Also known as Holy Trinity (1843), this chunky sandstone Anglican church on the western side of the Argyle Cut was the colony’s first...
Built in the 1850s, Sydney’s copper-domed, Italianate observatory squats atop pretty Observatory Hill , overlooking the harbour. Inside...
Convict labourers excavated this canyonlike section of road clear through the sandstone ridge that gave the Rocks its name. The work...
Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel
Built in 1836 and converted into a pub in 1841, this atmospheric sandstone boozer is one of three claiming to be Sydney's oldest (all...
Argyle St · interesting places nearby
Argyle Place information
A quiet, English-style village green lined with terraced houses, Argyle Pl offers the sacred appeal of the Garrison Church and the more secular delights of the Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel . Both the Lord Nelson and the Hero of Waterloo hotel, a block north, lay claim to being Sydney's oldest pub. It's said that any Australian has the legal right to graze livestock on the green.