YOU’RE invited to inspect two of the nation’s most famous houses on Sunday.
Admiralty House and Kirribilli House are open to the public - and you can even have a picnic in the grounds.
Proceeds from the annual event go to The Australia Fund.
The fund is an independent organisation dedicated to buying and maintaining a collection of historic and contemporary artworks, objects and furniture in the four official residences of the Governor-General and the Prime Minister, in Sydney and Canberra.
Their collection will be on display on the day.
It includes an Australian cedar piano by Stuart & Sons of Newcastle, which will be played by Sydney Conservatorium students, as well as a number of important Australian items of furniture, silver, paintings and ceramics.
Both properties are open between 10am and 4pm. Gates close at 3pm.
The houses are a short walk from Milsons Point station.
Entrance fees are family (two adults with children) $35; adults $15; school-age children $5, seniors concession $10 (with card).
Не пропустите, мы очень хотим пойти, и постараемся к 10.00 уже быть там, пока не людно.