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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.
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Bligh & Barney Reserve
Bligh & Barney Reserve is a small park adjacent to the Overseas Passenger Terminal.
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Campbells Cove
Campbells Cove is situated on the north-western side of Sydney Harbour.
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Circular Quay, Eastern Promenade
The Eastern Promenade is a paved area on the eastern side of Circular Quay which experiences high foot traffic.
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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.
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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.
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Dawes Point Park (Tar-ra)
Located at the northern tip of The Rocks, and beneath the southern approach to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
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First Fleet Park
A grassy open space in The Rocks, frequently used for passive leisure.
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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.
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Jack Mundey Place
Jack Mundey Place is a mixed use pedestrian thoroughfare.
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Playfair Street, Atherden Street and The Rocks Square
Playfair Street, Atherden Street and The Rocks Square are located in the heart of The Rocks.
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Tallawoladah Lawn
A beautiful public park adjacent to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) with spectacular views of Sydney Harbour.
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Ballaarat Park
Ballaarat Park is located at the point of Darling Island Wharf with an unbeatable view of the city.
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Ballast Point Park
Rich historic site with panoramic Harbour views.
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Chinese Garden of Friendship Forecourt
The forecourt provides a paved square and faces the principal entrance to the Chinese Garden of Friendship.
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Cockle Bay and Promenades
Cockle Bay is the waterway component of the Darling Harbour precinct, bounded by Pyrmont Bridge and the waterfront promenades.
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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.
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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.
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Darling Quarter Village Green (North)
The Village Green is a public open space containing both grass and landscaped areas.
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