Darling Quarter Village Green (North)

Darling Quarter
Adjacent to Harbour Street
Darling Harbour
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Map, showing Darling Quarter Village Green (North)

The Village Green is a public open space containing both grass and landscaped areas.

The Village Green North is located between Darling Quarter and Tumbalong Park adjacent to the Children’s Playground.

The Village Green offers views of the promenade and Darling Quarter’s Luminous.

The location is best suited to events, public product displays, sampling, filming and photography.

Application and booking information

Appropriate use
  • Photography Photography
  • Product sampling Public product displays Product sampling Public product displays
  • Activations Activations
  • Events Events
  • Filming Filming
  • Public gathering space
  • Passive recreation
  • Established outdoor furniture and landscaping
  • Pedestrian circulation and amenity of the promenade users
  • Cumulative impact of temporary events on public access and use of the lawn area
  • The condition of the turf
  • Location of any underground services
  • Amenity of Darling Quarter’s tenants
  • Limited power access
  • Proximity to the Children’s Playground
  • Surface

    Grass and landscaped gardens 

  • Toilets

    Children’s Playground, within Darling Quarter and under the Pier Street Overpass (including accessible toilets)

  • Pedestrian access
    Pedestrian access

    Through the Darling Quarter Civic Connector, Liverpool Street and Bathurst Street

  • Vehicle access
    Vehicle access

    Via Liverpool Street

  • Parking

    Darling Quarter car park, Harbourside car park (access from Murray Street, Pyrmont) and the ICC Sydney car park

  • Power

    2x 240v – 15 amp single phase

  • Water

    Potable water available

In addition to general standards/criteria, the proposed event must:

  • Not obstruct pedestrian access
  • Maintain a 1.5 metre set back from promenades and footpaths for the purpose of pedestrian flow
  • Protect the amenity of public realm users and adjoining properties (e.g Darling Quarter), in terms of event orientation, noise, lighting and environmental impacts
  • Not use pegs or stakes to secure items to the grassed area.