The Rocks is an historic area of Sydney which now boast a variety of galleries, shops, and restaurants. Wander your way through the streets and check out Sydney's oldest pubs.
The Rocks Farmers Markets at Jack Mundy Place, are a great place to while away a few enjoyable hours. Wander through the amazing flower and fresh food stalls, and be entertained for free by the tunes of the buskers. You will find the markets on the corner of Argyle and George Streets, The Rocks.
The Rocks Weekend Markets are open from 10am through to 5pm on both Saturday and Sundays, and are located on the corner of Playfair and George Streets, The Rocks. There is an interesting display of local talent on hand that provides you with a huge range of designer and fashion products including:
Originally the Coxswain’s barracks, Cadmans Cottage is Sydney’s oldest house. It was built in 1816 from stone to provide shelter for the officer in charge of the fleet of government boats. The history of the building explains how the boats were crewed by convicts.
Originally Cadman’s Cottage was located on the Sydney Harbour foreshore, but is now quite a distance from the shore line as land has been reclaimed from the ocean over the years with landfill. Access is from 110 George St, The Rocks.