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Doonooch Dance Company
Sydney CBD
This traditional dance company has performed in over 24 countries around the world. The performances present traditional Aboriginal stories in a contemporary setting and feature songs in Monero people language.
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Dredges Cottage
Sydney Suburbs
Come and visit Dredges Cottage. A Veterans Recreation Centre, and the only one of its kind in Australia, Dredges Cottage features and displays memorabilia covering all theatres of conflict from the Boer War in 1902 to Vietnam.
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Ebenezer Church
Ebenezer
Ebenezer Church is Australia's oldest church, est. 1809 at Ebenezer, NSW. It was the first non-conformist then Presbyterian Church in Australia and was a pioneer in education in the colony, beginning a school in 1810.
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Elizabeth Bay House
Sydney CBD
Built between 1835 and 1839, Elizabeth Bay House was known as 'the finest house in the colony'. Designed by the most fashionable and accomplished architect of the day, John Verge, for the Colonial Secretary, Alexander Macleay and his family, Elizabeth Bay House is a superb example of colonial architecture in a magnificent setting overlooking Sydney Harbour.
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Experiment Farm Cottage
Sydney Suburbs
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 farmed the 30 acre site as an experiment in self-sufficiency, proving that a new settler could feed and shelter his family with relatively little assistance to get started.
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Fort Denison
Sydney CBD
Located in Sydney Harbour, Fort Denison, also known as "Pinchgut", is one of Sydney's historic landmarks.
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George 4th Inn and Scharers Little Brewery
Sydney Suburbs
George Harper of 'Abbotsford' built the George IV inn in 1839. The sweeping veranda
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Government House
Sydney CBD
Built between 1837 and 1845, for the Governor of New South Wales, Government House was the most sophisticated Gothic Revival building in the colony.
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Griffin Theatre Company
Sydney CBD
For thirty years, Griffin Theatre Company has been Australia
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Hyde Park
Sydney Suburbs
Hyde Park is Australia's oldest park. Divided by Park Street, the southern section of Hyde Park contains the ANZAC Memorial building and visitor centre, the pool of reflection and numerous monuments and statues. The northern section features the iconic Archibald Fountain and various theme gardens including Sandringham and Nagoya Gardens replete with public art works, monuments and water features.
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