Sydney’s magnificent historical buildings are well known. Buildings such as the Sydney Opera House, The Mint, Hyde Park Barracks, the Museum of Contemporary Art and Government House have not only shaped the city, but also the nation.
The Rocks Discovery Museum housed in a restored 1850s sandstone warehouse, tells the story of The Rocks from pre-European days to the present.
Museum of Sydney
Sydney’s heritage and history is presented in an exciting, contemporary context with fascinating exhibitions, films and state of the art technology which tells stories of colonial life and Aboriginal culture.
Dine in Sydney’s Heritage-Listed buildings. Be immersed in the charming history of Sydney by dining in heritage listed buildings. From prisoner hideouts to beach changing sheds these establishments make for great dinner conversation.
Discover the Magic of Sydney Harbour at sundown.
Combine warm Summer evenings, Spring twilights, Autumn sunsets and winter city lights with Harbour Cruising and you have the winning combination with the Harbour Dining Cruises
Sydney Harbour Bridge opened in April 1932, is Sydney’s original icon. Climb the Bridge with day and night climbs, access to the inner heart of our bridge.
Explore Australia’s oldest public building: Old Government House stands in 260 acres of parkland and was built in 1799 as home to the early governors of NSW. The décor and colonial furniture reflects the style of Governor and Mrs Macquarie, who lived there from 1810 to 1821.