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Walk Sydney's Architecture during SYDFEST 2020

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The Sydney Festival - SYDFEST 2020 takes place 8-26 January. and there's no better way to celebrate the city than with an architectural walking tour. The AAA has some great walks on offer.

THE ROCKS WALK

Explore Sydney's oldest residential suburb on The Rocks Walk, taking place 10.00am - 12.00pm Friday 10 January.

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CASTLECRAG WALKING TOUR 1

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Discover Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffins' vision for a garden suburb on the Castlecrag Walking tour 1, 2.00pm - 4.00pm Saturday 11 January.

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ULTIMO WALK

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Experience the evolution of architecture in Ultimo on the Ultimo Walk, 11.00am - 12.30pm Wednesday 15 January.

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McMAHONS POINT WALK

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Enjoy views of Sydney Harbour from the north on the McMahons Point Walk, 2.00pm - 4.00pm on Thursday 16 January.

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WALK THROUGH TIME

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Take a walk through two hundred years of architecture on the Walk Through Time walking tour, 11.00am - 1.00pm Friday 17 January.

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CASTLECRAG WALKING TOUR 2

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Discover more architectural gems in Castlecrag on the Castlecrag Walking Tour 2, 2.00pm - 4.00pm Saturday 18 January.

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ENJOY SYDFEST 2020

Discover other events taking place during SYDFEST 2020 by CLICKING HERE.

Article: Vanessa Couzens

  • Image 1: The MCA (Museum of Contemporary Art) Sydney designed by Sam Marshall (Photographer: Vanessa Couzens)
  • Image 2: Residence in Castlecrag, designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin (Photographer: Vanessa Couzens)
  • Image 3: Sydney Technical College building, designed by William Edmund Kemp (Photographer: Vanessa Couzens)
  • Image 4: Blues Point Hotel, originally designed by Justelius and Frederick, renovations by Carter Williamson Architects  (Photographer: Vanessa Couzens)
  • Image 5: Reflections of the Queen Victoria Building (QVB), originally designed by George McRae (Photographer: Vincent Lam)
  • Image 6: The Audette House, designed by Peter Muller (Photographer: Vanessa Couzens)