Cultural Ribbon draft: have your say
The City recently completed a draft strategy to encourage visitors along the harbour’s foreshore - The Cultural Ribbon; Sydney’s nature and culture walk. The proposal outlines a nine kilometre walking trail from Pyrmont to Woolloomooloo and until...
Concierge Famil. It's a wrap
Showcasing the best of Walsh Bay to Sydney’s most influential hotel concierges, WBAC’s annual Concierge Famil took place on Tuesday August 30. Once again the event was heralded as a major success.
Member Profile. Marie-France Barget
Moving half way across the world and opening a second salon in Walsh Bay with an exclusive French approach are business milestones Marie-France Barget is proud of. But what really drives the owner of Marie-France Group is a passion to help people put...
Out of Chamber. Foodie Fields of Spring at The Loch
The inaugural Foodie Fields of Spring at The Loch in Berrima on Sunday September 18 is a celebration of the Southern Highlands’ spring harvest. The event showcases fresh, local produce from the area’s top producers who in turn share expert tips on...
VIVID Sydney ‘17: Expressions of interest
Up a whopping 35 per cent on last year, VIVID Sydney 2016 attracted more than 2.31 million visitors. Such success highlights many exciting future opportunities for Walsh Bay but VIVID is not only about benefits to business and community. Event organisers...
WBAC Membership Benefits: Free Legal Advice
Membership to the WBAC comes with a range perks including free or low cost legal advice through the NSW Business Chamber. So joining up is not just about garnering better local community spirit - it makes perfect business sense too.
The NSW Business...
Walsh Bay Arts Table: 8 Nov 2016
In celebration of Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, the theme for the 2016 Arts Table is; “If Music Be the Food of Love,” and plans for the November 8 event are well underway. Co-host and recipients of funds raised on the night, The Song Company,...