Darling Harbour Live and ICC Sydney

Infrastructure NSW is managing the delivery of the biggest transformation of Darling Harbour in 25 years.

Australia's largest convention and exhibition facilities, Sydney's largest red carpet entertainment venue, a premium harbour side hotel plus a new urban neighbourhood will be part of one of the most exciting urban renewal projects the city has ever seen.

This project will reaffirm Darling Harbour as Australia's premier gathering place by creating a dynamic and vibrant precinct that brings delight to Sydneysiders and visitors alike.

The new state of the art facilities will generate $200 million annual economic benefit for the NSW economy. Across the precinct, the project will create about 3,700 jobs during construction and a further 4,000 jobs on completion.

The NSW Government is delivering the project in partnership with the private sector to allow faster delivery of the convention, exhibition and entertainment facilities, draw upon global industry expertise, foster innovation, and achieve value for money for the people of NSW. Design excellence, environmental sustainability and community engagement will be central to the project every step of the way.

The project is called 'Darling Harbour Live', which is also the name of the private sector consortium partnering with the NSW Government to deliver the transformation.

To learn more visit www.darlingharbourlive.com.au.

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