VIVID

Till June 18: Walsh Bay Lights up with Vivid.  13 installations, the best restaurants in Sydney and no crowds combine to make Walsh Bay the best Vivid experience on offer.
Book a restaurant, enjoy the spectacle and make the most of this year's light festival.

LIGHT RAIL

ALTRAC UPDATE: Work is now underway in four CBD construction zones, with more to start in the coming months.
Work is now taking place in the following zones:
- Zone 2: George Street, between Alfred and Grosvenor Streets - NORTHBOUND ONLY
- Zone 3: George Street, between Bridge and Margaret Streets - NORTHBOUND ONLY
- Zone 5: George Street, between King and Market Streets - CLOSED
- Zone 6: George Street, between Market and Park/Druitt Streets. - CLOSED

CLICK HERE for more details

BAMBOO ASIAN GARDEN

New Owners  of the Chinese Restaurant in Walsh Bay would like to get to know all Walsh Bay residents and they invite you to meet them and try their new menu.
Residents who spend more than $50.00 in the restaurant during June will be treated to a free bottle of wine.  Bamboo Asian Garden offers a traditional Chinese menu including 2 banquet options.
 
Support your local business. Experience the new menu and friendly staff at the Bamboo Asian Garden.  
Dine in June and  receive a complimentary bottle of wine when you spend over $50.  
Just let them know you live in Walsh Bay when you book or before you are seated.
Bamboo Asian Garden also offer LUNCH SPECIALS every day for between $8.80 and $14.80
Licensed Restaurant
BYO Welcome
To Book Call 8065 9268

Resident Photographic Exhibition

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. ’Timeless’ is part of the Head On Photo Festival, the largest photography festival in Australia, and is exhibiting at The Rocks Discovery Museum until July 3rd, with free entry Monday to Sunday from 10am-5pm.
You can read more about the exhibition here: www.headon.com.au/exhibitions/timeless
Download Details Here

BARANGAROO

CLYNE RESERVE: A section of Upper Clyne Reserve, including the playground, will be closed during deconstruction of the Harbour Control Tower, until early October. The BBQs remain accessible.

The deconstruction method ensures that most of Merriman Street will remain open during the works.
Site signage gives directions to the nearby Trinity Avenue Playground and Pottinger Park (The Paddock).

WINE TASTING

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.  
For those who work in Walsh Bay - Drop In before you head home! 
For those who LIVE in Walsh Bay - Join your neighbours for a Friday evening social gathering.  
Eat Drink and be Merry!!
EVERYTHING IS FREE
NB: Invitation or bookings are not required for access. Just drop in.

VERMILION

INK INSTINCT - Exhibition 17 June to 23 July: Vermilion Chinese Art Gallery invites Walsh Bay Residents to the  the opening of Vermilion Art’s first ink painting exhibition by Beijing artist Sun Ziyao, Ink Instinct.  
6.30pm Thursday 16th June
5/16 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
 Chinese ink art has a long history. Sun Ziyao is one of a new generation of Chinese artists who have transformed this ancient form. Ink Instinct is his first solo exhibition in Australia.
 Leading artist and curator of this exhibition Guan Wei 关伟 says:
“Sun Ziyao has overturned traditional Chinese ink art. His techniques extend the scope of traditional ink painting by mixing ink, acrylic, oil and sometimes wax or pencils to enrich and strengthen the images. His works can shake and rattle, and make us uneasy. They have an element of primitive unruliness and a wild beauty.”  
Download Invitation Here

Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce

Representing Business and Arts: Log on to the WBAC Website to find out how Wash Bay Arts and Commerce can assist with your business.

FREE WIFI

Upgrade: The Free Wifi has recently been upgraded to provide faster and more reliable connections.
Try the FREE Wifi while enjoying a coffee or meal at any of the cafes along the boardwalk.
Please provide feedback on your experience by Email to the Precinct Manager.

WEBSITE

Upgrade: The Walsh Bay Website has been upgraded to provide better operation and security on mobile platforms.
Have a look at the fresh new layout and updated information.
www.walshbay.com.au
The Precinct Manager would love any feedback.
 

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