Stimulating your body's innate healing abilities empowers you to take an active role in preventing and treating ill health. Working on physical and emotional factors to treat the cause as well as symptoms, natural therapies help restore and maintain your vital health and well-being.
The Sydney Jewish Museum is dedicated to documenting and teaching the history of the Holocaust so that these events will never be repeated.
This world-class museum challenges visitors' perceptions of democracy, morality, social justice and human rights and places the Holocaust in its historical and contemporary context.
The Governor of NSW, Rear Admiral Peter Sinclair AC, officially opened the Sydney Jewish Museum on 18 November 1992. Since its opening it has quickly become an integral part of the cultural life of Sydney, winning the 1994 Award of Distinction in the NSW Tourism Awards for Excellence, and a Commendation in the 1995 Human Rights Awards.
Housed in the historic Maccabean Hall, the Sydney Jewish Museum presents visitors with an overview of the best and worst of humanity.
The Maccabean Hall, built to commemorate NSW Jewish men and women who served in WW1 and to honour the memory of those who lost their lives, was formally opened on Armistice Day in 1923 by the universally beloved Sir John Monash.
Start your evening at Govindas and dine to your full satisfaction from our opulent buffet.
We recommend you allow at least half an hour to dine before going upstairs to the cinema i.e. dinner booking betweeen 5:45-6:30pm for a 7:00 movie or 7:30-8:30 for a 9:00 - 9:30 movie.
Dinner - All you can eat $19.80
Movie and dinner package - $29.80
Movie only - $13.90
Charles Hewitt has been connected with the art world for over 40 years. During this time he has worked with collectors, artists and galleries all over Australia.
In 1964 Charles Hewitt Frames was established; this business has grown from a one man show to a workforce of 18 people. Charles Hewitt commenced production of water gilded mouldings in 1967 and created the first profiles for Brett Whiteley and Russell Drysdale to emulate their choices in Europe and the USA.
Charles Hewitt Frames has also designed, manufactured and supplied more than 400 frames for the National Gallery in Canberra, including the framing of Jackson Pollock’s iconic painting Blue Poles.
In 1989 Charles Hewitt opened a gallery exhibiting antiquarian prints, by 1992 he was also showing an expanding group of young and emerging artists. We now have one of the best exhibition spaces in Sydney in our new gallery at 335 South Dowling Street, Darlinghurst, with a continually developing exhibition schedule of new and established artists.
Anna Schwartz Gallery Sydney is located in Darlinghurst, New South Wales.
Established in 2006, Gallery 9 is a contemporary art gallery based in Sydney’s Darlinghurst. Gallery 9 presents a program of established and younger artists working in a range of mediums from painting and drawing to photomedia, installation and video works.
For five years, Gallery 9 has been dedicated to a program of contemporary art, which is international in its outlook. This was recognised by Contemporary Magazine, London in 2007 when it nominated Gallery 9 as one of the 50 emerging galleries in the world.
King Street Gallery on William is located in the heart of the Sydney arts district. It is within walking distance of the Art Gallery of NSW and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
In operation for 29 years, King Street Gallery on William represents a number of Australia’s most prominent established artists including: Elisabeth Cummings, Idris Murphy, Jenny Sages and Wendy Sharpe as well as being active in developing and promoting emerging and mid career artists.
Red Lily is an exclusive little bar tucked away in a quiet Darlinghurst backstreet, on Crown Lane. Positioned behind Luke Nguyen's Red Lantern on Riley, Red Lily is a trendy nook to either have a drink whilst waiting for a table in the restaurant, or linger over Saigon street-style bar snacks. Red Lily is reminiscent of old Saigon with its Indochine interior meets back room drinking parlour. Red Lily specialises in delectable Saigon street snacks, but a few restaurant favourites do make an appearance. The menu is geared to being perfect paired with the Asian inspired drinks on offer, with ingredients such as coconut water, kafir lime and Thai basil all making appearances. The wine list features a good mix of international and Australian drops.