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As an island nation, Australia has a very strong maritime heritage. Through a series of displays, hands on exhibits, computer games and a cinema, learn how influential seafaring has been to Australia. Enter underwater world submarines, climb a 19th century lighthouse and climb aboard a destroyer. There is a lot to see and do in more »
Hyde Park Barracks was designed and built by convict labour, and is one of Sydney’s most elegant historic buildings. Once housing over 15,000 male convicts between 1819 and 1848, here you can discover what it was truly like to be a convict. Find out how they lived and how they were punished in this ‘museum more »
The Justice and Police Museum is the site of the original settlement of convicts from the old world. It showcases Sydney’s most spectacular crimes in grisly realism. Visit the police charge room and cells, see a gallery of mug shots of Sydney’s early criminals and an array of spine-chilling weapons. It also houses weird and more »
The Manly Art Gallery holds temporary exhibitions designed to stimulate everyone’s eyes and mind. These include international touring exhibitions, high profile satellite exhibitions from major state galleries and shows curated by the Manly Art Gallery & Museum. The museum is dedicated to preserving Manly’s unique history as one of Australia’s best loved beach resorts.
Designed by one of Sydney’s best-known architects, Richard Johnson of Denton Corker Marshall, this modern museum sits on one of Australia’s most important sites. Here Australia’s first Government House was built in 1788 as a home and office for the colony’s Governor, Arthur Phillip. The museum forecourt, known as First Government House Place, preserves the more »
Sydney’s most popular museum will inspire, inform and amaze. Featuring fashion, decorative arts, design, science, popular culture, technology, Australian social history and Indigenous creativity, there’s something for everyone. Vibrant modern and fully interactive, the vast collection acquired over almost 125 years includes an extraordinary array of treasures, oddities and innovations from Australia and around the more »
Located in the heart of The Rocks, Susannah Place is a rare surviving example of a simple working-class terrace. Built in 1844, by Irish immigrants and continuously occupied until 1990 this typically English terrace was home to over 100 different families. The museum tells the stories of the often overlooked lives of working class people more »
The Sydney Opera House is not only the most recognisable building in Australia, but it is also one of the world’s great performing arts centres. Venture inside on a guided tour for a journey through the extraordinary history, breathtaking architecture and unseen workings in the daily life of this remarkable and fascinating building.
A three storey castellated sandstone house, Vaucluse House is the only surviving 19th century harbourside estate with house, stables, laundry and gardens intact. This magnificent house is set in ten of its original 206 hectares and is a most civilised place to take afternoon tea.