Cadmans Cottage110 George Street, Sydney City, Sydney and Surrounds, New South Wales 2000 (View on map)
Disabled Facilities: No
Operating Hours: Tue-Sun 10:00am-4:30pm
Phone: 02 9253 0888
Visit Cadmans Cottage
Step into Cadman's Cottage. This is one of the oldest surviving buildings in Australia, built in 1816 as barracks to house the coxswain and crew of the Governor of New South Wales and was home to the last government coxswain, John Cadman. The National Parks and Wildlife Service Information Centre is now located here. Open daily, it is a valuable source of information about national parks near Sydney. It has a George St entrance at 110 George St.