EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING DATE - 23 SEPTEMBER 2015.
Vivid Sydney is inviting creative industry professionals and aspiring practitioners from Australia and around the world to put forward their best and brightest creative concepts for Vivid Light, a core component of Vivid Sydney which includes spectacular Light Walk installations and iconic building projections.
This a great opportunity for creative industries located in Walsh Bay to submit installations to be exhibited in Walsh Bay. This will showcase your work and enhance the reputation of Walsh Bay as Sydney's Creative Hub.
for the Information Pack
Download the APPLICATION FORM HERE
Delicious Destinations Festival
Sunday 11 October
Pier One Sydney Harbour: Together with The Gantry Restaurant and Bar, Pier One Sydney Harbour will be flaunting their love affair for uniting delicious destinations with people who love deliciousness, by launching their bi-annual Delicious Destinations Festival right here at Pier One Walsh Bay.
See the Pier transform into a festival of local Walsh Bay eateries, regional farm and produce stations, live entertainment, educational classes and pop ups of our famed wine regions – including Sydney’s first Cloudy Bay Lounge for 2015. We’ve even got a Doggy Corner that offers delicious treats for your four legged friends – so bring your pooch along for the afternoon!
It’s not just food and drink that make a destination delicious! As Australia’s most experiential hotel, we’re teasing all of your senses – smell, sight, sound, touch and of course TASTE!
Bring the family, friends and pets and we’ll SEE YOU SOON!
Pier One Sydney Harbour is reaching out to local eateries, businesses and brands that would like to become a vendor at the festival.
Download the Proposal Here
The success of the festival will depend on our local residents and brand getting on board and sharing the news. Pier One Sydney Harbour would love to have all the eateries, bars, restaurants etc. host a stall and really showcase how great Walsh Bay is…
photo - Johan Persson.
Sydney Theatre Company:
Announced that Jonathan Church will Succeed Andrew Upton as Artistic Director of Sydney Theatre Company (STC). The British artist has been Artistic Director of Chichester Festival Theatre since 2006 and is credited with completely transforming the much-loved UK institution.
Current Artistic Director of STC Andrew Upton said: "I think Jonathan Church is a terrific choice as the next Artistic Director of STC. After a period being led by an actress and a writer, I think it's important to have a theatre director once more at the helm. I look forward to fresh perspectives on the international theatre canon and a continuation of STC's championing of local theatre makers and stories, including on the international stage. Developing pathways for artists is one of the key aspects of being an Artistic Director of a theatre company this size and Jonathan has a great track record for enabling artists in the UK”, Upton said.DOWNLOAD
the media release.
YVE BLAKE - THEN: Don't miss the Australian Premiere of Yve Blake's THEN
11 Shows Only
The Wharf, Pier 4/5 Hickson Road
Sydney, NSW - Australia
BLACKMORES RUNNING FESTIVAL
SUNDAY 20 SEPT. 4am - 1.30pm:
Traffic Management will be in place on Sunday 20 September to cater for the Annual Blackmores Running Festival. The Course includes Hickson Road. The following ROAD CLOSURES
and special event CLEARWAYS
will be in place within Walsh Bay.Hickson Road
from George St to the Western Distributor will be CLOSED
from 4am - 1.30pm
will be a CLEARWAY
from 1am.Click Here
to download the notice with information and road closures map.
There will be NO ACCESS to Hickson Road Car Parks during this time.
Mission for Seafarers
The Ride for their Lives:
Melbourne to Sydney Bicycle Ride - ONLY 1025km
The Mission for Seafarers is located at 24 Hickson Road at Walsh Bay. It is a truely inspirational organisation that cares for thousands upon thousands of seafarers each year.
Reverend Ian Porter, Principal Chaplain is riding from Melbourne to Sydney to raise money so the Mission can continue its work without charging or reducing services.
Get behind your local mission and pledge your support. Your support will encourage Ian on this mammoth undertaking as he rides 1025km from Melbourne to Sydney.
Your generous donations will help Ian continue to provide a much needed service to the thousands of seafarers that find themselves in Sydney each year.
For more information on the mission and the Ride download the FLYER HERE
to make your donation.
Visit their Website
to find out more about the Mission.
Rev. Craig Tubman:
After several years working as a school chaplain at Barker College and then Cranbrook, I’ve recently moved in (July) as the minister for the Garrison Church, Millers Point. I can’t think of a more exciting area of Sydney to be involved in. New café’s, the opening of the Barangaroo Park, the reopening of the Palisade, new offices popping up down in Walsh Bay and smack bang in the middle of it is the Garrison Church, 170 years young! We are currently renovating our church to make it more usable as a hub of community for Walsh Bay and Millers Point. Our aim is to experience what it means to have faith in Jesus in our ever changing modern world. We are also looking to bless our community through parenting courses, marriage enrichment courses, feeding the poor of Sydney and providing a fun open-air carols service for the community in 2016. Our Sunday services are 9:30am and 4pm.
LIGHT RAIL UPDATE
LATEST PROJECT INFORMATION:
As construction gets underway in October 2015 we will keep you updated with a regular piece in the Precinct News.
The full construction timetable is available on the project website
Contact the Light Rail Team
Call the project infoline on 1800 684 490
Call the 24-hour construction response line on 1800 775 465
Visit the project website at www.sydneylightrail.com.au
* Conveniently located stops along the 12 kilometre route
* High frequency, ‘turn up and go’ services during peak periods
* Additional special event services between Central Railway Station and the Moore Park and Royal Randwick Racecourse stops
* Major interchanges with ferry, heavy rail and bus services
* A fleet of electric-powered Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs) with air conditioning and accessible low-floor design
* A highly reliable, high capacity public transport service
*A pedestrian zone on George Street between Bathurst and Hunter streets
* Wire-free operation within the pedestrian zone
* Public domain improvements including possible new public spaces, paving, trees, lighting and street furniture
* Approximately 12 substations to provide power for the LRVs
a stabling facility in Randwick and a maintenance depot in Rozelle.