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 Post subject: Re: Sydney's open house
PostPosted: 19 Dec 2010, 13:39 
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There was also the City Pass Tour which gained access to over 50 sites around Sydney CBD and Pyrmont for one day on Sunday 7 November 2010 – cost $40 for the day.

The recommended City Pass Tour highlights of Sydney Open 2010 included:
- futuristic student accommodation project Urbanest
- adaptive building reuse of 1888 Sydney Fire Station
- former Carlton United Brewery site development project Central Park
- archaeological preservation demonstrated at Sydney Harbour YHA
- guided tours of foreshore industrial site Barangaroo
- exclusive premises of the Royal Automobile Club of Australia
- the elaborate decoration of The Great Synagogue
- glorious dream palace grandeur of 1929 at the State Theatre
- amazing views from Gateway and heritage listed converted wool store Goldsbrough Mort
- ground floor atrium and rooftop garden at 30 The Bond.

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