Sydney Bus Museum

Step inside the over 100 year-old Leichhardt Tramshed to see our extensive collection of vintage buses, view our World War II exhibition and experience a ride aboard a vintage double-decker bus across the ANZAC Bridge to the CBD and return. Vintage double-decker bus rides depart regularly from the main Museum entrance for a 30-minute round trip to the Queen Victoria Building

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Home@735 Gallery

Home@735 is an art gallery located in a terrace house in Sydney’s Redfern East. We promote select interstate and unrepresented local artists and the finest of recent graduates through our unique space, online platforms, exhibition documentation and commissioned texts. The combination of scale and nature of the venue bridges the gap between audience and artist.

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NORTH Contemporary Art Space

NORTH Contemporary Art Space is a non-profit, artist-led gallery, in North Sydney. North Sydney council has provided NORTH with a space through their pop-up shop program. NORTH is a site for experimentation, for new work to be tested and for new ideas and themes within contemporary art to take flight in an affordable space for

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Addison Road Community Organisation

Addison Road Community Organisation is a dynamic grassroots development organisation that manages a unique heritage site on the lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation in Sydney’s Inner West. Its nine-acre site was won for community use in 1976 by an alliance of ethnic welfare groups, local residents, activists, artists and people working

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Bondi Pavilion Gallery

“There’s more to Bondi Beach than babes and waves…the beachside burb brings it on the cultural and playful front.” -Time Out Sydney Located in the iconic heritage listed Bondi Pavilion Building Bondi Pavilion Gallery hosts an international audience with visitors from all walks of life. Boasting enormous visitation Bondi Pavilion Gallery is a creative hub

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Concordia Gallery

Concordia Gallery is located on Stanmore road opposite Newington College. It is an exhibition space committed to showcasing emerging, established and international artists and explorative art education models. Concordia Gallery offers a range of artist in residency programs that provides unique opportunities for artists to engage with a well-resourced educational community. 

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Whitlam Institute and Female Orphan School

The Whitlam Institute, located in the historic Female Orphan School (1813), is fast-becoming an important centre of contemporary ideas, historical inquiry and the arts, and occupies a unique position in Western Sydney. Visitors can explore objects from the Whitlam Prime Ministerial Collection on display in the A Changing Australia exhibition, as well as an impressive

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Newington Armory

Newington Armory is a heritage-listed former naval armaments depot that has been reborn as a unique arts venue.  It offers the Armory Gallery, once a WWII explosives store, now transformed into a 500 sqm contemporary art gallery, and Building 20, a 19th Century gunpowder magazine, that presents site-specific installations and smaller exhibitions.

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Museum of Freemasonry

Discover a hidden universe. The hidden mysteries and secrets of Ancient Freemasonry. A collection spanning over 200 years and including the Archives, Museum, Gallery and Library of the Freemasons of Australia. All housed in a building considered the finest example of Brutalist Architecture in the Southern Hemisphere. There is a free audio app available for

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Museums & Galleries of New South Wales

We have two client groups; visitors who go to museums, galleries and Aboriginal keeping places and those who operate one. So our website is built in two parts – a public site which is all about cultural tourism and a sector site for resources and support so that cultural institutions can grow and develop. We

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Verge Gallery

Verge Gallery is a not for profit space provided by the University of Sydney Union. Situated on University of Sydney’s Darlington campus, Verge engages with a wealth of creative academic thinking and dialogue through a diverse exhibition calendar and extensive public programs. Verge Gallery exhibits engaging and dynamic shows, providing critical dialogue around creative practice and

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Anzac Memorial Hyde Park

The Anzac Memorial was created as a place to remember the Great War (1914 – 1918). Completed in 1934  the Memorial is both a work of art and a remarkable piece of architecture. Designed by Australian architect Charles Bruce Dellit in collaboration with George Rayner Hoff, an English sculptor, the memorial is a key site

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Culture at Work

CULTURE AT WORK ® is an Artist-led Australian Research Institute. Culture at Work is an art science idea creative hub with a mission and vision to connect art and science through artists and scientists with young people through collaborations, studio residencies, exhibitions, public talks and public programs. CULTURE AT WORK ® is a ground breaking artist led

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Artbank

Artbank is a one of a kind, Australian Government support program that acquires the works of art of living, contemporary artists from Australia. The Artbank collection of almost 10,000 works is available to the general public through a leasing program, and one hundred percent of the leasing fees go back into supporting Australian artists. Artbank

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Foyer Exhibition Space

Foyer Exhibition Space hosts a wide range of exhibitions about Willoughby, by Willoughby residents, or on things of interest to the community. The program is curated by Willoughby City Council’s Curatorial & Administration Assistant as well as welcoming exhibitions by members of the public. It runs all year round and the exhibitions are continually changing,

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Trades Hall

The Trades Hall provides an insight into the history of trade unionism and its centrality to social justice, democracy and human rights in today’s world. The Hall houses a fascinating collection of historical, trade union banners, badges, campaign material, important documents and books. The building is open Monday to Friday with changing exhibitions on show

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Australian Centre for Photography

For forty-five years the Australian Centre for Photography (ACP) has been the leading advocate for photography and photo media. It has supported and promoted contemporary artists, educated audiences and students of photography, and inspired conversations through lens-based creative practices. The ACP presented the first major retrospectives of photographs by Max Dupain, Olive Cotton and Mervyn

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Scratch Art Space

Scratch Art Space operates from a warehouse located in Marrickville and has been running since 2002. There are five studios and an upstairs venture space with a diverse range of activities and events. We hold art courses and workshops and our street front gallery always has something worth stopping for. Drop by and see us!

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The Australian PlantBank

The Australian PlantBank is a science and research facility of the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust and is located at the Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan. It houses the Trust’s seedbank and research laboratories that specialise in horticultural research and conservation of Australian native plant species, particularly those from New South Wales.  

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Delmar Gallery

Since 1969, Delmar Gallery has run an annual program of curated contemporary art exhibitions featuring local and international artists.  It is part of Trinity Grammar School’s Society of the Arts, which has presented concerts, exhibitions and other cultural events in Sydney’s inner west since 1951.

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