Enjoy a mid-week stroll through one of the first settlements established by the First Fleet. The Rocks, as Sydney's oldest suburb with all the heritage architecture, is now Sydney's major tourist destination. However, if you are someone who would love to know more about The Rocks than what the tourism industry has to offer, come join our walk and you will discover much more about Sydney's past, present and future!
Stroll with us through the hilly terrain and see how heritage and contemporary architecture co-exists in harmony. Discover the marks left on the district by the plague of 1900 and major infrastructure projects such as the wharves and the harbour bridge. We will also witness the metamorphosis of the area into new residential, commercial, recreational and cultural uses of the 21st Century after the port facilities moved away in both Walsh Bay and Barangaroo.
Location: Meet at the Harbourside Forecourt of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA)
Time: 10.00am - 12.00pm
Date: Wednesday 17 February 2016
Tickets: $20 (Public) / $15 (Seniors & students) / AAA Members Free
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- Article: AAA
- Image: View of the Barangaroo development
- Photographer: Vanessa Couzens