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Simmer on the Bay
Sydney CBD
Set within the artistic and restaurant precinct is a venue that combines the best of both. Simmer on the Bay offers an exclusive gallery space with a cafe and menu created by renowned chef Brigid Kennedy. The cafe offers daily sandwich, cake and salad specials as well as take home meals and picnics. The gallery opens from Hickson Road and flows through to harbour views on the other side. The light and space is a relaxed venue in which to view the latest artistic creations of Sydney artists or to host a private function for up to 600 guests.
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St Johns Cathedral
Sydney Suburbs
St. John's Anglican Cathedral is a rather unusual church with twin spires. The site on which the church stands has been used continuously for a house-of-worship since 1803. The foundation stone of the first church on this site was laid in 1799, during Governor King's term of office. It was the only church in the colony until 1809.
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St Matthews Anglican Church
Windsor
St Matthew's Anglican Church has quite rightly been called one of the most beautiful buildings in Australia. Designed by Francis Greenway, under instruction from Govenor Macquarie, the building is a landmark. The grave yard also makes for facinating viewing, with graves of several people who came out with the First Fleet.
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St Stephens Anglican Church
Penrith
The foundation stone of St Stephens Anglican Church was laid in 1837 with the first service held in the courthouse. St Stephens is the 14th oldest church still in use in Australia and is of gothic design. The trig location of Penrith is taken from the north west corner of the church tower.
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State Library Of New South Wales
Sydney CBD
The State Library of NSW is a unique cultural institution with an amazing history and internationally renowned collection.
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State Theatre
Sydney CBD
The State Theatre is without doubt a truly magnificent and unique building. The palatial interiors feature artworks and fixtures of rare significance. The Dress Circle gallery houses artworks by significant Australian artists including William Dobell and Charles Wheeler whilst located in auditorium, the Koh-I-Nor cut crystal chandelier is the second largest on earth, weighing over four tonnes.
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Susannah Place Museum
Sydney CBD
Built in 1844, Susannah Place Museum is a terrace of four houses that incorporates a re-created 1915 corner store. Rare in the city of Sydney, it has a continuous history of domestic occupancy by working class families.
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Sydney Dance Company
Sydney CBD
The contrast between the heritage wharf buildings and the modern choreography of the Sydney Dance Company is extraordinary and surprisingly compatible. The Company is known as one of Australia's most prolific and innovative Company, producing 140 new works since 1976. The ensemble of 18 dancers has met with international acclaim during it's 25 tours. While you are in Sydney take this opportunity to see a performance in their home space.
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Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout
Sydney CBD
Dubbed the original Sydney lookout, due to its position as the highest viewing point in Sydney when the bridge opened, the Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout remains an interesting part of the bridge and Sydney history.
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Sydney Harbour Circle Walk
Sydney CBD
Sydney Harbour is one of the great harbours of the world. This 26 kilometre circle walk and over 45 kilometres of optional loops explores west of the Harbour Bridge to Hunters Hill. It is a truly magnificent walk focusing on the harbour itself
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Scenic Drives and Walks; Sports and Recreation Facilities;

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