Step back in time - explore old North Sydney online, and in Heritage Centre exhibitions.
ICON: 90 years of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge captured the imagination of Australians as a symbol of modernity and ingenuity when it opened 90 years ago, on 19 March 1932.
It was the ‘iron lung’ that kept hundreds in employment during the early years of the Great Depression.
It was, and still is, a national icon.
This exhibition explores the impact of the building of the Bridge on North Sydney, using artefacts, archives and artworks drawn from North Sydney Council’s extensive collections.
Exhibition open at North Sydney Heritage Centre, Stanton Library Level 1, during Library opening hours.
An architectural history of our locality.
This award-winning website explores North Sydney history through its built environment: it's architecture, architects, builders and residents.
North Sydney has a diverse and fascinating range of dwellings dating from the first half of the 19th century...