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    Sydney Jewish Museum

    Excursion / Last updated 10 months, 1 week ago

    The Sydney Jewish Museum is a museum and memorial that was founded by Holocaust survivors in an effort to teach about the Holocaust, the history of the Jews in Australia and illustrates the richness of Jewish life by showing its traditions.

    The Museum's timeline invites you to explore Jewish history from its Biblical origin in the Ancient Near East to the thriving community here in Australia.

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    148 Darlinghurst Road
    New South Wales

    The complex also houses a comprehensive resource centre, 100-seat theatrette, Museum Shop and War Memorial forecourt.

    To commemorate the lives of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators, honour the Survivors and pay tribute to the Righteous Among the Nations.

    Ensure through education, academic research and the display of artefacts and memorabilia, that the Holocaust and its uniqueness in history is never forgotten and that it is recognised as a crime against humanity with contemporary and universal significance.

    Explore and illustrate the depth of the Jewish religion, tradition and culture, Australian Jewish history and the contribution of Jews to Australian society.

    Yes. A venue risk assessment is available.



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