Sydney’s blessed with a seemingly infinite capacity to surprise and charm. It may be a street you’ve never walked before. A building you’ve never noticed until today. A new perspective perhaps, the discovery of fascinating fragments of our turbulent history. Even something as familiar as the Harbour can still reveal well-kept secrets, unfolding a rich past in the midst of modernity. Leave the hustle and bustle of The Rocks, step quietly past the posing brides, pause to marvel at the great grey bridge that soars up from its granite towers above you and find yourself in Walsh Bay, where everything old is new again.
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An Unauthorised History of Classic Music!

Dear neighbours, 

Join us at Pier 2/3 from 25 July to 15 August for our new talk series; An Unauthorised History of Classic Music

ABC Classic presenters Genevieve Lang and Russell Torrance will take you on a tour through the remarkable, inspiring and often shocking history of classical music. Across four nights they’ll survey 1000 years of music, introducing you to the key ideas, uncovering some neglected figures, and answering those burning questions: when did it all start? What really is the big deal with Bach? 

Whether you’re a lifelong classical music lover or looking for a way in, expect to be informed, entertained and surprised. Click below to book tickets or contact Swan Feix at swan.feix@aco.com.au for more information. 

See you soon at Pier 2/3! 

The Australian Chamber Orchestra

 
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THE PLACE TO DINE

Explore beautifully restored, heritage wharves and experience more than a dozen outstanding eateries, world class theatre and dance; or beauty indulgence – all in a spectacular waterfront setting, in the shadow of Sydney Harbour Bridge.

 
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THE PLACE TO LIVE

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Walsh Bay Walking Tours App

A new, user-friendly self-guided walking tour app has been developed by Walsh Bay Arts and Commerce and its development partner Orama Communications with funding support from the City of Sydney. 

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