“I Am Free” Sydney Walking Tour #4: Sydney Hospital & General Post Office (Brasileiro na Australia)

Fourth video of the Sydney Walking Tour with the guide from “I Am Free” Sydney Tour. This Sydney tour starts just next to the Sydney Town Hall and St Andrew`s Cathedral. On this video we got to the historic Sydney Hospital and then head to Martin Place where we learnt about the General Post Office! See the building descriptions below…

Brasileiros na Australia ja procura logo passeio gratuito pra conhecer Sydney! Obviamente o guia fala em ingles, mas em outra oportunidade visitarei alguns desses lugares de novo explicando em portugues. Nesse video conhecemos o tradicional Sydney Hospital e depois fomos pro popular Martin Place, onde fica o General Post Office.

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The Sydney Hospital is a major hospital in Sydney, Australia, located on Macquarie Street in the Sydney central business district. It is the oldest hospital in Australia, dating back to 1788, and at its current location since 1811. It first attained the name Sydney Hospital in 1881.
Currently the hospital comprises 113 inpatient beds. Specialist services attract patients from all over New South Wales. It specialises in ophthalmology and hand surgery and is a referral hospital for patients requiring these services. However, it does also house a rudimentary 6-bed Emergency Department.
Sydney Hospital is associated with the University of New South Wales through its own association with St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney but is also associated with Sydney University through the Department of Ophthalmology.

The General Post Office (abbreviation GPO) is a landmark building in Sydney. It is located at the western end of Martin Place (No. 1 Martin Place), between George and Pitt Streets. The main facade stretches some 100 metres down Martin Place. In 1996, as part of the disbursement of Australia Post assets by the Federal Government of Australia, the building was sold to private owners. It was subsequently refurbished and now houses shops, restaurants, hotel rooms, and the lobby of two adjoining tower blocks. Designed by colonial architect James Barnet, the building was constructed in stages from 1866 to 1891.

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