Walsh Bay is a fusion of 21st Century urban living just a short stroll from the heart of Sydney. This cultural hub mixes a rich history with vibrant creativity and panoramic harbour views. Maritime wharves have been converted to trendy apartments whilst others house performing arts venues, theatres, restaurants and cafes. Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce welcomes you to this stunning waterfront precinct and invites you to enjoy what has for so long been Sydney’s best kept secret.

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WBAC - Vivid 2016 event WBAC - Vivid 2016 event Despite the rain, a crowd of 70 strong turned out after hours on Tuesday 31 May for the annual WBAC - Vivid event held in Walsh Bay. This year guests were treated to three Vivid VIPs; arts event extraordinaire, Adam Lowe – responsible for all aspects... More detail
BarCycle buzz BarCycle buzz Adding another casual evening dining option to the Walsh Bay foreshore, licensed café, bar and popular bike riders pit stop, BarCycle, recently announced extended trading hours - taking in evenings on Friday and Saturday nights until 10pm. More detail
Arts Table 2016 Arts Table 2016 Although five months away, planning for the 2016 Arts Table is well underway with this year co-hosts and recipient of event funds, The Song Company - Australia’s preeminent a cappella ensemble. Thanks to our multitalented co-hosts, a number of exciting... More detail
Surry Hills: new take on hoarding Surry Hills: new take on hoarding In this month’s out-of-area feature we look at how Surry Hills Business Chamber are working with Transport for NSW to use hoarding to be erected along the light rail construction corridor, to add rather than take away from the local community. The... More detail
New Face at WBAC New Face at WBAC This month we profile Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce’s new marketing co-coordinator, Catherine Franklin. Joining us in late May Catherine takes on the role from the outgoing Melissa Wilson explaining the position is about building on the momentum gathered... More detail
Sydney Writers’ Festival: 2016 update Sydney Writers’ Festival: 2016 update Sydney Writers’ Festival returns this month to Walsh Bay and surrounds from May 16- 22.nd This year the theme ‘Bibliotherapy’ will explore literature’s restorative effects in terms of mental health, improved relationships and the ability to empathise.... More detail
Vivid Sydney 2016 Vivid Sydney 2016 Vivid Sydney returns to Walsh Bay along with several new precincts in and around the city from 27 May – 18 June. Last year 1.7 million visitors attended the world-renowned festival of light and this year’s event, running for a record 23 day duration,... More detail
Member profile: SWF’s Kate Steinweg Member profile: SWF’s Kate Steinweg This month we introduce Kate Steinweg, SWF’s Program Manager - a post she has held for the past eighteen months. “ I work closely with the Artistic Director to select the guests and curate the events for the Festival. I am also in charge of the logistical... More detail

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