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Building partnerships

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Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Cockatoo Island, 2018 (photograph by Jodie Barker)
To ensure our sites occupy a central place in Sydney’s cultural landscape, we partner with organisations, big and small, to deliver experiences that will captivate diverse audiences.

We also work closely with special interest groups to deliver substantial benefits to the community and ensure the natural and heritage values of our sites are protected. Further, we consult with local communities, including the volunteer members of our community advisory committees, to ensure we satisfy public expectations around the use of our lands. Ultimately, nurturing meaningful partnerships helps us amplify the stories of our sites, ensuring we leave a lasting legacy for all Australians.

Google Arts & Culture (NEW)

The Harbour Trust has partnered with Google Arts & Culture to share our extraordinary places on Sydney Harbour with new audiences across Australia and broaden the experiences available to our existing communities...

We are proud to join the growing community of cultural institutions with a presence on Google Arts & Culture, an online platform making the cultures of the world accessible to anyone, anywhere. To date, more than 2,000 institutions from across 80 countries have harnessed the immersive storytelling potential of this exciting digital resource.

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