Tank Stream tours

Tank Stream tours

The Tank Stream was the first supply of water for the colony of Sydney. 

The stream still runs under the city streets today. It is also a place of cultural significance to the Gadigal, the traditional owners of the Sydney Cove area. Available only twice a year this walk takes you through 60 metres of the tunnel that was built by convicts and stonemasons.

The next tank stream tours will take place on Tuesday 15 and Wednesday 16 April 2014. Tours run for 1 hour. Ballot registration essential. Maximum two people per ballot.

Further information:

Tours run twice yearly

Tickets by ballot only

Tuesday 15 April

Sydney Living Museums Image Ballot closed

The Tank Stream was the first supply of water for the colony of Sydney. The stream still runs under the city streets today. It is also a place of cultural significance to the Gadigal, the traditional owners of the Sydney Cove area.

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Wednesday 16 April

Sydney Living Museums Image Ballot closed

The Tank Stream was the first supply of water for the colony of Sydney. The stream still runs under the city streets today. It is also a place of cultural significance to the Gadigal, the traditional owners of the Sydney Cove area.

More