The Central Barangaroo precinct will give Sydneysiders and visitors a new place to meet, relax and enjoy Sydney Harbour

Published on : Tuesday, November 5, 2013

ttfThe Central Barangaroo precinct will give Sydneysiders and visitors a new place to meet, relax and enjoy Sydney Harbour, according to peak national industry group, Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF).

TTF Chief Executive Ken Morrison said the release of the Central Barangaroo master plan is another important milestone in this vital project.

“Plans for Central Barangaroo will make it a visitor magnet for locals and internationals alike,” Mr Morrison said.

“The vision for the mixed-use precinct will allow it to provide a range of activities that will make it a must-see, year-round tourist hub.

“Central Barangaroo will provide tremendous amenity and opportunity for a range of recreational and cultural pursuits, establishing it as a key activity centre for Sydney.

“The inclusion of a waterfront amphitheatre takes full advantage of the site’s location and allows for the staging of significant outdoor events, which will help to attract visitors to the precinct.

“The Central Barangaroo precinct also plays a vital role in connecting the CBD to the western harbour, promoting public access to the waterfront and delivering open spaces for relaxation and recreation.

“Central Barangaroo will help to further expand Sydney’s visitor economy, providing dining, retail and cultural attractions and activities which will generate additional visitor expenditure and deliver additional job and business opportunities.

“This will help New South Wales reach its Tourism 2020 target of doubling overnight visitor expenditure to $36.6 billion by the end of the decade.

“Tourism is an economic development strategy for Australia that can help to deliver economic growth into the future and investments like Central Barangaroo will play a critical role in tourism reaching its potential.”


Source:- TTF


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