Visiting the Governor's Mansion where the ninth stayed and the honorable portrait of King George will allow you to understand Australia's colonial history! Make an appointment to visit and visit Mrs. Ban, who led us to visit the commentary. The commentary is quite detailed to experience the general office situation of the Governor and the banquet hall that receives ambassadors and nobles from all over the world. There is also a concert hall. Without Ms. Ban’s detailed explanation, you would not experience the Royal Governor’s Mansion. The dignity.
Once used as the official residence of the Governor of Australia, this is also one of Sydney's history and culture. Don't miss it when you come to Sydney. Close to the Sydney Opera House, a very old building. Go up by walking stairs. You can take a look if you have time.
Sydney was the first colony established by European colonists in Australia, and Australia's first Governor's Palace was built in Sydney. The ruins of the First Governor’s Mansion are located in the front square at the northern end of the Sydney Museum on Phillip Street and Bridge Street. The First Governor’s Mansion lasted from 1788 to 1945. DCM Architects did not include the remaining foundations of the Governor’s Mansion along Bridge Street in the interior of the museum. Instead, they left them on the periphery of the museum as open exhibits. At the same time, the granite paving used The plane is restored. In this way, the remaining foundation can be easily distinguished by people. The restored plane is white granite, and the other parts are black granite. The paving of the square can be removed at any time to reveal the remains below. In 1816, the then Governor of Australia planned to build a new Government House, but it was not built until 1845, and the new Government House building completed in 1845 was the Government House in the Royal Botanic Gardens. Australia became independent in 1901 and the parliament was established in Melbourne. The Governor of Australia rarely used this official residence. After that, the state government took back the castle as the official residence of the Governor of New South Wales, also known as the Governor's Mansion, but it was the Governor's Mansion of New South Wales. It was not until 1996 that the Governor’s Office moved out of here, and it began to open to the public, and it has now become one of Sydney’s important tourist attractions. The once beautiful colonial government residence is now part of the historical relics of Australian colonialism. After repairs, the Governor's House still maintains its original appearance more than a century ago. The Governor's House, Elizabeth Farm and Experimental Farm have witnessed the beginning of Australian history. The designer of the Governor’s Mansion is the queen designer of King William IV of England. He has participated in the design of Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. Therefore, the interior decoration of the Governor’s Mansion is entirely British, with conference halls, ballrooms, study rooms, dining rooms, and living rooms. Wait, there are portraits of previous governors hung on the walls around the hall, and all the windows are bulletproof. Therefore, what needs to be corrected here is: 1. The site of the First Governor's Mansion is located on the square in front of the Sydney Museum (1788~1845); 2. The new Governor's Palace in the Royal Botanic Garden was the Australian Governor's Palace from 1845 to 1901; 3. The new Governor's House in the Royal Botanic Gardens was the Governor's House of New South Wales after 1901. Figure 1: The Sydney Museum is part of the Governor Phillips Tower project; Figure 2: To the west of the Museum Square is a group of award-winning sculptures called "The Edge of the Woods"; Figure 3: The site of the First Governor's Mansion is located on the square in front of the Sydney Museum; Figure 4: The site of the First Governor's Mansion-1788~1845; Figure 5: The new Governor's Mansion built in 1845 in the Royal Botanic Garden; Picture 6: The view of the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House near the New Governor's Mansion.
The Governor's House in Sydney is in the Royal Botanic Gardens and you can look out over Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Opera House is not far away! The Government House is a castle-like building with the Australian flag and the state flag of South Wales! Sydney is the first European colony in Australia. This Governor's Mansion is Australia's first Governor's Mansion! The Governor's Mansion retains its original appearance a century ago. The Governor's Elizabeth Farm and Experimental Farm have witnessed the beginning of Australian history! It is of historical significance here! But you can't take pictures inside the tour here but it's free tour!