Walsh Bay Arts Precinct

Rejuvenation of the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct into a fresh cultural and creative hub is a priority infrastructure project for the NSW Government. It would boost Sydney’s reputation as an innovative, culturally competitive city by more than doubling the arts offerings at Walsh Bay with new and upgraded performance and rehearsal spaces.

Where are we in the process?

Planning to redevelop the Walsh Bay Arts Precinct is ongoing. For further information, please visit the Create NSW Walsh Bay Arts Precinct webpage.

Questions or comments?

Feel free to contact us via:

Phone: 1800 960 550

Email: walshbayinfo@infrastructure.nsw.gov.au

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