Hyde Park Barracks

Experience Sydney's convict history like never before at the World Heritage-listed Hyde Park Barracks Museum.

Explore inside one of the city's early colonial buildings on this trail, discovering the amazing stories behind the individuals whose Australian journeys began here and the different uses over time of this now-iconic spot.

A cryptic adventure full of local interest to end the Sydney Living Museum collection!

Museum admission: General: $12, Concession: $8, Family: $30

This trail is FREE and you can add up to 4 team members.

🧐 What to expect

πŸ‘‰ Team Game

Our modern-day treasure hunts are designed to be played as a team. Perfect for couples, friends, family, corporate team building or even a first date.

πŸ‘‰ Cryptic Challenge

The 14 tricky clues are designed to puzzle adults and will test your brains to the max. Remember to break them down a word at a time to solve the mystery!

πŸ‘‰ Indoor Fun

This is a great rainy (or scorching!) day option as the majority of this trail is indoors.

☝️ Instructions

This trail starts at Hyde Park Barracks Gate in Sydney and can be started Daily, 10am - 3pm.

If you plan on taking your time during the trail, please make sure you start at least 1 hour before the final start time.

You have 4 weeks to start your hunt once you have registered. On the day, please make your way to the start location and once you’re ready, the hunt organiser must click β€˜START HUNT’. Captains can add up to 3 extra devices to send and receive clues for each team.

πŸ† Leaderboard

πŸ₯‡ Chicken Boy Special

⏰ 00 hrs 56 min 13 sec

πŸ₯ˆ Team awesome

⏰ 01 hrs 36 min 38 sec

πŸ₯‰ Saphire

⏰ 01 hrs 43 min 48 sec

4 The Kings

⏰ 01 hrs 48 min 47 sec

5 Squirrels

⏰ 02 hrs 04 min 24 sec

6 J & B

⏰ 02 hrs 13 min 20 sec

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