Hyde Park Barracks Museum

The Hyde Park Barracks, built between 1817 and 1819, is a popular landmark in the historic precinct of Macquarie Street and Queens Square in Sydney.

Constructed by convict labour, the Barracks is one of the finest works of the accomplished colonial architect Francis Greenway. As the principal male convict barracks in New South Wales it provided lodgings for convicts working in government employment around Sydney until its closure in 1848.

Hyde Park Barracks Museum

Phone: (02) 8239 2311

Fax: (02) 8239 2322

Address: Queens Square, Macquarie Street

Email: Click here to send an email

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