DAY 1Aug 15 2018
DAY 2Aug 16 2018
Welcoming by sydney airport
We stay at this old used to be woll store renovated to apartment hotel
The Goldsbrough is named after Richard Goldsbrough who was born in England in 1821 and arrived in Australia in 1847. He developed a highly successful wool business and is credited with improving the collection and sale of wool
In 1924, three floors were added to the Goldsbrough, then in 1935 it caught fire and burned for almost two weeks. The building was restored by it’s original builders, Stuart Brothers, who kept to the original exterior plan.
The restored Goldsbrough continued to function as a wool store until the 1890s. Besides the vast storage areas, it housed a café and a well-lit viewing area on the top floor.
In 1995 this heritage building was converted to apartments, with the addition of four floors. While the exterior remains true to the original design, the centre is an atrium with eye-opening views form all floors and the penthouses have spectacular views.
The lanolin-aged hardwood floors, the impressive wooden beams and 12-foot ceilings retain the buildings uniques character and atmosphere.
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