Darling Harbour Precinct

Sydney, NSWLocation

The new playground doubles the size of the Darling Harbour play area and offers a variety of zones and experiences for children of all ages, including slides, swings and open water areas, plus plenty of seating for parents and carers.

Rich in Indigenous history, for more than 7,000 years Darling Harbour was a frontier, a boundary between the Wangal and Gadigal clans of the coastal Eora people who used the harbour for food and transport up the Parramatta River.
With around 26 million visitors to Darling Harbour each year, the precinct is a family-oriented playground for all ages. Alongside a fine array of waterside dining, fashionable nightspots and cultural events, the area also boasts some of Sydney’s most compelling attractions.

The new W hotel, the IMAX theatre and playground will further support the NSW Government’s tourism objectives to create better public spaces for locals and visitors to enjoy.
The project, now completed, created jobs in the construction, hospitality and tourism industries, and will bring economic benefits to Sydney and wider NSW for years to come.