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The Rocks is an urban locality in New South Wales, Australia. It is on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour.
Water Polo by the Sea is held annually by Australian Water Polo with the Australia men's national water polo team.
In the 2016 census of population, The rocks only had 774 residents, in which 55.4% were male and 44.6% were females. They were only 137 families, too.
The Rocks became well-known right after the colony's formation in 1788. It was recognized as “Tallawoladah” by the Cadigal people.
Susannah Place Museum is a historic landmark in The Rocks. It is a museum that consists of four terrace houses that were built in 1844. The landmark had domestic occupants until 1990.
The Rocks Friday Foodie Market is a hidden paradise for food lovers. There are different varieties of food and accessory stalls to choose from.
T Galleria By DFS has stores and stalls with a selection of duty-free goods. They offer handbags, fragrances, and many more. It is a great spot with an excellent selection of brand outlets and souvenirs for travelers heading back home.
The Ken Done Gallery features original works, collection of art and design, limited edition prints, books, clothing, accessories, and many more. A must-try experience in The Rocks.
Fort Street Public School is a government co-educational primary school.
CATC Design School is the best place to learn design. They have the most encouraging staff that will enhance your creativity and artistic perspective.
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