The 2.5 hectares of foreshore land, formerly an industrial site for Caltex, underwent a renewal project to provide green picnic spots with walking paths, access for cyclists and panoramic views of the city and Harbour Bridge.
Barangaroo is a $6 billion urban renewal of 22 hectares of Sydney post-industrial foreshore.
The Bays Precinct Urban Renewal Program was established to regenerate the 80 hectare foreshore area and bays located two kilometres west of the CBD.
A $15 million upgrade to the wharves and jetties at Darling Harbour’s Cockle Bay is now complete.
Place Management NSW owns and manages the 60 hectare Darling Harbour site, which includes 28 hectares of water, known as Cockle Bay.
Darling Island is now comprised of premium residential apartments, high grade commercial offices, and public walkways and parks.
Darling Quarter included new national headquarters for the Commonwealth Bankand a world-class 4,000 metres squared children's playground.
A central function of Place Management NSW is the care, management and interpretation of the significant natural and cultural heritage resources that exist within our jurisdiction.
The NSW Government looks after property maintenance, minor works, landscaping and street furniture on the public promenade area between King Street wharves and Lime and King Streets).
The Luna Park Reserve at Milsons point is one of the most prominent and visually distinctive landmarks on the Sydney Harbour foreshore.
The Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) was the lead agency in delivering the NSW Government's renewal vision to transform Pyrmont and Ultimo.
The Government is protecting and enhancing heritage assets along the Sydney Harbour foreshore.
The NSW Government developed and manages The Goods Line; a green public space which provides a traffic-free, accessible thoroughfare from Central Station to Darling Harbour.
The aim of this Policy is to establish a clear pricing regime for licenced outdoor seating in The Rocks
There’s always something exciting going on at Darling Harbour. Whip out your diary and get ready to pencil in some of Sydney’s most exciting events
Whether you're here for the weekend and looking for things to do in Sydney or living local, there's plenty to see and do in The Rocks!