Events on 19 May 2017 - Page 5

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Susannah Place Museum

Located in the heart of The Rocks, Susannah Place is a rare surviving example of a simple working-class terrace. Built in 1844, by Irish immigrants and continuously occupied until 1990 this typically English terrace was…


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Transformations: Art of the Scott Sisters

Transformations: Art of the Scott Sisters, showcases our incredible collection of work by prominent 19th century natural history artists, sisters Helena and Harriet Scott. During the exhibition join one of the…


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Ghost Night at Old Government House

As you wander through the candlelit corridors and rooms of this 217 year old residence, sense the presence of Australia’s first governors, their families, the military, the convicts who worked the Domain –…


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Student Fashion Exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum

Discover the next generation of Australian fashion designers at Student Fashion, opening at Powerhouse Museum 27 March. The exhibition will showcases outfits from top students from four Sydney-based fashion design…



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Escape From Pompeii: The Untold Roman Rescue

In 79 AD Mount Vesuvius erupted, spewing huge waves of volcanic ash over the Bay of Naples. One of Rome's greatest writers and scientists, Pliny the Elder, was stationed across the water from Pompeii at Misenum. Not…


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200 Treasures of the Australian Museum

200 TREASURES OF THE AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM--Uncover hidden stories in the newly-restored Westpac Long Gallery--New permanent exhibition opens October 14, 2017Australian Museum, 1 William Street, SydneyFree after general…


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Pittwater Ferry Trip

Catch the Church Point Fery Service and see the beautiful Scotland Island and magnificent Western Foreshores. The ferries depart from Church Point hourly on the half hour all day, every day, to take residents and…



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