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The Mint

The Mint was constructed between 1811–1816 as the southern wing of the Sydney Hospital. Known as the Rum Hospital it was built by private contractors in exchange for an exclusive license to import rum. In 1854 a …


Experiment Farm Cottage

Temporarily closed due to Covid-19 Experiment Farm Cottage stands on the site of the first land grant in Australia, made in 1789 by Governor Phillip to the former convict, James Ruse. By 1791 Ruse had successfully …



Q Station

THE HOTEL WILL BE OPERATIONAL ONCE AGAIN IN A LIMITED CAPACITY. Dine, Explore, Stay, Meet – Discover all Q Station Retreat has to offer…. Recharge and rejuvenate in the reviving atmosphere of Q Station. If …


Cockatoo Audio Tour

Due to Covid-19 Tours are suspended until 31 March Explore Cockatoo Island at your leisure on a self-guided tour. Pick up a brochure from the Muster Station and take a trip around this Sydney landmark. The self-guided …




Mount Tomah Botanic Garden

Visit the Blue Mountains in the height of autumn. Take a guided tour, visit our magnificent nut trees, follow our fun children’s nut trail through the Garden, and warm up with freshly roasted chestnuts and other …



Dance Central Sydney

Temporarily closed due to Covid-19, online classes coming soon. Dance Central SydneyThe heart of world dance in Sydney since 2002 Dance Central offers an extensive range of dance classes, workshops and Entertainment …


Sydney Tower

Because of Covid-19 Sydney Tower is currently closed. But they are still taking future bookings. If you're in Sydney for a day or even a lifetime, the views from Sydney Tower's Observation Deck make for an …


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