Worth a look at the under the floor city and library areas. Went early so not a lot of people around. Right opposite circular quay can't miss it.
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Just to be clear, I am reviewing the History walk Customs House to Millers Point which is a self guided walking tour available from the tourist info at The Rocks. This was a really fascinating walk and I learnt things about Sydney I had not...More
Very spacious inside, nice building from the outside I went in to see the model of Sydney which features over 10000 buildings and 500 trees, great way to see all of the city in miniature Photos not very good but hopefully you will get the...More
After briefly contemplating the perfect dinner location, we chose to revisit the Customs House Restaurant which has prime position overlooking the harbour. The Bridge lights in the distance made it picture perfect as we sat on the balcony of the restaurant on a mild autumn...More
We had the most amazing dining experience in this wonderfully placed restaurant. The table was in a great location overlooking the harbour bridge and opera house. The food was stunning and the wine fairly priced.
Located within circular quay, is this architecturally beautiful building, that houses a library and a model of the city under a glass floor, which is worth seeing as a tourist or a local. Also, on the roof is cafe sydney, which is definitely worth a...More
We stopped at the customs house on our walking tour, and I enjoyed the model map of Sydney that is under the floor and you can walk about it and look through the plexiglass. That was fun.
Dropped into Sydney's Iconic Customs House which was built in 1844 as the Headquarters of Customs from 1845 until 1990. The building is owned by the NSW Government, but leased to the City of Sydney Council for the community of Sydney. The building houses several...More
The Customs House building opposite Circular Quay is always interesting to visit. The whole space lends itself to exhibitions, but the current installation by American artist, Megan Geckler, is a standout. The whole atrium of the building has been festooned with coloured plastic ribbon. From...More