Parramatta Artists’ Studios

The energetic home for creative production in the centre of Western Sydney, Parramatta Artists’ Studios (PAS) has supported hundreds of artists since opening in 2006. PAS provides a supportive studio environment for artists to develop their practices, whilst also connecting them with a community of peers and arts professionals. In 2019, PAS expanded to open

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The Australian Botanic Garden

Welcome to The Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan. Four hundred hectares of Australian plants and lakeside picnic areas; home to the award-winning education and research facility, the Australian PlantBank. The sensation of the late 18th century in the field of botany was the discovery of a new continent filled with exotic plants unknown to the

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The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust is the oldest scientific institution in Australia. We have in our care the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney, which is the nation’s oldest botanic garden, established in 1816 on the site of the first farm in 1788. The Trust also manages the Domain established in 1788 as the Governor’s

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Cockatoo Island

Only a short ferry ride from Sydney’s CBD is Cockatoo Island, Sydney Harbour’s largest island and one of Australia’s most fascinating historical sites. In 2010, Cockatoo Island – along with 10 other Australian convict sites – was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Cockatoo Island was a convict gaol (1839-1869), a reformatory and industrial

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Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios

Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios is a not-for-profit art centre located in the heart of Lane Cove. Funded in part by Lane Cove Council, it is managed by Centrehouse Inc., a local community arts organisation which has been operating art and language classes in Lane Cove for over 45 years. Gallery Lane Cove +

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Royal Australian Navy Heritage Centre

The Navy Heritage Centre is closed for all visitors until further notice.   

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107 Projects

107 Projects is an artist led multidisciplinary creative, cultural and community organisation that operates spaces in Redfern and Green Square. Since opening in September 2012, 107 Redfern Street has welcomed over 200,000 visitors, and provided a platform for more than 25,000 artists to present visual exhibitions, as well as live music, theatre, film, performance, and

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Australian Scout Museum

Scouts have been a part of the Australian community for over one hundred years. Born during Edwardian times in England, the Scout Movement was operating globally by the start of World War 1. Australia was an early adopter, with a number of Boy Scout patrols active in Sydney by the close of 1908 and in

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Lucy Osburn-Nightingale Museum

Originally called the Rum Hospital because convicts were paid to import rum for re-sale, Sydney Hospital was founded as a convict hospital in 1788 and was the first building on Macquarie St. It was completed in 1894 and the two outer wings remain today in the form of The Mint and NSW Parliament House. In

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The Cross Art Projects

The Cross Art Projects foregrounds contemporary work and curatorial projects that reflect the multiple relationships between art and life, art and the public sphere and explores the boundaries of this context. We are attentive to the local without sacrificing the scope of indigenous and international views. Cross Art enhances its projects with conversations, walks and

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Quarantine Station

The historic Quarantine Station is located in Manly on Sydney’s North Head, an area which has important cultural and spiritual significance to the land’s traditional owners. The site is part of the rich history of Aboriginal occupation of the Sydney area. Chosen in 1832 as the ideal site for the development of a quarantine facility, due

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Limelight Gallery

Limelight Gallery is a premier student design showcase for Sydney TAFE students and alumni. We are dedicated to supporting Sydney TAFE artists and designers throughout their learning journey with the exhibition, sale and promotion of works across a diverse range of creative disciplines including: Jewellery, Fashion, Ceramics, Photography, Fine arts and Aboriginal and Torres Straight

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Willoughby Arts Centre & Ewart Gallery

The Ewart Gallery is housed within the Willoughby Arts Centre. The Ewart Gallery, named in honour of the WAC’s founder Joy Ewart, was officially opened in 1996 by artist John Coburn. The purpose of the space is to encourage and stimulate interest in art in the local and wider community and to support and promote

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Vienna Cottage

Vienna Cottage is a rare example of an artisan’s home of the past century. Built in 1871, it was the home of John and Ann Hillman and their five children. They lived in what was a typical tradesman’s cottage, with four rooms in the main building and a detached kitchen and laundry at the back.

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Lindesay

Visit historic Lindesay, built in 1834 and step back into the gracious life of early Sydney. Georgian interiors with their fine Australian and English furniture are complemented by an elegant parterre garden and well tended grounds with uninterrupted Harbour vistas. Below stairs the stone kitchen, servants’ quarters and freshwater well are reminiscent of times very

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Liverpool Regional Museum

Liverpool Regional Museum was established in 1989 with the aim of preserving and promoting Liverpool’s cultural heritage, history and stories through heritage collections, exhibitions and public programs. Today, at no cost, visitors can experience the permanent exhibition “Resonances: objects, lives and stories of Liverpool” as well as a changing program of diverse exhibitions, accompanied by

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Carriageworks

Carriageworks is the largest and most significant contemporary multi-arts centre of its kind in Australia.  Carriageworks engages artists and audiences with contemporary ideas and issues. The program is artist led and emerges from Carriageworks’ commitment to reflecting social and cultural diversity. The Carriageworks artistic program is ambitious, risk taking and unrelenting in its support of

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Peacock Gallery and Auburn Arts Studio

The Peacock Gallery and Auburn Arts Studio includes: two gallery spaces, an arts studio for residencies, an outdoor workshop area and a regular program of exhibitions, workshops and activities. Visit the Peacock Gallery and Arts Studio to experience a World of Art in Auburn with exhibitions and activities reflective of the vibrancy of the diverse

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Brett Whiteley Studio

Explore one of Sydney’s best kept secrets: the Brett Whiteley Studio, where one of Australia’s most celebrated artists of the 20th century lived and worked from 1988 to 1992. The Studio offers visitors a unique insight into the artist through regular changing exhibitions and glimpses of his private world can be seen with his unfinished

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Sexton’s Cottage

Sexton’s Cottage, once used for laying out bodies prior to burial, is now a local history museum, housing research resources on the history of St Thomas’ Cemetery and those buried there. Dedicated in 1848, the cemetery was the first burial ground on the north shore. The land was donated to the Parish of St Leonards by

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