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The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre Logo and Images

The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre

597 High Street, South Penrith NSW 2750
Named after Australia's most famous opera diva, this superb venue presents world class performances in music, theatre and dance. The Joan is also home to the Penrith Conservatorium of Music, which provides quality music education for students of all ages and abilities; and the Q, which provides theatre training to young people aged five to eighteen, and people with a disability, as well as making innovative and community focused performances. Ticket prices vary, see website for details.
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Museum of Fire

1 Museum Drive, South Penrith NSW 2750
There is nothing boring about the Museum of Fire! With engines dating back to the early 1800's the Museum of Fire stands as a fitting monument to our heroic firefighters and guards the heritage and history of their selfless dedication. Experience interactive displays, a house fire simulation, the Junior Firefighter's Zone (a children's play area), and a ride on a historic fire engine. Visitors shouldn't underestimate the time they need to investigate this fascinating collection. There are over thirty displays, which showcase the Museum's extensive and unique collection. The Museum makes for a great day visit, or stop-off destination on your way to/from the Blue Mountains. The Museum of Fire is located in the former Penrith Power Station, at 1 Museum Drive. Located about one hour west of Sydney via the M4, it is also a short three minute walk from Penrith Station.