‘What Sydney might have been: the city that could have been…’

CITY OF SYDNEY HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION presents

‘What Sydney might have been: the city that could have been…’

There were many dreams in early colonial Sydney for a world standard city and many ambitious plans were made by the Governors and architects of the time, only to be dashed by interference from the old Country and the representatives who arrived out here. Ken Hall will tell you all about the buildings roads and other structures that might have been.

Date and Time: Saturday 11th November @ 2pm
Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney
Cost: $3 Members; $6 Visitors
No bookings required.

www.sydneyhistorical.org.au

Image: Design for a Free Public Library 1883, SLNSW PXD 45/4. James Barnet, Colonial Architect.

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