Rocks Discovery Museum
Built on a now-buried beach for Government Coxswain John Cadman (a boat and crew superintendent) in 1816, Cadman’s Cottage is the inner...
Thought-provoking Foundation Park is set among the preserved ruins of 1870s houses, built against the cliff face. The oversized...
The Rocks Walking Tours
Regular 90-minute tours through the historic Rocks, with plenty of not-so-tall tales and interesting minutiae.
This mammoth conglomeration of five bars is spread through the historic sandstone Argyle Stores buildings, including a cobblestone...
‘Delicious and Responsible Eating’ is the cut and thrust here, and (dare we say) it lives up to the acronym. Expect a slew of healthy,...
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Rocks Discovery Museum information
Divided into four chronological displays – Warrane (pre-1788), Colony (1788–1820), Port (1820–1900) and Transformations (1900 to the present) – this excellent museum digs deep into The Rocks’ history and leads you on an artefact-rich tour. Sensitive attention is given to The Rocks’ original inhabitants, the Gadigal people.