of Sydney Historical Association (COSHA)
in 2000 with the aim of increasing awareness
and appreciation of the history of the City
aims to make our history more accessible. COSHA
regularly organises guided walks, lectures and
tours of historic sites and buildings.
10th March at 2:00pm
"Surviving the 20th Century: The Rocks from 1900-2000".
The Rocks and adjacent areas of Sydney Harbour fell under the ownership of the NSW Government after 1900. Plans to redevelop the area were achieved with limited success up to World War 1, and thereafter events such as the Great Depression, the Harbour Bridge and the Green Bans left their mark. Wayne Johnson will focus on some of the people, places and policies that shaped the history of The Rocks and its significant place in the development of legislation to protect the State’s heritage.
Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney
$3 Members $6 Visitors No bookings