Ghost Tour at North Head Quarantine Station
From the 1830s to 1984 migrant ships arriving in Sydney with suspected contagious disease anchored inside North Head and off-loaded passengers and crew into quarantine to protect local residents from the threat of infection.
After several weeks most passengers were released to settle as Australian residents. Some passengers experienced a first class resort, making new friends and sharing dreams of a bright new future. For others it was a far more frightening experience of disempowerment, disease and death.
Meeting up with the RPM Chapter, we will experience the Ghost tour to finally answer the question "Is the quarantine station really haunted ?"