Built by convict laborers in 1819, the Hyde Park Barracks are a UNESCO site in conjunction with other Australian landmarks that relate to the housing and use of convict labor. Later, it was used to process the influx of female immigrants into Sydney.
Nowadays, the museum has exhibits and artifacts that document the daily lives of the men and women who had been inside these walls, reflecting the sobering truths of what these people had to go through. Entrance to the museum is A$10.
Note:Located on Macquarie Street.