Built in 1845, this beautiful building, fronting Circular Quay, served for 100 years as Sydney's revenue collecting offices. ... More
Built in 1845, this beautiful building, fronting Circular Quay, served for 100 years as Sydney's revenue collecting offices. Featuring a five-storey atrium, offices, shops, three eateries and a bar, its cultural attractions include the City Exhibition Space, Object Galleries and djamu Gallery. The Barnet Long Room features live music and theatrical performances. Cost: Many of the exhibitions are free though some may have a small charge. Musical performances are usually around AUD10.
Fantastic views! Located in Sydney's major tourist destination, Circular Quay. Close to the Sydney Opera House, ferry wharves and the heart of Sydney's city. Incredible new modern designs with a exact replica model of Sydney's city and all of its buildings under a huge glass panel in the floor. (You can walk over the city!)
Owned by the City of Sydney government and currently undergoing a massive transformation towards a new modern image.
New extensive library facilities with public access internet on modern freestanding computers scattered across all floors of the building. Exhibitions and events concerning Sydney and its history each week. Top floor has the famous Cafe Sydney with excellent food and consistently great reviews. Downstairs, Quay Bar has also received exceptional reviews.
A must see for any tourists visiting Sydney. Customs House is a step ahead in the modernisation of Sydney.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian
traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the ...
This newly renovated Victorian boarding house is budget accommodation at its very best. The welcoming hallway of stripped pine and
stained glass is a delight, and all rooms are tastefully furnished. Needless to say it is very popular. In ...
Located on the site of Australia's first Government House, the Museum of Sydney looks back into the past of Sydney.
The building itself was demolished in 1846 but in 1983, archaeologists unearthed the original footings. The Museum's interpretation is ...