels like you have stepped into a postcard with some of the most beautiful views of the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Make sure you carry your camera along with you on this adventure!
For a location this beautiful, it is not too hard to imagine a wedding on Clark Island. If you want an enchanting venue with spectacular views, you can’t go wrong with this island. Make great memories, enjoy the scenery and get amazing photographic shots – all in one location. You may also take a cultural tour of the island alongside the Tribal Warrior Crew for a magical experience.
Clark Island is open daily between sunrise and sunset, with entry fees charged at $7 per person for all vessels. Note that wharf access is used solely for passengers only with a maximum of 30 people per group. Make sure you book ahead to enjoy a day at the island.