This Saturday join the Australian Architecture Association on its McMahons Point Walk. McMahons Point is a small lower north shore peninsula jutting into Sydney Harbour, flanked on the west by Berrys Bay, on the east by Lavender Bay and terminated at the tip by Blues Point.. The history of this suburb started in the late 1800's. It was a popular place to catch a ferry to the city before the Harbour Bridge came along.
This suburb was known for its boat building and maritime activities. Now, it is predominantly a residential suburb, made up of a variety of housing stock from small stone cottages, terrace houses to high rise apartments, all enjoying outstanding views of the harbour.
Blues Point Tower designed by the late Harry Seidler in 1961, is a well known landmark for McMahons Point. It was Australia's tallest residential building until 1970.
If you are a local or visitor to Sydney, don't miss this opportunity to wander through McMahons Point and enjoy a wonderful variety of housing types which are waiting to be discovered.
Location: Meet at Blues Point Hotel, 116 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point, NSW 2060
Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Date: Saturday 9 September 2017
Tickets: $20 (Public) / $16 (Senior/Student) / AAA Members Free
To book your tickets for the tour click here.
- Article: Vanessa Couzens
- Images source: The Australian Architecture Association