St Luke’s Anglican Church

St Luke’s Anglican Church
St Lukes Church

In 1855 the first railway line in NSW, from Sydney to Parramatta, was opened - with stations at Ashfield and Burwood. The population and prosperity coming to the Concord/Burwood district…

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Putney Punt (or Mortlake Ferry)

Putney Punt (or Mortlake Ferry)
Putney Punt (or Mortlake Ferry)

This diesel powered punt, running between Mortlake and Putney, is the sole remaining example of this relatively unusual means of river crossing in the Sydney Metropolitan area and, although comparatively recent…

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Lansdown House

Lansdown House
Bath Arms Hotel

Emanuel Neich, who was born in Genoa, came to Australia by mistake. He went to sea at an early age and was in Mauritius when he signed on the ‘Lord…

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Concord Memorial Hall

Concord Memorial Hall
Concord Memorial Hall

Work began on the first stage of the hall in 1930 The possibility of raising funds to build a hall was first mooted in 1927 when two members of the…

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Ardill House

Ardill House
Ardill House

Originally called “Clermont House”, it was constructed in 1861 on a 9 hectare grant to Henry Bray (third Mayor of Concord [1890-1891] and younger brother of Alfred Bray, first Mayor…

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City of Canada Bay Heritage Society

PO Box 152,
Concord NSW 2137
02 9744-8528

City of Canada Bay Museum

1 Bent Street,
Concord NSW 2137
02 9743-3034 (during museum hours)

Museum Hours
Wednesday and Saturday
10:00am – 4:00pm
Other times by arrangement

To enquire about the use of the Yaralla grounds for photography or any other use, use this link to the Sydney Local Health District Yaralla Estate website.