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PO Box 1231
Rozelle NSW 2039
NOTE: Do NOT send anything via post to our office address. We do not have a mail service – your item will be undeliverable and sent back to you.
Our office number will be added here once we are working back in the office following social distancing.
Visit our office
Our office is located on Cockatoo Island, right in the waters of Sydney Harbour! Yes, we feel just a little bit lucky and pleased about that. Known as Wareamah in the Dharug language, which means ‘women’s land’, the stewardship of this extraordinary place was established by the Commonwealth Government and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so even though we’re in Sydney Harbour, we feel a little connected to everywhere.
While we’re close enough to town, we also feel like we’re in another world – we have a small and friendly community here, surrounded by water, no congestion, no public vehicle access, and green space to stroll around (which we regularly do).
We are inspired by being here!
Level 1, Building 30
Sydney NSW Australia
If you’d like to meet with us, it’s a quick and delightful 10 minute ferry trip from Barangaroo, or a quicker 4 minutes from Drummoyne wharf, or 5 minutes from Woolwich wharf. Please get in touch to arrange a time.
Or please just visit and enjoy Cockatoo Island! Aside from the fact that we’re here, you can also enjoy the island cafes, picnicing, glamping, exhibitions, tours or just strolling around. Come have a look!
Acknowledgement of Country
In the spirit of reconciliation Children's Guide acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.