- The combination of grand, gothic-style house, outbuildings, harbor views and twelve hectares of formal gardens and grounds places Vaucluse House high on Sydney's must see list. Dating from 1803, it was later extended by William Charles Wentworth- father of the Australian constitution. The interiors have been restored to the period when he lived here with his wife and numerous children (1827-53 and again in 1861-62) and include many objects, which belonged to the family. The adjoining Tearooms are also worth a visit.
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