Saturday 1 September 2018 - Sunday 25 November 2018 – Museum of Sydney
Oil painting of interior with chair, harbour seen in background through windows.
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Museum of Sydney
  • Free wifi
The spectacular views from Sydney’s Lavender Bay have inspired generations of artists who have celebrated its great beauty. In the 1970s and early 80s the waterfront enclave became a bayside bohemia and home to some of Sydney’s most recognisable and celebrated artists.
Rouse Hill House & Farm
Rouse Hill House & Farm
Open Today
10AM-4PM

Visitors young and old will be limited only by their imagination as they add their creations for all to admire inside this exhibition at Rouse Hill House & Farm.

Justice & Police Museum
Justice & Police Museum
Next Open Saturday 22 September 2018
10AM-5PM

Sydney was once infested by safebreakers. Some were sophisticated specialists like Richard Reynolds, who used the latest technology to crack safes. Others like Kong Lee had a more slap-dash approach – stuff the safe with explosives and hope the neighbours don’t complain about the noise when it blows.

Justice & Police Museum
Justice & Police Museum
Next Open Saturday 22 September 2018
10AM-5PM

Sydney’s first European settlers were criminals – not an auspicious start – and the city has maintained its reputation for breeding some of the world’s hardest, most malevolent and cunning crooks.

Hyde Park Barracks Museum
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
Open Today
10AM-5PM
  • Free wifi

Explore Australia’s convict history at the World Heritage-listed Hyde Park Barracks.