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    Venue Name: Cockatoo Island
    Street Address1: Parramatta & Lane Cove River
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    Suburb: Cockatoo Island
    Postcode / Zip: 2000
    Region: New South Wales
    Country: Australia
    Business Days: MON,TUE,WED
    THUR,FRI,
    Opening Hours: 9am - 5pm
    Features & Facilities
    Entry Fee: Yes
    BBQs: Yes
    Kiosk/Cafe: Yes
    Shade: Yes
    Showers: Yes
    Toilets: Yes
    Tables: Yes
    Drinking Water: Yes
    Benches/Seating: Yes
    Bike/Skateboard
    track:
    Yes
    Category
    Attractions: Yes
    Park: Yes
    Age Suitability
    3-5 Years, 6-9 Years, 10 Years,
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    Cockatoo Island is the largest island in Sydney Harbour. Located at the junction of the Parramatta and Lane Cove rivers, Cockatoo Island is a former imperial prison, industrial school, reformatory and gaol. It is also the site of one of Australia's biggest shipyards during the twentieth century. The first of its two dry docks was built by convicts and was completed in 1857. The island's maritime industrial activity ceased in 1992. For more information, visit: http://www.weekendnotes.com/cockatoo-island/