The Royal Botanical Gardens were opened in 1816 by Governor Macquarie, and have been open to the public every day since.
Located next to the publ... more
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most iconic landmarks in Sydney, and is located on Bennelong Point overlooking Sydney Harbour, around the corn... more
Darling Harbour is one of the largest dining, shopping, and entertainment areas of Sydney.
The harbour is located just a short walk away from the... more
The magnificent State Theatre, located on Market Street in Sydney’s CBD is a 2000 seat theatre that regularly hosts dance, music, musical theatre p... more
The Art Gallery of NSW was established in 1871, and is home to a collection of modern and contemporary works alongside distinguished colonial and 1... more
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music, located on the Royal Botanical Gardens adjacent to Circular Quay is one of the oldest musical institutions in A... more
The Hyde Park Barracks Museum is located on Macquarie Street in Sydney’s CBD, in the area home to historic government buildings of The Mint, Parlia... more
The Mitchell Library
Opened in 1910, the Mitchell Library houses unsurpassed collections of Australiana bequeathed to the people of New South Wale... more
Recently refurbished, the Treasury Building has now been incorporated into the five star Sydney InterContinental Hotel. Combining luxury with a lit... more
Government House is located next to Sydney Harbour, adjacent to the Royal Botanical Gardens and just south of the Sydney Opera House.
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