Culture vultures will love Castle Hill, NSW, Australia. As part of Australia’s largest metro, Castle Hill provides loads of cultural attractions. Here are some of the “can’t miss” cultural destinations near Castle Hill. Click here for facts about Castle Hill NSW.
Art lovers need to visit the Art Gallery of New South Wales. This public gallery (one of the largest in Australia) first opened in 1874. The strengths of the collection include Aboriginal and Australian art, Asian art, contemporary art, and photography. The building itself is a work of art as well. This museum makes the perfect day trip from Castle Hill, NSW, Australia. Click here to read about Sightseeing Around Castle Hill, NSW, Australia: A Guide.
Much has been said about Opera Australia and its famous residence (that would be the Sydney Opera House), but did you know that the Sydney Symphony Orchestra plays at the Sydney Opera House as well? This world-class, award-winning orchestra provides an evening of riveting music that you are sure to enjoy…in some of the most famous digs around.
The Hyde Park Barracks has been many things: a barracks (not surprisingly), an immigration depot, an asylum, and a court. Today, it houses a superb collection of Australian history. Like the other two attractions, this is conveniently located near Castle Hill.