Susannah Place Museum
The Big Dig
Before the outbreak of bubonic plague in the early 20th century and the subsequent slum clearances, this section of The Rocks was a...
One of few remaining such lanes, the Suez Canal tapers as it goes downhill until it's less than a metre wide (thus the name, which is...
Bonza Bike Tours
These bonza bike boffins run daily four-hour Sydney Classic bike tours – a great introduction to the harbour city, trundling past the...
Not only is this pub architecturally notable (c1913), it also boasts a bonza selection of fair dinkum Ocker beer and wine. Keeping with...
The Neil Perry empire now stretches to seven acclaimed restaurants in three cities, but it was here, in the dying days of the 1980s,...
Susannah Place Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Dating from 1844, the claustrophobic Susannah Pl is a diminutive terrace of tiny houses with a tiny shop selling tiny historical wares. My, haven’t we grown? In the backyard, check out how generations of working-class Rocks women cooked and laundered their clothes in a wood-fired copper urn (near the outdoor dunny). Admission is by way of guided tour.