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Objects across Harbour Trust sites are coming to life and sparking conversations with visitors as part of the organisation’s innovative new engagement approach.
The recovery effort following the recent hazard reduction burn breach at North Head is showing promising signs with the first signs of regrowth beginning to emerge.
The Harbour Trust has strengthened its vision for Reconciliation with the launch of its second consecutive Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP).
The Harbour Trust has welcomed the findings and recommendations of the Independent review, it has recommended that some of Sydney’s most extraordinary and iconic sites remain in public ownership forever, under the management of the Harbour Trust.
The Harbour Trust has launched a range of fun and interactive digital experiences that showcase the extraordinary Harbour Trust sites while traditional programming is on hold due to COVID-19.
Minister for the Environment Sussan Ley has unlocked $14 million in funding to assist the Harbour Trust in the face of COVID-19 impacts. The Funding is to help the Harbour Trust, which manages former defence sites on Sydney Harbour such as Cockatoo Island, provide short-term rent relief for commercial and residential tenants and to address other revenue shortfalls.
On 5 December, Members of the Harbour Trust, approved an amendment to the Draft Management Plan for the Mosman Drill Hall Precinct and to install lighting on three existing outdoor netball courts.
Kicking off 21 December and running right through to 26 January 2020, Cockatoo Island has a fresh and exciting program of summer holiday fun that won’t break the bank.
18 November 2019: The Harbour Trust is pleased to welcome its first tenants, Australian Sailing and SLR Consulting Australia Pty Ltd (SLR), to Sydney’s newest harbourside destination, Sub Base Platypus in North Sydney.
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