1973 – Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most distinctive and famous 20th-century buildings, and one of the most famous performing arts venues in the world.
1952 – Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
Government architect W.H. Withers began work on the building plans in 1939 for the Maritime Services Board (MSB) building.
1932 – Harbour Bridge, Sydney, Australia
It was as early as 1815 that Francis Greenway proposed building a bridge from the northern to the southern shore of the harbour.
1889 – Sydney Town Hall, New South Wales
In architectural style, the Sydney Town Hall is French Second Empire,
1862 – University of Sydney, Main Quadrangle
The architect Edmund Blacket designed the original Neogothic sandstone Quadrangle and Great Tower buildings, which were completed in 1862.
1868 – St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney
Started in 1837, the plans prepared by the architect James Hume, were of much more modest proportions and were for a traditional cruciform church in the Gothic style.
1900c – Uniting Church, Narooma, New South Wales
Regarded as an excellent example of the Australian Federation Carpenter Gothic architectural style. The decorative gable truss structures at the end of the nave and the small porch are of note.
1884 – St. Saviour’s Cathedral, Goulburn, New South Wales
About the size of a large English parish church in “Decorated Gothic”, St. Saviour’s is cruciform,
1901 – Cape Byron Lighthouse, New South Wales, Australia
The Cape Byron Lighthouse is Australia’s most easterly light being situated on the most easterly point of the mainland.