Made in 1968, this film reveals some of the challenges and controversies involved in the construction of the Sydney Opera House.
Get an up-close look at the details that make the Opera House such a marvel, including the base of the building (modelled on an Aztec temple), the Swedish-designed tiles, the sail-like roofs and the granite steps.
Featuring a score by Robert Young and Sven Libaek. Made by The Commonwealth Film Unit. Australian Colour Diary 28.
Notes by Beth Taylor