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Sydney will sparkle and buzz this Christmas, with pop-up musical performances in local neighbourhoods, light displays, decorations, roving performers and more Christmas trees than ever.
The City of Sydney will host a series of workshops, information sessions and presentations to address domestic violence against women as part of the United Nation’s annual 16 Days of Activism campaign.
Three new cycleways will serve Sydney’s busiest cycling connections, providing safer access for thousands of people riding between the city and Sydney’s east, and further support the City of Sydney’s plans to revitalise Oxford Street.
Join us for our annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, NAIDOC in the City, broadcast online for the first time on Saturday 14 November.
The City of Sydney and NSW Government are offering $4.3 million in new grants to help businesses, cultural organisations, community groups and the entertainment industry breathe life back into the city centre.
Plans are afoot to paint a 90-metre rainbow path at Prince Alfred Park in Surry Hills to commemorate the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia.
Artists are invited to transform Sydney’s inner-city laneways with new public artworks.
The City of Sydney is seeking feedback on proposed planning controls that will help re-energise Sydney’s $4 billion night-time economy and create more opportunities for creative and cultural activities.
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