Experience the best of Sydney at Darling Quarter – a contemporary cultural precinct offering a diverse range of eateries, plus entertainment, arts projects, exhibitions and activities, all set in a lively community gathering space. Featuring renowned restaurants and cafes, one of Australia’s best children’s playgrounds, the acclaimed Monkey Baa Theatre Company, and the Village Green, with a year-round program of free events and experiences for audiences of all ages. It’s a thriving destination that welcomes everyone.
The little creators project – free workshops for creative kids! Get the kids out of the house these school holidays and bring them to Darling Quarter to try their hand at something artistic, for free!
Strike a pose with our photographer on the Village Green South, place at bet at the on-site TAB betting van, then settle in to one of our fabulous venues for a delicious meal and to watch the race that stops the nation!
There’s always something to do at Darling Quarter! Watch the kids delight in physical activity in our extraordinary free Children’s Playground. Watch in awe as Luminous – the world’s largest interactive digital LED display – lights up the precinct at night. Take in a performance of children’s theatre from the Monkey Baa Theatre Company. Catch family flicks under the stars each summer at the Night Owls Film Fest. Witness the work of emerging and established artists at OPEN, the free public exhibition space. Shop at OPEN UP, the pop-up shipping container market featuring handpicked designers. Stretch your way to serenity at our free Kids’ Yoga sessions, or challenge a colleague to a game of ping-pong on our tables. Go on – explore!
Darling Quarter is a precinct of Darling Harbour, located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD. Alive with activity, this scenic area boasts spectacular views and is easily accessible via bus, train, ferry, monorail, lightrail, car, taxi, cycle or pedestrian access. Darling Quarter is just south of the IMAX Theatre and is easy to find. Daring Quarter is located at 1–25 Harbour Street.