30 April 2021
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Andrew Wise for his support and dedication and for hosting the service. 

Thank you to CMDR Andrew Johnston, for his attendance and for providing the special story of Private Alexander Thomas Johnston, a local from Dawes Point who served in WW1. 

To our Bugler Mr. Ian Stenning a huge thank you for taking part again this year.

A Note from Barangaroo 

I’ve attached the latest Barangaroo Community newsletter, which includes photos of the recently opened Barangaroo foreshore walk.

Also as a reminder, attached is the latest update for April and May which outlines what work to expect.

If you require any further information please don’t hesitate to contact me or one of JHCPBG’s Community Team on 1800 171 386 (24-hour community information line) or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Sydney’s Super Tunnel documentary

Sydney’s Super Tunnel - a documentary series on SBS that features Sydney Metro Barangaroo Station works – will be available to watch again this Sunday 25th April at 9.15pm. Episodes 1 and 2 are available on replay on SBS on demand.

Have a lovely weekend


Community Place Manager| Barangaroo
John Holland CPB Ghella (JHCPBG)

23 Hickson Road 

PAN-91205 Alterations/additions to commercial development comprising change of use to function centre. Indoor and outdoor hours of operation between 7am and 9pm (Monday to Thursday), 7am to 11pm (Friday to Saturday) and 7am to 6pm (Sunday).

Click here to view the application in full. 

Trucks on Hickson Rd 
Dear Residents,

The Walsh Bay Precinct Assoc. would like to inform you of the latest update for the issue regarding construction trucks parking on Hickson Rd.

We have received complaints over the past month due to the number of trucks arriving from 5:30 am weekdays.  please see a photo of the company name. The trucks are traveling to a North Sydney construction site, however, we do not have the exact location and any further information on this. 

The Precinct office has been in contact with Council and Sydney City Traffic Services who have both advised that the trucks are parked legally as long as they do not have engines running. 

However, if engines are left running,
They have stated:” If a truck does park in Hickson Road, we encourage residents to obtain the details of the vehicle or take a photo and send it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for us to investigate.”

Residents are asked to contact the above if they witness engines left running at the time of the issue.

City Traffic Services did attend this week and spoke to the trucks and found out that they are not waiting to go to a site in North Sydney. They will speak to the company on our behalf,  but as they are parked legally, Traffic Services cannot take any action. However, they will continue to monitor the area.