Two of Australia’s most iconic homes – located right on the shores of Sydney Harbour – are open to the public this weekend in a lower north shore free event not to be missed.
Kirribilli House and Admiralty House will throw open their doors on Saturday 3 June from 10am – 2pm.
The general public is encouraged to tour both historic homes in Kirribilli between 10am and 2pm.
No registration is required, and locals are encouraged to tour the historic houses, explore the beautiful grounds and learn about the histories of both properties.
You can also stand where many world leaders have and take a photo with the magnificent Opera House and Harbour Bridge in the background.
There is room to spread a picnic rug and for children (and adults!) to run around and enjoy the atmosphere and spectacular views that both houses have to offer.
Kirribilli House is the smaller, neighbouring property to Admiralty House, where the Prime Minister stays.
There will be food and beverage vendors at Admiralty House – and guests are also welcome to bring their own picnic.
Unfortunately, pets are not permitted, but service and support dogs are welcome.