Planning an outdoor event, activation or ceremony? The Rocks, the historic heart of Sydney, offers beautiful harbour and landmark views, gorgeous green spaces & heritage architecture. A premium harbour location attracting a vibrant mix of visitors with easy access from the Circular Quay transport hub via pedestrianised promenades.
Bligh & Barney Reserve
Bligh & Barney Reserve is a small park adjacent to the Overseas Passenger Terminal.
Circular Quay, Eastern Promenade
The Eastern Promenade is a paved area on the eastern side of Circular Quay which experiences high foot traffic.
Circular Quay, South Promenade
The Southern Promenade is a paved area in front of Circular Quay train station, providing pedestrian access along Circular Quay and to ferry wharves.
Circular Quay, Western Promenade
The Western Promenade is a paved area extending along the western side of Circular Quay, passing in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.
Dawes Point Park (Tar-ra)
Located at the northern tip of The Rocks, and beneath the southern approach to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
First Fleet Park
A grassy open space in The Rocks, frequently used for passive leisure.
Hickson Road Reserve
Hickson Road Reserve is a grassy open space in The Rocks, set against the backdrop of Dawes Point and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Playfair Street, Atherden Street and The Rocks Square
Playfair Street, Atherden Street and The Rocks Square are located in the heart of The Rocks.
A beautiful public park adjacent to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) with spectacular views of Sydney Harbour.
Ballaarat Park is located at the point of Darling Island Wharf with an unbeatable view of the city.
Chinese Garden of Friendship Forecourt
The forecourt provides a paved square and faces the principal entrance to the Chinese Garden of Friendship.
Cockle Bay and Promenades
Cockle Bay is the waterway component of the Darling Harbour precinct, bounded by Pyrmont Bridge and the waterfront promenades.
Cockle Bay Lawn
The Cockle Bay Lawn is a grassy area between the ICC Sydney and Cockle Bay, situated adjacent to the south-western promenade.
Convention Centre Forecourt
The forecourt in front of the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney. This is a paved forecourt sitting between the ICC Sydney and Cockle Bay.