The Sydney Jewish Museum offers visitors the opportunity to gain further knowledge of Judaism. Within this dignified and moving environment, visitors can explore the events of the Holocaust and Jewish life in Australia. The museum documents the arrival of sixteen Jewish convicts aboard the First Fleet and looks further at the waves of Jewish migration to the present day.
The ground floor exhibition traces the significant events that have shaped contemporary Jewish culture and gives insight into Judaism's central beliefs. There is valuable knowledge and experience to be found here for all people, from those with Jewish ancestry who seek a deeper understanding of their family history, to people discovering Judaism for the first time. Address: 148 Darlinghurst Road (corner of Burton St), Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010.