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Carss Cottage is a sandstone cottage built in 1865 for William Carss and family. It is the oldest building still standing in the Kogarah area and houses a Museum focusing on local history, run by Kogarah Historical Society. Changing displays range from famous local artists to the history of theatrical groups from the region and lifestyles of the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Open every Sunday afternoon and at other times by request for tour groups. Tours include a talk, tour of Museum and optional guided walk around Carss Park. Mondays at the Museum is a bi-monthly event open to all. Check their website for the full program of events.

Email: info@kogarah.historicalsociety.com.au

Phone: 02 9546 4623

Website: www.kogarah.historicalsociety.com.au

Address:
Carwar Avenue
Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2221

Guest Facilities:
Access Without Assistance for the Disabled

Experiences you can enjoy at Carss Cottage Museum:
Educational Tourism, Historic/Heritage


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Carss Cottage Museum

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Set on the point overlooking Kogarah Bay, the Cottage is part of the Carss Bush Park which has been placed under a permanent conservation order by the NSW Heritage Council and recognised by the National Trust 'to be protected as a place of beauty'.

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Set on the point overlooking Kogarah Bay, the Cottage is part of the Carss Bush Park which has been placed under a permanent conservation order by the NSW Heritage Council and recognised by the National Trust 'to be protected as a place of beauty'.

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