WBAC Chair: Business Leader of Year
In a coup for the WBAC our Chair of more than six years, Brigid Kennedy, has taken out the award for Business Leader of the Year at the recent Sydney City Business Awards.
Brigid owns and runs two highly successful hospitality businesses - one in Walsh...
Wentworth Travel cruise into Walsh Bay
Not wanting a cookie-cutter approach to your next travel experience? Newcomers to Walsh Bay, independent corporate and lifestyle travel agency, Wentworth Travel, might provide you with an answer.
Established in Woollahra 30 years ago the agency opened...
Dine and be entertained at Walsh Bay’s finest…
Just like water views, you’ll never be short of excellent dining options in Walsh Bay. This month the Theatre Bar at the End of the Wharf is offering new lunch specials and The Gantry Bar and Restaurant’s pre-theatre menu won’t disappoint while...
Member profile: STC’s Patrick McIntyre
The WBAC member profile for August is Sydney Theatre Company’s executive director, Patrick McIntyre. As co-leader of the STC, alongside artistic director Andrew Upton, Patrick juggles the artistic and commercial needs of the company.
“My job is about...
Glebe: Chamber of the Year
Glebe Chamber of Commerce triumphed at the recent Sydney City Business Awards and as a result feature as our out of area story for August.
Competing against two other shortlisted chambers, including Walsh Bay, Glebe successfully took out the Local Chamber...
Chamber events and wins
The Chamber has been particularly busy over the past month hosting a number of member events, running a Concierge Famil as well as entering and being shortlisted in the Sydney-City Regional Business Awards.
In June the WBAC partnered with Vivid Sydney...
SWF and Vivid: record numbers
As the dust settles in Walsh Bay on another year of two of the area’s most extraordinary festivals – Sydney Writers’ and Vivid, the respective event organisers have much to celebrate when it comes to record-breaking attendance levels.