Governor's Government House is located in Bennelong, Benilong, in the northwest corner of the Royal Botanical Garden, overlooking Sydney Harbour. Approaching the Governor's Palace, I saw the Australian flag and the New South Wales flag flying on the top of the castle. Sydney was the first colony established by European colonists in Australia. Australia's first Governor's Palace was built in Sydney (the site of the First Governor's Palace is located in the front square of the north end of the Sydney Museum on Phillip Street and Bridge Street. The First Governor's Palace lasted from 1788 to 1945). In 1816, the then Governor of Australia planned to build a new Governor's House, but it was not completed until 1845, and the new Governor's House built in 1845 was the Governor's House in the Royal Botanical Garden. In 1901, when Australia became independent and Parliament was established in Melbourne, the Governor of Australia rarely used the residence again. Since then, the state government has reclaimed the castle as the Governor's residence of New South Wales, also known as the Governor's Palace, but the Governor's Palace of New South Wales. It was not until 1996 that the Governor's Office moved out of Sydney that it began to open to the outside world and has become one of Sydney's most important tourist attractions. The once beautiful colonial government residence is now part of Australia's colonial historic sites, and after renovation, the Governor's Office has remained as it was more than a century ago. Governor's House, Elizabeth Farm and Pilot Farm witnessed the beginning of Australian history. The designer of the Governor's Palace is the Royal designer of King William IV. He has participated in the design of Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace. Therefore, the interior decoration of the Governor's Palace is entirely English-style. There are conference halls, ballrooms, study rooms, dining rooms, living rooms, etc. There are portraits of successive Governors on the walls around the hall. All the windows are bullet-proof. Therefore, several key points need to be clarified here are "1. The site of the First Governor's Palace of Australia is located in the front square of the Sydney Museum (1788 1845); 2. The new Governor's Palace in the Royal Botanical Garden is the Governor's Palace of Australia in 1845 1901; 3. The new Governor's Palace in the Royal Botanical Garden is the Governor's Palace of New South Wales after 1901. Fig. 1 - "The new Governor's Palace built in 1845 in the Royal Botanical Garden; Fig. 2 - "The Harbour Bridge and the Opera House are overlooked on the lawn of Benirang on the north side of the Governor's Palace; Fig. 3 - "Another one from another angle.
I'm also drunk. The correct explanation here should be the Governor's Office of New South Wales, each state has one. Of course, the Federal Government also has one. It's a bit like the Provincial Committee of China, but actually it has no right. It's more concentrated in the state legislature. It's located in the Royal Botanical Garden, and it seems that many state governors are in the Botanical Garden.
Deep English style, classical and sacred, can not be ignored the sense of existence
A very quiet office, surrounded by trees, birds and flowers, Australia's natural environment is well-known.
The government office complex is a historic building in Sydney. It is adjacent to the Sydney Opera House. But it may be because the opera house is so famous that the photographic rate of this historic building is not so high. Tourists sometimes ignore it inadvertently.
Small long vacation and good friends come here to play, the air here is very good, there are many people to play. There are men and women, old and young, and some small couples. The temperature is hot these days, but sweating is still very good. They have a good time these days. Next time they will come here to play with good friends. Generally speaking, this trip is worth visiting.