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The Great Synagogue

Built in Byzantine style and consecrated in 1878, the Great Synagogue, is the Mother Congregation of Sydney Jewry. The synagogue features touches of Gothic architecture and a stunning "wheel window".

Free tours and a short film are presented at noon on Tuesday & Thursday.

Open Orthodox services Friday night at 5pm and Saturday morning at 8.45am.

Getting There
The entrance to the Great Synagogue is located at 166 Castlereagh Street (nr Park Street). The nearest railway stations are Town Hall and Museum. The Great Synagogue is near Sydney Explorer stop number 14.

Phone: 02 9267 2477
Fax: 02 9264 8871

For Disabled Access Please Make Prior Arrangements. Free guided tours Tuesday & Thursday 12noon.

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