Eryldene Historic House & Garden

Eryldene was the home of scholar and connoisseur Professor E G Waterhouse, and his wife, Janet.  House and garden layout were designed by colonial revivalist architect, Hardy Wilson in 1913 and the place is the result of twenty years remarkable collaboration between client and architect. The whole place is an object of State heritage significance.

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SPASM Museum

Come and visit us to learn about health care in the 19th and 20th centuries. The SPASM (Society for Preservation of the Artefacts of Surgery & Medicine) museum is housed in the heritage 1870’s sandstone buildings at the Victoria Road entrance to the old Heritage site of the Tarban Creek Gladesville Asylum – Building 1 was the gatekeeper’s cottage

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Hornsby & District Historical Society Museum

Visit the Hornsby Shire Historical Society Museum in Kenley Park, Normanhurst to experience hands-on living in the 1930s. Managed by members of the Society, the museum’s permanent displays focus on a typical childhood in a rural district, while the temporary displays highlight the changes in a work and leisure in Hornsby Shire.  Together they provide

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Hawkesbury Regional Museum

Hawkesbury Regional Museum is located in one of Australia’s oldest settlements—the third on mainland Australia after Sydney and Parramatta. The museum explores the social history of the Hawkesbury Region and includes a number of semi-permanent displays and exhibions based around the central themes of ‘Land, River, People’, with objects drawn from the collection of the

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The Great Synagogue Museum

Located within the Great Synagogue itself and founded in the 1980s, the AM Rosenblum Jewish Museum showcases an outstanding collection of Jewish artefacts including textiles, ritual silver and paintings. Exhibitions change periodically. The collection includes embroidered vestments, illuminated addresses, a portrait gallery of former rabbis and presidents, crafted silver rimonim and other ritual objects, photographs

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Sydney Jewish Museum

The Sydney Jewish Museum is dedicated to documenting and teaching the history of the Holocaust. The world-class Museum challenges visitors’ perceptions of democracy, morality, social justice and human rights and places the Holocaust in its historical and contemporary context. Since 1992, the Museum has stood as a memorial to the six million Jews murdered in

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SCG Museum and SCG Tour Experience

  Nestled alongside the heritage-listed Sydney Cricket Ground Members Pavilion, beneath the Ladies Stand, the SCG Museum is dedicated to the unique sporting and social activities that have occurred in the precinct since the 1850s.   The SCG Museum is accessible as part of the dynamic SCG Tour Experience, a 90 minute behind the scenes

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Harry Daly Museum

Through the ages humans have sought to understand the sensation of pain. Aristotle believed pain was caused by evil spirits entering the body via injury. During the Renaissance pain was believed to be a punishment from god. Today we understand that pain is a response that has evolved to ensure the body avoids harm. A message,

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Gallipoli Memorial Club

In 1916 in Sydney, Gallipoli Veterans formed an association for those who had been discharged from the AIF because of wounds received in the Gallipoli campaign. This association together with a number of other groups met for the next 17 years before becoming The Gallipoli Legion of Anzacs (GLA) in 1934. In the years between World

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City of Canada Bay Museum

The Canada Bay Museum features a collection that has been sourced from all over the city and ranges from 1915 to the 1970s. Included in the collection are items that uniquely represent the history of the City of Canada Bay, such as Arnott’s and Bushells memorabilia. Objects on display at the Museum include an extensive

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The EM Lane Nurses’ Museum

Named in honour of Mrs Ethel ‘Stalky’ Lane AM MBE, the Museum’s main objective is to collect, preserve, display and research objects, material and information relating to Australian Military Nursing and the early history of Concord Repatriation General Hospital. The Museum has an interesting collection of nursing uniforms dating to the Boer War. There is

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George Hanna Memorial Museum

When landing or taking-off from Sydney Airport, ever thought about the residents who live just next door? The George Hanna Memorial Museum explores the social history of the area that lies to the immediate east and west of the airport. The Museum holds two temporary exhibitions a year and explores how the area’s changing nature

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The Blacktown City Bicentennial Museum

Originally the first public school to open in Riverstone in 1882 with a compliment of 42 students, this volunteer-run museum displays history from the local area. Displays include material from the historic meatworks, farm machinery, household furniture, sporting memorabilia, books, photos, military memorabilia and more. You can vist by public transport. Check out our website

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Harrington Street Gallery

First established in 1973 by John Ogburn, this co-operative gallery exhibits works from both established and up-and-coming artists who are are allowed to freely show their best work without worrying about commercial constraints. 

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Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas

Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas (SCCI) is a vibrant platform for the exchange of the most challenging and contemporary ideas on fashion and architecture.

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Hazelhurst Arts Centre

Hazelhurst Arts Centre is an exciting initiative of vision and creative energy. Since opening in February 2000, Hazelhurst has established itself as a focal point for visual arts & craft activity in the Sutherland Shire and Southern Sydney generally. Located just 40 minutes south of Sydney CBD near the gateway to the Royal National Park,

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Macquarie University Art Gallery

The Macquarie University Art Gallery was established in 1999 to provide the campus and local communities with a dynamic, changing program of approximately six exhibitions each year that will stimulate, inspire ideas and different ways of thinking.  The Macquarie University Art Collection encompasses modernist works (Australian and International) and emphasises contemporary Australian art practice that

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Penrith Regional Gallery and The Lewers Bequest

Historically the Gallery was the home and property of Australian artists Gerald and Margo Lewers. In the 1940s, the Lewers – two leading artists in the development of modernism in Australian art bought the property and in the 1950s they made it their permanent home and studio. Throughout the 1950s and 1960s the Lewers’ home

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Mosman Art Gallery

Mosman Art Gallery (MAG) is an active and widely respected public gallery and is the major visual arts centre of the Northern Sydney region (home to approximately 850,000 people). In the fifteen years since its establishment as a regional gallery, MAG has presented over 200 exhibitions, averaging between 10 -14 exhibitions per year. MAG has

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Manly Art Gallery & Museum

Manly Art Gallery & Museum presents innovative and distinctive exhibitions and cultural programs, alongside its extensive collection of Australian art, ceramics and beach culture. Located at Manly Cove just along from the wharf, it is the arts and cultural flagship for Sydney’s Northern Beaches and contributes richly to cultural tourism in the region. MAG&M was

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