• Waterloo Youth, Family and Community Centre completed. These services were formerly provided from a converted toilet block.
  • Create Spaces program commences in the City’s Oxford Street and William Street properties, providing opportunities for innovative start-up businesses, creative enterprises and artists.
  • Chinatown improvements include lighting, street furniture, public art and Visitor Information Kiosk.
  • New decorative lighting in Pitt Street Mall.
  • New public artworks unveiled include Earth v Sky at Glebe Point, the Watling Tree in Albion Place, and Between Two Worlds in Chinatown.
  • El Alamein Fountain in Fitzroy Gardens restored.
  • Restoration of the Llankelly Place lights (completely rewired with LED), originally installed in 2001, followed by a review to increase opportunities for outdoor dining.
  • Conservation work on public art and monuments completed - such as the Baptist Fountain in Hyde Park; murals in Woolloomooloo; “Heaven and Earth” in Chinatown; and Peter Day’s ‘What Bird is That?” mural in Surry Hills, which Peter repainted 30 years after his original work was damaged.
  • Public Art Strategy developed for Green Square and public art curator engaged for the City Centre, with a special focus on George Street.
  • Council commits to seven public domain projects for the Eora Journey, honouring the living spirit of Aboriginal culture in Sydney.
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