People and places
Sydney's social history
What was it like to live in Sydney in another age? This collection of stories and exhibitions cover just some of the many tales Sydneysiders have to tell about the neighbourhoods where they live, work and entertain themselves.
Corporation and Domain Baths
This harbourside bathing sites evolved as people's demands for swimming facilities changed.
It has been 150 years since Newtown was proclaimed a municipality.
The tragic story of the Walter Burley Griffin-designed Pyrmont incinerator, which was torn down as its neighbourhood evolved.
PN Russell & Co
Signposts forged by early Sydney company PN Russell and Co can still be found around the City.
Old Sydney Burial Ground
Sydney Town Hall sits on the site of one of the earliest European cemeteries in New South Wales, the Old Sydney Burial Ground.
Hear about Sydney's past from the people who were there.
Find out more about your local park's history.
Last updated: Monday, 13 May 2013