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Looking for something interesting to do at home, on your lunch break or wherever you may be?

Although people are unable to enjoy our full visitor experience, we're rolling out exciting digital initiatives that will enable you to stay connected with our extraordinary places on Sydney Harbour. Discover some of our upcoming events below...

8 to 15 November 2020
NAIDOC Week 2020

As part of NAIDOC Week 2020, we are pleased to present an online program of activities that celebrates the significance of our sites for First Nations Peoples. You can tune into our FREE webinar on 11 November, read articles on two Aboriginal icons, extend your understanding of First Nations cultures with our kids activity sheets and watch a video on Aboriginal Trackers.

Select Wednesdays
DigiTalks Program (NEW)

DigiTalks is a series of online talks, virtual tours and webinars designed to keep you engaged at home, on your lunch break or wherever you may be! Running on select Wednesdays, DigiTalks are an opportunity for attendees to gain rich insights into not only our heritage destinations but also the world's best harbour. We invite you to register for one, or more, of our upcoming DigiTalks.

Wednesday 11 November 2020
DigiTalk: What The Colonists Never Knew

Tune in on 11 November from 1pm to 2pm for a special instalment in our DigiTalks series marking NAIDOC Week. Noted First Nations academic Professor Dennis Foley will paint a vivid picture of what is was like for Sydney’s Aboriginal Peoples to coexist alongside the colonists from 1788 to the present. 

[Image: 'Punch, wife of Cullabaa, Broken Bay tribe', 1836, by WH Fernyhough. National Library of Australia.] 

Every Wednesday
Middle Head Market

Operating every Wednesday from 8am to 2pm, the Middle Head Market is an opportunity for locals and visitors to enjoy a pleasant, country-style bazaar atmosphere together with breathtaking harbour views and live music.

All Year Round
Bondi to Manly Walk

Spanning 80 kilometres of harbour foreshore between two of Sydney’s most iconic surf beaches, the Bondi to Manly Walk includes pit stops at historic sites protected by the Harbour Trust; namely, North Head Sanctuary in Manly, Headland Park in Mosman, Macquarie Lightstation in Vaucluse and Sub Base Platypus in North Sydney.