May Gibbs’ Nutcote
Sydney Flying Squadron
Historic ferries chug out from this North Shore yacht club to watch the 18-footers race at close quarters. Cruises run from 2pm to 4pm...
The Sydney residences of Australia’s governor general and prime minister are located on Kirribilli Point, east of the Sydney Harbour...
An instructor will send you barrelling across the Harbour Bridge with lessons, quality in-line skates and protective gear.
The long-running Ensemble presents mainstream theatre by overseas and Australian playwrights (think David Williamson and David Hare),...
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May Gibbs’ Nutcote information
Spanish Mission–style Nutcote (1925) is the former home of author and illustrator May Gibbs, who wrote the much-loved Australian children’s book Snugglepot & Cuddlepie . It’s now restored to its 1930s glory and houses a museum devoted to her life and work. Cheery volunteer guides will show you around, and there are beautiful gardens, a tearoom and a gift shop. It’s a five-minute walk from the wharf.