Leo Burnett Christmas Party at Australian National Maritime Museum; James Bond themed performers; Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia


Leo Burnett Christmas Party at Australian National Maritime Museum; James Bond themed performers; Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia - December 2014

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About The Australian National Maritime Museum:

The Australian National Maritime Museum was planned and built more than 20 years ago as part of the massive Darling Harbour and Pyrmont redevelopment. The museum was the site’s showpiece and remains the Australian government’s most visible national cultural institution in Sydney.

THE SITE'S FIRST TRADITIONAL OWNERS
Opened in 1991, the Australian National Maritime Museum occupies an outstanding harbour-side site close to the centre of Sydney – Australia's oldest city and for a long time the nation's busiest port. It stands on land traditionally owned by the Gadigal people who found a rich source of fish and shellfish in the sheltered waters of Darling Harbour and Cockle Bay. Indigenous culture is explored in our core exhibition Eora First People.

A HUB OF COMMERCE
Darling Harbour, close to the site of the first British settlement at Sydney Cove, soon became the cradle of the colony's maritime commerce. Later, this inner-city branch of Sydney Harbour served as the industrial and cargo transport hub of New South Wales. Here cargo ships from local ports and across the world docked and departed, immigrants arrived in streams of thousands to start a new life in a new land and waterside workers - wharfies - became engaged in a struggle against work conditions and practices they found increasingly oppressive
Darling Harbour's importance as a transport hub accelerated through the 19th century as NSW's railways reached out into regional areas, drawing more and more primary produce into the capital for shipment out across the seas. Large tracts of land, particularly on the western side of the waterway (where the museum now stands) were given over to railway lines and sidings, storage sheds and workshops.

And then came a period of extraordinary change. With the introduction of new cargo handling technologies, particularly containerisation, Darling Harbour's port activities started to move away from the city centre to Botany Bay and other places. By the 1980s Darling Harbour was almost redundant as an industrial centre and transport interchange. It would soon pass through a remarkable transformation – to become a relaxed and welcoming harbour-side recreation and tourist district.

About Darling Harbour:

Darling Harbour is Sydney’s favourite destination for leisure and entertainment with more than 40 restaurants, 30 bars, cafes, museums, theatres, shops and parks. Proudly managed by Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority.

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