Sprucing up Sydney Town Hall

You know, we often take Sydney Town Hall for granted. It’s undeniably a city landmark – we sit on its steps and watch the world go by, use it as a meeting place, and it has given its name to a train station – but it is also a very special building....

James Waugh’s Stranger’s Guide to Sydney

We’ve all used a tourist guide when we’ve visited a new city. They can help us orientate ourselves, to find the landmarks we want to see, and understand the locals. But have you ever wondered about Sydney’s first tourist guides? I recently had the...

Customs House

The City of Sydney have just announced that they have acquired Customs House from the Commonwealth Government, so today I thought we’d take a look back at the history of the building and its role in maritime Sydney.  Listen to the whole conversation with Lisa...

Eora fisherwomen

Yesterday Governor David Hurley and Lord Mayor Clover Moore unveiled plans for a major new artwork overlooking Sydney Harbour on the Tarpeian Precinct Lawn above Dubbagullee (also known as Bennelong Point) that will celebrate and honour the clans of the Eora nation. I...