Built in 1819 to house, clothe and feed convict men and boys, this impressive brick building was designed by convict architect Francis Greenway.Book Now
Built in 1819 to house, clothe and feed convict men and boys, this impressive brick building was designed by convict architect Francis Greenway. The Barracks has had a number of purposes, housing female immigrants, destitute women, and later known as Hyde Park Asylum. It then became the hub of the Governments Chancery Square. Following our tour, enjoy free time in Martin Place, The State Library or Botanical Gardens. Fare includes Roberts Famous Homemade Morning Tea.
Image courtesy: James Horan
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Please note, not all pick-ups are available on all departures.
Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour. Please note, not all pick-ups are available on all departure dates.
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|Belmont Shops S|| Bus Stop on Pacific Hwy (Southbound) near |
Marshall Property, Belmont
|Charlestown Smart St|| Bus Zone in Smart St outside Presbyterian Church |
(opposite library car park), Charlestown
|Doyalson Wentworth Ave S|| Bus stop past RSL Club (Southbound) |
Cnr Pacific Hwy & Wentworth Ave, Doyalson
|Jesmond Shops S|| Bus stop opposite Stockland Shopping Centre |
(Southbound) on Blue Gum Road, Jesmond
|New Lambton Wests S|| Bus Stop on Hobart Rd near Harker Oval |
across from Wests Leagues Club, New Lambton
|Swansea Blackswan S|| Bus stop approaching Blackswan Waterfront Motel |
on Pacific Hwy (Southbound), Swansea
|Thornton AAJ Depot|| All Australian Journeys - Thornton Depot |
3 Woodford Place, Thornton
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