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Camden Park House
Sydney Suburbs
Camden Park House built in 1835 for John and Elizabeth MaCarthur, occupied now by sixth generation descendent. Contains fine antiques both European and Australian. Historic wine cellar still containing original wines.
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Campbelltown Arts Centre
Sydney Suburbs
The Campbelltown Arts Centre, a state-of-the-art facility, is the flagship cultural venue for the Greater Sydney region and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. The Centre hosts an annual program of contemporary arts workshops encompassing music, film, theatre, dance, literature, food and new media. The Centre also hosts a broad spectrum of events, concerts, stage shows, festivals and performances.
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Categories: Classes, Lessons and Workshops; Dining and Eating Out; Galleries, Museums and Collections; Landmarks and Buildings; Parks and Gardens;
Capitol Theatre
Sydney CBD
Don't just come for the show come for a great and total night out! Arrive early and savour a relaxing drink with friends before the show in the elegant and magnificent bars.
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Carss Cottage Museum
Sydney Suburbs
Carss Cottage Museum is set in a mid 19th century stone cottage, housing the Museum of Kogarah Historical Society. Changing displays depict the lifestyle of the 19th and early 20th century.
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Cockatoo Island
Sydney CBD
Recently added to the World Heritage List as part of 11 convict sites, Cockatoo Island is Sydney's largest island, located by ferry from Circular Quay. Unique remnants of the island's history include solitary prison cells, hand carved silos, a guardhouse and convict workshops. The island was also an industrial school, a reformatory and one of Australia's biggest shipyards.
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Cropley House
Baulkham Hills
Cropley House was established in 1926, it is the Hills District most prestigious wedding and function centre.
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Crown Hotel
Sydney CBD
If you are homesick for your local pub try the Players bar. With a 24 hour menu, TAB and gaming room facilities it is sure to fill the void.
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Cumberland County Fair
Sydney Suburbs
The forecourt of the Parramatta Stadium plays host to the newest and most exciting Sunday market to emerge in a rather lean Sunday market feast.
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Categories: Amusement and Theme Parks; Dining and Eating Out; Landmarks and Buildings; Markets; Shopping; Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;
Customs House
Sydney CBD
Customs House is built on the land of the traditional Indigenous owners, the Eora people, and is the site of the First Fleet landing. It is one of the most significant buildings in the history of European settlement in Australia.
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Descendance
Sydney CBD
Descendance preserves and promotes Aboriginal culture. They represent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers from many diverse tribes.
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