Vaucluse

Suburb

Eastern suburb located on South Head. The land was the traditional country of the Birrabirragal people, settled in the 1820s and named after Vaucluse in the south of France. It is one of Sydney's most expensive suburbs.

Vaucluse demographics

Light House, South Head of Port Jackson c1840-1850
Nielsen Park, Vaucluse 1910-1960s
South Head and lighthouse, Port Jackson, N. S. Wales, with the approach of a southerly squall c1825
The Gap, Watsons Bay c1880
St Michael's Church, Vaucluse c1877
Vue du phare du Port Jackson, Nouvelle Galles du Sud, 1830
St Michael's Church of England, Vaucluse 1955
Greycliffe House, Vaucluse 2009
Strickland House, Vaucluse 2009
Wentworth Memorial Church, Vaucluse
Macquarie Lighthouse site plan, June 1883
Macquarie Lighthouse plans section, June 1883
Macquarie Lighthouse elevation, June 1883
South Head Lighthouse c1820s
Port Jackson Lighthouse c1840
Carrara, Rose Bay 1905
Carrara, Rose Bay August 1903
Officials on gallery of new Macquarie Lighthouse c1883
The Gap, South Head c1870
Macquarie Lighthouse, Vaucluse: old and new side-by-side 1884
The Gap 1880s
Entrance to Port Jackson 1857
Sydney Lighthouse c1826
Atlas of the Suburbs of Sydney - Vaucluse & Woollahra 1895-1895
Vaucluse Bay, Port Jackson, New South Wales c1818
Port Jackson NSW distant view from above Rose Bay - on the South Head Road 1847
The monument erected to the memory of Lieutenant Grieve, killed at the Battle of Paardeberg, Vaucluse 1903