In the northeast of Hyde Park, walk along the right side of Macaulay Street, passing the Hyde Park Barracks Museum and the Mint is the Sydney Hospital. In history, the Sydney Hospital is a very famous hospital in Sydney, and the NSW State Assembly is the most forward.
Sydney Hospital, also known as Rum Hospital, is a historic hospital. The central part of the building was rebuilt in 1885. The origin of the name of the hospital is that at the beginning of the 19th century, Governor Macquarie gave the right to import rum to the people who built the hospital. At that time, the rum was very expensive. It is said that 8L of rum can buy a wife. Nowadays, the copper wild boar at the entrance of the hospital is even more attractive for people to visit. It is said that coming here to touch the wild boar's nose will give you good luck all year long!
The Sydney Hospital is a place worth visiting, with its ancient architectural style and excellent location. It is opposite Martin Place, next to Hyde Square and St. Mary's Church. Next is the pig statue in front of its door, which is very interesting, sitting lazily, with bright nose . A hospital unlike a hospital.