Murder on Sydney Harbour: 200 Years of Blood in the Water
Discover the historical murders and mysteries on Sydney Harbour over the last 200 years while enjoying a glass of wine in the stunning art deco Woollahra Hotel.
Today, Sydney Harbour is mostly a recreational harbour full of yachtsmen, swimmers and tourists. However, for most of its history since 1788, it was a very busy working port covered in merchant ships from all over the world, fishing vessels, and, before the construction of the Harbour Bridge, it was teeming with ferries and private watermen travelling in all directions. The harbour was the beating heart of Sydney.
Yet, the harbour was not just used for commerce and recreation, it was also used by some to hide the most vile acts.
In this talk, you will discover several horrific murders, cunning crimes and mystifying mysteries committed on Sydney Harbour over the last 200 years.