It's that time of year again! Join us for the 2016 Walsh Bay Precinct Christmas Party on:

Thursday 8th of December 5pm - 11pm
In front of Pier 6/7

As always, the Manage Meant team will be pulling out all stops to ensure this year's party is the best one yet!

Once again, the lovely folks at Sydney Dance Lounge have asked that the following invitation be extended to residents of Walsh Bay:


Dear Residents of Walsh Bay

I hope you are all well and looking forward to the coming festive season!

I am the Venue and Events Manager at Sydney Dance Lounge and I must say we feel extremely lucky and privileged to be able to trade in such a fantastic spot. Because of this we have once again begun to work towards opening the Venue for this coming New Year’s Eve (2016/2017). Last year our guests had such a great spot to watch the fireworks from, and we would like to once again showcase just how amazing Walsh Bay is as an area to visit.

Please be advised that the Variety Santa Fun Run will be taking place on Sunday 4th December 2016 between 8:30am – 11am. The start and finish is at First Fleet Park, Circular Quay. It is expected the run will attract up to 2,500 participants. 

There are no Special Event Clearways in place and the run takes place predominately on footpath areas. Roads will be progressively re-opened by Who Dares and User Paid Police after clear of runners. The following traffic conditions will be in place on the event day: 

On behalf of the Walsh Bay Precinct Association,

It is with great sadness that we inform you that at 3am this morning our Walsh Bay Precinct Manager of nearly 10 years, Luke Meads, has passed away after a short but courageous battle with cancer.
Luke has been an integral part of the Walsh Bay community, and an admirable and supportive Precinct Manager. It is truly devastating that he is no longer with us and will be sorely missed.
On behalf of the entire Walsh Bay community, we extend our very deepest condolences to Luke's family.

Art lovers, photographers and all visitors to Sydney will find something to enjoy at Sculpture at Barangaroo, to be held in Sydney’s spectacular new Harbour foreshore park, Barangaroo Reserve, from 6-21 August 2016.

The event is presented in partnership with Sculpture by the Sea, which has been delighting Sydney with its outdoor exhibitions along the Bondi coastal walk for almost 20 years.

The arts takes centre stage for the inner city under the 2016-2017 budget with a sweeping redevelopment of the Walsh Bay cultural precinct.

Described as “once in a generation” cultural infrastructure projects, more than $147 million has been allocated to the renewal of the Opera House and redevelopment of the Walsh Bay Arts precinct.

The area, which stretches along Hickson Road, includes blue ribbon institutions Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney Dance Company, Bangarra Dance, Gondwana Choirs and Sydney Philharmonia Choirs.

The full article on Daily Telegraph HERE

Walsh Bay Wine Cellars: is inviting Walsh Bay Residents, Businesses and Staff to a wine tasting season, commencing 24 June to 12 August.

5pm to 7.30pm Every Friday for 8 weeks.  

Enjoy a different focus every week with a representative from the wine companies on hand to answer any question - see the invitation for more details.  Matching food to go with the wines for the week. 


Nelson Lau: is a Walsh Bay Resident and a photographer, filmmaker and doctor. His photography exhibition, ‘Timeless’, is inspired by the historical architecture of The Rocks as well as the films of Hong Kong director Wong Kar Wai and his collaboration with Australian cinematographer Christopher Doyle. The photo series uses The Rocks as a cinematic backdrop to tell the story of two star crossed lovers from parallel worlds.

27 May - 18 June:  An extra week this year to ensure everybody gets the most out of vivid.  Vivid provides a welcome boost to the restaurants and cafes of Walsh Bay at a time of year traditionally quieter due to colder weather.
Walsh Bay will host 13 installations stretching from Pier One to Pier 8/9.  There will be mix of interactive, passive installations including some in the water.

Walsh Bay is leading the way in raising money for the Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation.

Bar Cycle has gathered a group Walsh Bay Residents to participate in this years Pedal 4 Kids.  This is a 132km ride from Kiama to Sydney to raise funds for the Sydney Childrens Hospital.  The Walsh Bay Team "Barcycle" features as a "Top Team" fundraiser and has raised over $9,000 so far.  

16 May - 22 May: A highlight of the Walsh Bay Cultural Calendar is the Sydney Writers Festival.  The Festival brings a huge number of literary fans to the Precinct and provides an exciting week combining books, talks, lectures and great food.  

My Perfect Festival is a great way to enjoy a selection of the Artistic Director’s Festival highlights and relax between events at the SWF private lounge at Walsh Bay.

The Barangaroo Delivery Authority is soon to be deconstructing the Sydney harbour Control Tower.  In an effort to reduce the impact to Merriman St and Clyne Reserve and to reduce noise from the works, there will be a temporary closure of upper Clyne Reserve, including the playground. 

At this stage, it is expected that upper Clyne Reserve will be closed for at least five months from May until early October.

Tonkin Zulaikha has been appointed Tonkin Zulaikha Greer (TZG) to design the $139 million redevelopment of Walsh Bay Arts Precinct.

TZG was appointed through a selected tender process and will coordinate design across the precinct.

The redevelopment centres around two piers in Walsh Bay. Pier 4/5 will be redeveloped with upgraded spaces for the Sydney Theatre Company, Australian Theatre for Young People and Bangarra Dance Company. Pier 2/3, the last undeveloped pier in Walsh Bay, will be transformed into a new 450-seat auditorium for the Australian Chamber Orchestra.

The Federal Government has announced a $1 million contribution to the Bell Shakespeare capital campaign, which will help the company secure a permanent home at Sydney’s Pier 2/3.

The funding will be used to leverage other private donations for the capital campaign.

Minister for the Arts Mitch Fifield said, ‘Bell Shakespeare’s new facility will be a fitting tribute to its Founding Artistic Director John Bell AO, who retired from his role with the company at the end of last year.’

Commissioned by the Barangaroo Delivery Authority, this 27 minute film explores the site's history, from project inception, through to precinct development. The film is told through interviews with people key to bringing Barangaroo into being, from designers and project teams to politicians and members of the public. 

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