Win a golden ticket to the Tank Stream

Snap up Sydney Open tickets for your chance to explore this underground heritage-listed tunnel
Guide Jon Breen leads visitors on the Tank Stream tour. Photo © James Horan for Sydney Living Museums
Photograph: James Horan
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Sydney Open is a chance to stickybeak into the landmark buildings that make up the city’s skyline and to gain access to otherwise closed off spaces, like abandoned railway tunnels or a 1890s police cell.

If you book your Sydney Open Pass by Sunday October 15 you'll be in with a chance to win two golden tickets to the exclusive exploration of the Tank Stream. This will give you special access to step inside this heritage-listed underground curiosity. The tunnel was built by convicts and stonemasons and was vital source of water for the First Fleeters. Before it was built it was the site of a freshwater stream that ran right into the harbour from a swamp, located at what we now know as Hyde Park. It was a source of water for the Gadigal people for tens of thousands of years.

The chance to delve under the city and learn the rich history of this site is very limited, so book your tickets to Sydney Open ASAP.

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