Sydney Cove

Bay or cove

Small bay on the southern shore of Port Jackson, which became the site for the European settlement in Sydney.

Sydney Port Jackson, New South Wales, taken from the Rocks on the western side of the Cove, c 1803
Names
Aboriginal
Warrane
Milestones
Arrived Sydney
25 Jan 1788
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26 Jan 1788
Died
25 Mar 1788
Died
2 May 1788
Died
7 Sep 1790
Plan of the streets of the town of Sydney, 13 April 1832
Sydney Cove c1845
Circular Quay, 1839.
The entrance of Port Jackson, and part of the town of Sydney, New South Wales c1821
Detail from 'Sydney in All Its Glory', a view of Sydney Cove from Dawes Point, c1817
Detail of map of the settlement at Sydney Cove Port Jackson April 1788
Sketch and description of the settlement at Sydney Cove Port Jackson in the County of Cumberland...16th of April, 1788
Sydney Cove, Port Jackson 1788
The Sirius and Supply in Jackson's Bay c1789
A direct north general view of Sydney Cove 1794
Sydney - Capital New South Wales c1800
Sydney from the western side of the Cove c1803
Sketch of Sydney Cove, Port Jackson in the County of Cumberland New South Wales July 1788, T Medland sculp, coastline by W Dawes, the soundings by Capt Hunter
Founding of the settlement of Port Jackson at Botany Bay in New South Wales 1788
North View of Sydney New South Wales, taken from the North Shore 1822
West view of Sydney Cove taken from the Rocks, at the rear of the General Hospital 1789
View of Sydney from the east side of the Cove c1811
Sketch of the coast from Darling Harbour to Elizabeth Bay: showing the grants to Mr McLeay and six other gentlemen.  Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed, 16th July 1832
Millers Point and Dawes Point coastline 1832
Western view of Sydney Cove 1797

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