Around Hyde Park, there is the Hyde Park Barracks, the Australian Museum and St Marys Cathedral, while to the south east, is Oxford Street. Two places of interest within the park is the ANZAC War Memorial and the Archibald Fountain.
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This building, originally designed to house convicts, went through a number of uses when the shipping of convicts stopped. A hostel for orphaned girls, a female immigration depot and later, a place for aged and destitute women:
The Australian Museum explores evolution, dinosaurs, native bird life, Aborigines, mineral and biodiversity:
St Mary’s Cathedral was, like others, constructed over a long period of time. Started in 1868, it was not completed till 2000. A landmark building of Sydney. See more:
Oxford Street is where the Annual Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade route begins every year. Slowly, over time, it developed into the centre of the gay community in Sydney:
Hyde Park, with the Domain and the Royal Botanic Gardens form the green belt to the east of the Sydney Central Business District (CBD). Used as a green space by the early colonials since the beginning, first to attempt a water supply for the city, it was declared a park on 13 October 1810 by the then Governor Macquarie:
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