Property Council of Australia House is one of the iconic buildings Sydney Open attendees will get behind the scenes access to.
Sydney Open makes accessible 50 of Sydney’s most famous buildings in self-guided tours or with the architect/owner.
Levels one, two and three, including former ballroom, library, balcony and office spaces, will be on display at Property Council of Australia House. The heritage-significant building was constructed in 1849, the first purpose-built savings bank in Australia.
The Historic Houses Trust of NSW’s biennial Sydney Open is a showcase of Sydney’s buildings and architectural merit.
It kicks off Friday November 2 with behind the scenes access to five famous buildings: St James Church, Hyde Park Barracks Museum, Chief Secretary’s Building, Parliament House and On Seven at David Jones.
On Sunday November 4 Historic Houses Trust provides a map and a City Pass wristband for access to 50 buildings, including Property Council of Australia House, which will be on display in a self-guided walking tour.
For a full list of buildings and more details visit sydneyopen.hht.net.au