The Twentieth Century Heritage Society of NSW and ACT invite you to join them on their monthly walking tour exploring some of the finest Federation era houses to have been built in NSW.
This guided walk led by Dr Roy Lumby will highlight and explore the history behind some of NSW’s oldest and architecturally interesting houses. Participants can also indulge in coffee and cakes if they wish at the popular Thelma and Louise cafe before and after the tour.
The walk will start and end at Hayes Street Neutral Bay Wharf. It is timed for 10:45 so that you can arrive on the 10:25 ferry from Circular Quay if you wish. The ferry arrives at 10:37. Nearby parking is limited to 2 hours. Note: the ferry is met by buses from Neutral Bay. After gathering at Hayes Street Wharf members will walk as far as Kurraba Wharf and back again.
When: Sunday 25 March 2018, 10:45am- 12:45pm
Where: Neutral Bay Wharf, Hayes Street Neutral Bay, NSW
Cost: $20 C20th / Art Deco & Modernism / AIA Members, $25 Non Members, $15 Concessions
Contact: (02) 9878 2511
Image courtesy of The Twentieth Century Heritage Society of NSW and ACT