Ken Done Gallery
Overseas Passenger Terminal
Multistorey luxury cruise ships weigh anchor at this large terminal, disgorging hordes of shaky-legged tourists onto Circular Quay West....
Built on a now-buried beach for Government Coxswain John Cadman (a boat and crew superintendent) in 1816, Cadman’s Cottage is the inner...
In 1839 Scottish merchant Robert Campbell started building a private wharf and this gingerbread-style row of 11 storehouses to house his...
This mammoth conglomeration of five bars is spread through the historic sandstone Argyle Stores buildings, including a cobblestone...
Quay is shamelessly guilty of breaking the rule that good views make for bad food. Chef Peter Gilmore never rests on his laurels,...
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Ken Done Gallery information
The cheerful, quasi-childlike work of Sydney artist Ken Done is exhibited inside the lavishly restored Australian Steam Navigation Building. Expect luridly coloured Australian landscapes, Opera House renderings and comic minutiae from Done’s days.