Located opposite Hyde Park Barracks Museum, St James' Church was originally designed in 1819 as a courthouse. Architect ... More
St James' Church
Located opposite Hyde Park Barracks Museum, St James' Church was originally designed in 1819 as a courthouse. Architect Francis Greenway was forced to convert it to a church to hold services for convicts from the Barracks. Samuel Marsden, the infamous flogging parson, was Senior Chaplin here. The Church has had many restorations, both interior and exterior, and additions such as the Children's Chapel. It is one of the most beautiful pieces of architecture in central Sydney.
A masterpiece of Gothic architecture, the foundation stones for St Mary's Cathedral were laid by Governor Lachlan Macquarie in 1821.
The cathedral finally opened in 1900, although work continued until 1928 and really only recently finished. Wardell's original design ...
Located on historic Macquarie Street, Sydney's Parliament House comprises a complex of buildings, dating from 1816 to the mid 1980's.
A guided tour is available on Parliamentary non sitting days and includes The Legislative Council Chamber (Upper House) and ...
This Australian location is a pilgrimage destination for visitors around the world; however it is a fully functional and operational
cemetery first. In spite of its local, state, and national significance and being a treasure trove of history Waverley ...
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