The first decades of the 20th century saw countless buildings from our colonial past torn down, this exhibition in Sydney places the 1902 artists’ paintings alongside the commissioned photography, inspection reports and remodelling plans.
Winners of the 2010 Greater Sydney Tourism Awards for Heritage and Cultural tourism.
The Old Great North Road in the Hawkesbury region NSW is the best surviving example of an intact convict-built road with massive structural works, which remains undisturbed by later development.
World heritage listing for Australian Convict Sites, that presents the best surviving examples of large-scale convict transportation and the colonial expansion of European powers through the presence and labour of convicts.
There are plenty of city walking tours in Sydney on offer, and lots of opportunities to explore magnificent walking tracks free of crowds.
New South Wales’ national parks and regional tourism will both benefit from the passing of the National Parks & Wildlife Amendment Bill 2010.
Funding from the NSW Minister for Lands Tony Kelly to help upgrade the historic lighthouse on Crookhaven Headland.
Changing displays and traveling exhibitions along with a historic classroom, aiir raid shelter and the Stockman’s Hut at Wollongong NSW.