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Public Art in New South Wales

Sydney is Australia’s oldest and largest city and was built on land once occupied by the Eora tribe. In 1768 Lieutenant James Cook set out on the ship H.M. Bark Endeavour to explore the South Pacific. On this expedition Cook landed in Botany Bay on the 29th April 1770, becoming the first recorded white man to land in “New Holland” (later to be named Australia). In 1788 the first fleet anchored in Botany Bay to establish the first colony in Australia. 

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