Walsh Bay Arts & Commerce was established in 2007 to represent the business interests of the vibrant Walsh Bay community. Harnessing the collective resources of its members, WBAC strives to grow the commercial sustainability of the precinct by leading on marketing and publicity initiatives that achieve results for the precinct. WBAC is working on strengthening communication to ensure its members are kept abreast of latest news and networking opportunities. And WBAC advocates on behalf of its members, establishing itself as the voice and primary advocate for business in Walsh Bay.


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Kim Mahaffy is the general manager at Pier One Sydney Harbour, the inaugural Australian property in Marriot’s Autograph Collection of international luxury hotels. Kim's experience across Australia and South East Asia, most recently in Hong Kong, brings Pier One Sydney Harbour a solid international foundation of hotel knowledge and global understanding of guest expectations at the luxury level. Known and respected within the Marriott International Group, she has a reputation for creating unique guest experiences, inspiring her staff to constantly improve and refresh the entire guest interaction and finesse the details.

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Marketing Manager at Sydney Theatre Company Bianca is the Marketing Manager, Campaigns at Sydney Theatre Company. Recognised as one of the world’s most exciting and original theatre companies, STC presents an annual season of diverse productions from Australia’s finest theatre-makers. With a wealth of experience across the Arts industry, Bianca specialises in bringing new audiences to the theatre and developing opportunities to enrich the audience experience within the Walsh Bay precinct.

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Executive Assistant at Pier One Sydney Harbour | Autograph Collection


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Dennis Tritaris is the Coordinator of WBAC. Having previously worked in both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors Dennis is able to harness his extensive experience in marketing and events to bring together Walsh Bay's thriving business community and help promote it to new audiences.

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WBAC contracts Tina Irving to generate exposure opportunities for Walsh Bay, focused specifically on promoting our member base and ’the unique destination experience’ of Walsh Bay, as Sydney’s Harbourside Arts & Dining Hub. A content writer and public relations specialist with vast experience in destination marketing, Tina can facilitate introductions to other members, assist with publicity support, and discuss ways to get involved with Walsh Bay promotions, events and marketing activations; including our famil program, targeting Sydney media, concierges and city ambassadors.

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Getting to Walsh Bay

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By Bus

  • 324 and 325 from Watsons Bay - The route links Walsh Bay with CBD via Wynyard and Town Hall before heading through the Easter Suburbs to Watsons Bay.
  • For more details please visit www.sydneybuses.info or telephone 131 500.


On and Off Street Parking

Hickson Rd has metered parking up to a maximum of 4 hours and cost $4.40 per hour before 6pm and $2.20 per hour between 6pm-10pm (be sure to bring change). 

Paid off street parking can be found at Interpark Bond Store One 26 Hickson Road Walsh Bay (next door to the Sydney Theatre Company) and at Wilsons Parking Towns Place on the corner of Towns Place and Hickson Road at Walsh Bay. More information below...


By Ferry and Train

  • Ferry and train services operate to and from The Rocks and Circular Quay. Walsh Bay is a 15-20 minute walk from Circular Quay.
  • New Night Bus Service linking Town Hall and Wynyard Stations
  • The State Government has introduced an evening bus service linking Hickson Road with Town Hall Station via Wynyard. Route 998 runs from 9pm to 4.30am every Friday and Saturday night. Buses run every 30 minutes and there is a bus stop on Hickson Road outside Pier 4/5.


By Taxi

Taxis regularly service Hickson Road and can collect and drop off along Hickson Road.

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Bond Store One Car Park 
Operated by InterPark
Check the Website for Rates and Hours of Operation 

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Barangaroo Point Car Park (Entry via Hickson Road) Towns Place. 
Operated by Wilsons Car Parks
Check the Website for Rates and Hours of Operation 

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Barangaroo Reserve Car Park 
(Entry via Towns Place).
Operated by Wilsons Car Parks
Check the Website for Rates and Hours of Operation