Getting to Walsh Bay

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By Bus

  • 324 and 325 from Watsons Bay - The route links Walsh Bay with CBD via Wynyard and Town Hall before heading through the Easter Suburbs to Watsons Bay.
  • For more details please visit www.sydneybuses.info or telephone 131 500.


On and Off Street Parking

Hickson Rd has metered parking up to a maximum of 4 hours and cost $4.40 per hour before 6pm and $2.20 per hour between 6pm-10pm (be sure to bring change). 

Paid off street parking can be found at Interpark Bond Store One 26 Hickson Road Walsh Bay (next door to the Sydney Theatre Company) and at Wilsons Parking Towns Place on the corner of Towns Place and Hickson Road at Walsh Bay. More information below...


By Ferry and Train

  • Ferry and train services operate to and from The Rocks and Circular Quay. Walsh Bay is a 15-20 minute walk from Circular Quay.
  • New Night Bus Service linking Town Hall and Wynyard Stations
  • The State Government has introduced an evening bus service linking Hickson Road with Town Hall Station via Wynyard. Route 998 runs from 9pm to 4.30am every Friday and Saturday night. Buses run every 30 minutes and there is a bus stop on Hickson Road outside Pier 4/5.


By Taxi

Taxis regularly service Hickson Road and can collect and drop off along Hickson Road.

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Bond Store One Car Park 
Operated by InterPark
Check the Website for Rates and Hours of Operation 

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Barangaroo Point Car Park (Entry via Hickson Road) Towns Place. 
Operated by Wilsons Car Parks
Check the Website for Rates and Hours of Operation 

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Barangaroo Reserve Car Park 
(Entry via Towns Place).
Operated by Wilsons Car Parks
Check the Website for Rates and Hours of Operation 

Precinct Contacts

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Walsh Bay Precinct Manager

Manage Meant Pty Ltd 
Precinct Manager: Darren Gardner 
T. (02) 9252 9876 | M. 0428 693 510 precinct.manager@manage-meant.com.au Assistant Precinct Manager - 
Joanne Craft T. (02) 9252 9876 | M. 0499 593 004

Walsh Bay Building Manager

Manage Meant Pty Ltd 
Precinct Manager: Darren Gardner 
T. (02) 9252 9876 | M. 0428 693 510

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Walsh Bay Strata Manager

Dynamic Property Services 
Strata Manager: Jodie Gardener 
T. (02) 9267 6334 JodieG@dynamicproperty.com.au 

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Rocks Police

Rocks Area Command 
T. (02) 8220 6399 

Precinct Security

CSA Group
Telephone: 1300 823 710 

Friday 5pm - 12am Saturday: 5pm - 12am 

For any issues, please call security directly on 0488 002 170 during these times.

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City of Sydney Council

One Stop Shop 
T. (02) 9265 9333 
(general enquiries, graffiti and rubbish) 

T. (02) 9265 9197 (for parking) 

T. (02) 9265 9333 

W. www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au

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Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority

Switch : T. (02) 9240 8500 
W. www.shfa.nsw.gov.au

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Switch: T. 13 12 56 
E. enquiries@rms.nsw.gov.au 
W. www.maritime.nsw.gov.au

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Community Enquiry Line 
T. 1300 966 480 
W. www.barangaroo.com


M. 02 9247 7878 
E. moorings@manage-meant.com.au

Justice of the Peace

Darren Gardner T. (02) 9247 7878 
(Located 18 Hickson Road) 
Sharon Easten T. (02) 9080 6906 
(Located Shore 2/3) 
Kishore Bende T. 9241 2970 
(Located at Pier 6/7 Concierge) 

Please call ahead for days and times when this service is available

Local Community Organisations

City North Men's Shed Inc. 
The City North Men's Shed (CNMS) is a not-for-profit incorporated association whose membership is open to the men (and women) resident or working in the northern end of the Sydney Central Business District (ie Circular Quay, The Rocks, Dawes Point, Millers Point, and Barangaroo). 

We are currently located within the Millers Point Co-Op at 87 Lower Fort Street, Millers Point. CNMS is in its formative stages and its activities are intended to provide connection with the community, a place to meet like-minded people and to engage in activities that will promote the mental and physical well-being of its members. 

Initial activities will include learning and promoting wood-working skills and using those skills for community based projects and activities. It is also anticipated that the CNMS will provide a venue for discussions and guest lectures on a variety of topics relevant to men's health. 

The membership will predominantly be drawn from retired men living in apartments, however, we are aware of other men in our community who may be still working and simply wishing to gain basic wood-working skills or to drop in and chat with their neighbours. 

CMNS generally meets on Thursdays, 1000-1300, but will expand to meet the needs of members. 

Come along, contact us at info@citynorthmensshed.org.au or visit our website www.citynorthmensshed.org.au