• Australian Museum 

    6 College Street
    +61 2 9320 6000
    The Australian Museum is the oldest in Australia and can be found close to the centre of Sydney, in a beautiful sandstone building, just opposite Hyde Park.
  • Australian National Maritime Museum 

    2 Murray Street
    +61 2 9298 3777
    As a nation where about 90% of the population lives coastally, it makes sense that Australia would have a colourful maritime history to learn about.
  • Elizabeth Farm 

    70 Alice Street
    +61 2 9635 9488
    Elizabeth Farm is a beautiful colonial house set, rather unusually, in suburban Rosehill.
  • Hyde Park Barracks 

    Queens Square, Macquarie St
  • Museum of Fire 

    1 Museum Drive
    +61 2 4731 3000
    Located in Penrith and at the foot of the Blue Mountains, the Museum of Fire is a dedication to the ongoing struggle of man against fire.
  • Parramatta Gaol 

    5/16 New Street
    Parramatta Gaol is considered one of Australia’s more important historical sites. Constructed between 1835-1842, it was, until it’s closure in 2011, Australia’s oldest serving gaol. Ownership of the building was transferred to the Deerubbin …
  • Powerhouse Museum 

    500 Harris Street
    +61 2 9217 0111
    Located in the old Ultimo Power Station building adjacent to Darling Harbour, the Powerhouse Museum is the flagship venue of Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS). Its unique and diverse collection spans science, technology, design and decora…
  • Sydney Jewish Museum 

    148 Darlinghurst Road
    +61 2 9360 7999
    The award winning Sydney Jewish Museum documents the history of the Jews in Australia
  • The Mint 

    10 Macquarie Street
    +61 2 8239 2288
    Financed with 45,000 gallons of rum, Governor Macquarie’s ‘Rum Hospital’ provided 200 beds for convict patients. But stuffy, overcrowded and rife with dysentery, it quickly became known as ‘the Sidney Slaughter House’. In this aw…