In this issue :

One Sydney Harbour Project Update
Barangaroo development update
New Development Applications
Arts Precinct 
Local community events and news
Community meeting 

Upcoming Nightworks and Road Closure – Watermans Quay
Ausgrid will carry out essential works in Watermans Quay from 8pm until 5am on the following nights:

  • Tuesday 26 July 2022
  • Wednesday 27 July 2022
  • Thursday 28 July 2022 (contingency)

The dates and times of these essential works are controlled by Ausgrid and for safety reasons, they are required to take place outside of standard working hours. Any affected properties will have been notified of potential impacts by Ausgrid in advance.
Watermans Quay will be closed during each night shift. Traffic management will be in place to safely direct vehicles and road users. Access to International Towers Sydney basement will remain via Barangaroo Avenue only and under traffic control. Diversion signage will be in place to assist road users. Pedestrians will not be impacted by these works.

Tower Crane Installation

Lendlease is installing a tower crane to support the construction of the third residential tower, next to Hickson Road. Due to wet weather delays, preparation work is ongoing. The tower crane is expected to be installed on Friday 29 July and Saturday 30 July.

All works will take place during standard construction hours of 7am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 7am to 5pm on Saturdays.

As part of these works, a mobile crane will be established in the workzone next to Hickson Road to lift the crane sections into place and progressively install the crane structure. Due to Transport for NSW requirements for wide load deliveries, the mobile crane is expected to arrive to site on Friday 29 July between 5.00am and 5.30am. All other deliveries will take place during standard construction hours.

If you have any further questions about these works or the construction of One Sydney Harbour, please do not hesitate to contact the team on 1300 039 755 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Modification 9 to Barangaroo Concept Plan is now on public exhibition

Central Barangaroo will become the cultural and civic heart of Barangaroo, linking the natural beauty of Barangaroo Reserve with the commercial district of Barangaroo South.

On the western half of the Central Barangaroo precinct, Harbour Park will be designed as a centrally located, 1.85 hectare foreshore public open space for a range of recreation, events and entertainment activities. On the eastern half of the precinct, adjacent to Hickson Road and connected to Barangaroo Metro Station, a mixed-use development zone will facilitate a range of future commercial, retail, residential and community buildings and uses.

As the Central Barangaroo developer, Aqualand has designed a concept plan proposal which requires a modification to the approved Barangaroo Concept Plan. Known as Modification 9, the application seeks approval for the development blocks, uses and building heights in Central Barangaroo.

Infrastructure NSW lodged Modification 9 with the Department of Planning and Environment. This was placed on public exhibition on Tuesday 12 July for the community to review and make submissions.

Modification 9 is on public exhibition until Monday 8 August 2022. 

To hear from the project team directly, please register for one of our webinars

Find out more

New Development Applications

19 Hickson Road DAWES POINT NSW 2000

DA Number: D/2022/653

PAN-237705 - Alterations to residential development

Exhibition closes: 29/07/2022

View full details and accompanying documentation.

Walsh Bay Arts Precinct 


Australia’s newest cultural precinct on Sydney Harbour foreshore was awarded the top honour at the 2022 NSW Architecture Awards alongside the award for Public Architecture, Greenway award for Heritage and a commendation for Interior Architecture.

Walsh Bay Arts Precinct’s resident companies comprise Bangarra Dance Theatre, Gondwana Choirs, Sydney Dance Company, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, Sydney Theatre Company and The Song Company, all located at Wharf 4/5 and at Pier 2/3, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Australian Theatre for Young People and Bell Shakespeare.  A premier arts and culture hub, the Precinct presents a vibrant program of musical concerts, dance and theatre performances and public events throughout 2022.

Walsh Bay Arts Precinct is located on the Sydney Harbour foreshore and is now a premier arts and culture hub, home to nineof the nation’s foremost performing arts companies. Former cargo wharves built between 1913 and 1920, Wharf 4/5 and Pier 2/3 are an integral part of Sydney’s history and now feature a heritage-sensitive design by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects, undertaken by Richard Crookes Constructions. As the northern most operational pier at Walsh Bay, Pier 2/3 was a key ‘open berth’ location for passenger cargo ships and following the Second World War, the wharf functioned as a migrant arrival point for new families starting their lives in New South Wales. 
In July 2021, the renovation of Sydney Theatre Company’s premises at The Wharf by Australian Architecture Studio Hassellwas recognised with the prestigious Sir John Sulman Medal for Public Architecture at the 2021 Australian Institute of Architects NSW awards. This was especially meaningful for the Company as the Sulman Medal was also won by the original architect, Viv Fraser with the office of the NSW Government, for the original repurposing of the abandoned finger wharf into a theatre-making space in 1985.
Walsh Bay Arts Precinct was unveiled earlier this year following the completion of major redevelopment works on the historically significant Pier 2/3 and Wharf 4/5 undertaken by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects. The Precinct recently won in the Adaptive Reuse category at the National Trust Heritage Awards 2022. 
On the announcement of the awards, Peter Tonkin, Director of Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects said: “It has been a genuine privilege working on the robust and beautiful twentieth-century buildings at Walsh Bay, a visionary industrial project originally created for the benefit of the public, and to see it now grown into a different and even more focal public role. It’s also been a privilege working with so many inspiring people in all aspects of the project.”
Selected by a jury led by former NSW Government Architect Peter Mould, the Precinct received the state’s top award, the NSW Architecture Medallion, for the transformation of Pier 2/3 and Wharf 4/5 undertaken by Tonkin Zulaikha Greer Architects. The Precinct also received the awards for Public Architecture, Greenway Award for Heritage and a commendation for Interior Architecture.

For more information on Walsh Bay Arts Precinct visit

Details of performance dates and how to book are available via the company websites below:

Australian Chamber Orchestra

Australian Theatre for Young People

Bangarra Dance Theatre

Bell Shakespeare

Gondwana Choirs

Sydney Dance Company

Sydney Philharmonia Choirs

Sydney Theatre Company

The Song Company

Join us at Pier 2/3 from 25 July to 15 August for our new talk series; 
          An Unauthorised History of Classic Music.

ABC Classic presenters Genevieve Lang and Russell Torrance will take you on a tour through the remarkable, inspiring and often shocking history of classical music. Across four nights they’ll survey 1000 years of music, introducing you to the key ideas, uncovering some neglected figures, and answering those burning questions: when did it all start? What really is the big deal with Bach? 
Whether you’re a lifelong classical music lover or looking for a way in, expect to be informed, entertained and surprised.
Click here to book tickets or contact Swan Feix at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. 


Can you imagine yourself singing ‘Hallelujah’ with hundreds of others, a full orchestra and star soloists in the Sydney Opera House this Christmas? Registrations for our Christmas Choir are now open – and everyone is welcome! This year Christmas Choir will sing Handel’s magnificent oratorio Messiah over three performances in December.
Read all about it below and register before Monday 31 October.
                  Or call (02) 8274 6200 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm)
Info & Registration
Community Meeting

Place Management would like to invite the local community to an online meeting to discuss traffic operations and hear feedback since the return of cruising 
The session would be on Tuesday 26th July at 6pm and would be held on Teams. 
Join on your computer or mobile app
Click here to join the meeting
Or join by entering a meeting ID
Meeting ID: 417 805 461 870 
Passcode: ipNQEo 
Or call in (audio only)
+61 2 8318 0010,,402177624#   Australia, Sydney
Phone Conference ID: 402 177 624#