The banner has historical value as a rare fabric banner from convict era Parramatta. Continue reading
The flute has historic value as evidence of one of the earliest musical instrument dealers known to have operated in Sydney from his arrival in the colony in 1832 until his death in 1854. Continue reading
The watercolours have historical significance as rare portraits and objects related to probably the most important figures from the early colonial period who brought civil administration, arts and architecture and a humanising and egalitarian influence that transformed New South Wales from a gaol to a colony. Continue reading
Discover the collection of tools, shingles and convict made bricks and nails from the early township of Liverpool NSW. Continue reading
Discover the sandstone sculptured wheat sheaf from Macquarie Fields House near Liverpool that was built by Samuel Terry in 1838. Continue reading
Discover the long sleeved woollen convict jacket made of ‘Parramatta cloth’, c.1855. Continue reading
This lithographic print of King Bungaree attributed to Augustus Earle and dated 1826 is evidence of early interactions between Ruopeans and Aboriginal people. It is a significant object from the State Library of NSW Collection.