First inhabited in 1788 by a biscuit stealer, Fort Denison was an isolated prison for Sydney's most dangerous convicts. Also ... More
First inhabited in 1788 by a biscuit stealer, Fort Denison was an isolated prison for Sydney's most dangerous convicts. Also known as "Pinchgut" due to the meager rations given to its prisoners, the island has a grim history of incarceration. These days, the island is a part of Sydney Harbour National Park and visitors are offered a cannon museum, a bell tower, a working tide gauge, a beautiful view and cafeteria. Bookings essential.
Nielsen Park is a Sydney Harbour Park, located in the suburbs of Vaucluse and is a favorite recreation area. Near
Nielsen Park is located the historic 1851 residence, Greycliffe House, a major attraction.
Built in 1858, the Observatory operated until the 1980s and gained an international reputation for its work. This elegant, sandstone
complex is now part of the Powerhouse Museum. The permanent exhibition, by the light of the southern stars', is ...
Like every Chinatown across the globe, this area in central Sydney is famous for its Chinese restaurants, antique shops and
annual festivals. The area has a distinct Chinese look to it, between the architecture and colorful items on sale ...
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