Join John on his third very successful Walking Tour to explore the establishment of European society in Australia, the successes and trials of the people of the First Fleet, growth of the colony and have time to reflect on the dispossession of the original Australians. We will do this by exploring the evidence revealed by the streets and buildings of the Rocks. Finish with a pub lunch around 1.30pm. The afternoon will be free for you to pursue your interest in art at the S. H. Ervin Gallery at The National Trust, Observatory Hill or at the Museum of Contemporary Art by the Harbour or view the ‘Underworld’ exhibition at the Museum of Sydney in Bridge Street.

Note: Medium level of fitness is required, as there are some stairs to negotiate. The group will be strictly limited to 15 pre-paid participants. Wear sturdy shoes, hat (or umbrella), sunscreen and carry bottled water.

walking tour image from Jan

Date:           Tuesday 10th April 2018 at
Time:           9:30am
Where:       Customs House, Circular Quay (the Plaza in front)
Cost:           $15 Members Only
Bookings are essential (limited to 15 people).  Contact the Gallery 8536 5700
RSVP: 27th March 2018  (lunch is not included)
Note: When booking include your mobile/home phone No.