Sydney Open

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Sydney Open is a chance to have a stickybeak in the landmark buildings that make up the city’s skyline and gain access to otherwise closed off spaces over one weekend, like ancient fraternal organisation headquarters or the building that inspired a 1930s moneybox.

This year you can be one of the first to see the new Arup offices in Barrack Place, take a peek inside the rarely-seen Chief Secretary’s building and go behind the scenes of Sydney’s best architecture. Explore Sydney's CBD like never before and discover its hidden art, architecture, history, and heritage.

Book in for one of the exclusive Focus Tours, which will take you inside some of Sydney Open's most interesting spots including rarely seen habourside heritage spaces and architecturally-designed private residences. 

The most popular option is the Sydney Open Pass, which gives you access to more than 40 buildings on the Sunday. Buildings on the program include Seidler’s modernist marvels Australia Square and Grosvenor Place, the Great Synagogue’s intricate and inspiring ceilings, plus Parliament House and St James Road Banco Court. And, if you purchase a Sydney Open Pass before October 14 you can go into the draw to win a Golden Ticket to the coveted Tank Stream tour.

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