The Mint

Address: 10 Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: 2 8239 2288

Tags: museum, art competition, historical

Constructed between 1811 and 1816, by direction of Governor Macquarie as the southern wing of the ‘Rum Hospital’, this site holds great historical significance. Expanded in 1854 to accommodate the first branch of the Royal Mint outside of England. The building has had a diverse range of uses, including its most recent transformation in 2004 into the head offices of the Historic Houses Trust.

Awarded winner Specialty Venue for the second consecutive year, 2007 and 2008, at the National Meeting & Events Industry Awards and the Greenway Award for conservation at the NSW Architecture awards 2005, The Mint is now a multi award winning venue with innovative and stylish contemporary event spaces suitable for a diverse range of meetings and events.

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