How your business can get involved in Sydney Streets

The popular outdoor street events are back for 2023.

Neighbourhoods continue to become car-free zones for Sydney Streets over various weekends this year.

We’ll provide roving entertainment – musicians, dancers, child-friendly entertainers and more – as well as outdoor furniture and portable toilets.

Local businesses can produce in-store activations to attract customers and apply to extend trading outdoors.

If your business is on or around one of the high streets below, join us and help create lively, memorable events:

See how you can get involved in Sydney Streets.

Get inspired

Last year, businesses worked hard to create unique events and special offers that promote their products and bring in customers. From face painting to special menus, yoghurt eating competitions to doggy-treat giveaways, businesses came up with great ideas for Sydney Streets.

Masala Theory on Crown Street. Photo credit: Katherine Griffiths

Over in Surry Hills, Masala Theory’s food stall served up curry bombs, Mumbai margaritas and fresh tunes.

Markd Tattoos on Redfern Street. Photo credit: Katherine Griffiths

Markd Tattoos in Redfern welcomed walk-ins for one day only – giving customers the special chance to jump the waiting lists and get a quick tattoo from specialist artists.

Sydney Streets on Stanley Street. Photo credit: Chris Southwood

Lots of restaurants, cafes and pubs like the Lord Roberts in Darlinghurst took their table service roadside for customers to enjoy alfresco dining.

Grove Bar's community mural in Potts Point. Photo credit: Renee Nowytarger

In Potts Point, Grove Bar got creative and invited people to paint their community mural.

Sydney Streets is part of our community recovery plan, supporting the economic and social recovery of businesses and local communities impacted by the pandemic. Get involved and stay informed by signing up to our newsletter.

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