hyde park Sydney

A grand art deco monument that commemorates the struggle and sacrafice of Australian soldiers during World War One. It is a focal point for ANZAC Day, Rememberance Day, and other historic commemorations.… Read More


Sandringham Gardens Hyde Park

Originally designed to commemorate the visit of King George VI in 1952, they later became a joint commemoration to the King and King George V after the death of George VI. Now they are a quiet place of reflection with blossoming flower beds around a sunken water feature.… Read More


  Stone lanterns and a giant chess board can be found in these small and secluded gardens that symbolise Sydney’s sister city relationship with Nagoya, Japan.… Read More