Welcome to Sydney Precincts; a guide to the best venues this glorious city has to
offer. Broken into 19 precincts, this book will give you an insider look into some of
Sydney's best suburbs and what makes them so stellar. Think of this book as a ...
Author: Chirs Carroll
Publisher: Hardie Grant Publishing
One look at glamorous, glitzy and grand Sydney – and you'll fall in love. One read of Sydney Precincts by Chris Carroll and you'll know just which shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to visit to turn this into a more lasting love affair. Sydney is a parochial town, and locals often don't want to share their secrets. Luckily Chris Carroll is here to help you look past the beaches and discover the best of Sydney: from the cafe hidden at the end of a wharf in Kirribilli to the gaudy and lauded restaurants of Sydney's CBD, from the cute stationery shops of the Northern Beaches to the famous bakeries of the Inner West. You'll never want to leave.
This chapter explores the contradictions inherent in the relationship between
ethnic precincts, immigrants and tourism, taking three Sydney precincts as a case
study. When we study the historical development and contemporary nature of ...
Author: Jan Rath
Category: Business & Economics
Tourism, Ethnic Diversity and the City fills a gap in existing research in terms of how immigration relates to urban tourism and investigates the new theoretical insights and challenges for empirical research using informative case studies drawn from several advanced economies in Europe, North America and Australia. This enlightening book clearly explores the frontiers of knowledge on the interrelationship between tourism, migration, ethnic diversity and place. Exploring further the manifestations of ethnic diversity that have been commodified by immigrants in gateway cities, questioning how these expressions of culture can be transformed into vehicles for further developing the urban tourism economy. Tourism, Ethnic Diversity and the City presents a multidisciplinary approach drawing on key names from the field of geography, sociology, planning and political science and will appeal to those with an interest in any of these areas.
Table 21.2 Street network intensity and average surface temperature in five
higher-density precincts of central Sydney Precinct Sydney Harris Street
Haymarket Kings Cross Glebe Point Harbour Street network plot 20.8% 22.9%
21.0% 14.7% ...
Author: Steffen Lehmann
Low Carbon Cities is a book for practitioners, students and scholars in architecture, urban planning and design. It features essays on ecologically sustainable cities by leading exponents of urban sustainability, case studies of the new directions low carbon cities might take and investigations of how we can mitigate urban heat stress in our cities’ microclimates. The book explores the underlying dimensions of how existing cities can be transformed into low carbon urban systems and describes the design of low carbon cities in theory and practice. It considers the connections between low carbon cities and sustainable design, social and individual values, public space, housing affordability, public transport and urban microclimates. Given the rapid urbanisation underway globally, and the need for all our cities to operate more sustainably, we need to think about how spatial planning and design can help transform urban systems to create low carbon cities, and this book provides key insights.
Experiencing the Precinct: Empirical Studies The authors' work in The Rocks and
Darling Harbour precincts (Hayllar and Griffin ... It is one of Sydney's most visited precincts, receiving over 13 million visits annually (Sydney Harbour Foreshore ...
Author: Giovanni Maciocco
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
Departing from a survey on the post-modern landscapes of tourism, this book explores the transformations the city has undergone and the way it has become a simulacrum offered to tourists, spectacularised with the aim of increasing its capacity for attraction. The experiences dealt with in the papers of authors belonging to different disciplinary fields, emphasise the city’s tendencies to create “stage-set contexts” of the private type, be it historic quarters, theme parks or hypermarkets. Issues like aestheticisation, thematisation and genericity are dealt with, conceptual categories that highlight the weak resistance cities put up against the rules of the leisure industry and, more generally speaking, the consumer economy. The book inquires into the capacity of the urban and territorial project to construct a perspective for a public dimension of space. This is linked with ethical action of the project involving an active relationship with places and a capacity to understand the dynamics of different urban populations. In this sense capacity for innovation and creativity can contribute to transforming “islands” of leisure into places of the city and consumers into citizens.
The experience for the final group, the Samplers, is more superficial, with a visit
to a precinct representing just another stop ... SYDNEY PRECINCTS AND THEIR
FUNCTIONS Taken together, the thematic constructs and theorising point to the ...
Author: Robert Maitland
Category: Business & Economics
This book presents new research on the capacity of big cities to generate new tourism areas as visitors discover and help create new urban experiences off the beaten track. It examines similarities and differences in these processes in a group of established world cities located in the global circuits of tourism. The cities featured are Berlin, New York, London, Paris, and Sydney. In these cities experienced city visitors are contributing to the ‘discovery’ of new places to visit. Many neighbourhoods close to the historic centre and to traditional attractions offer the mix of cultural difference and consumption opportunities that can create new experiences for distinctive groups of city users. Each of the cities included in the book offers rich experiences of the re-imagining and re-branding of neighbourhoods off the beaten track, and informative stories of the complex relationships between visitors, residents and others and of the ambitions of public policy to reproduce these new tourism experiences in other parts of the city. World Tourism Cities brings together current research in each of the cities and relates the often separate field of tourism research to some of the mainstream themes of debate in urban studies addressing topics such as consumption, markets and spaces. Drawing on original research in this important group of cities this book has significant messages for public policy. In addition the book engages directly with a range of important current academic debates – about world cities, about cities as sites of consumption and about the smaller scales at which urban neighbourhoods are being transformed. The range of cities and the messages about the making of attractive places provides a timely resource for those focused in this area and the book will also have an appeal among those experienced and sophisticated city users that it focuses on.
Immigrant entrepreneurs have played a critical role in the emergence, growth
and feel of Sydney's ethnic precincts. In particular, ethnic precincts have a large
concentration of ethnic restaurants that attracts both the mainstream and co-
Author: David H. Kaplan
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Exploring the worldwide boom in immigration, this book traces the profound changes in urban areas as new arrivals have transformed inner cities and suburbs alike into bastions of new ethnic economic activity. Each chapter addresses the significance of urban space and local context in developing various ethnic economies and how ethnic economies have helped to re-create urban neighborhoods. With its international scope and rich case studies, this book will be invaluable for scholars and students alike in the fields of ethnic studies, urban studies, economic development, geography, and sociology.
Precinct 15. New Hope Precinct 16. Sydney - Precinct 17. Keysville Precinct 18.
Keystone Park Precinct 19. Plant City , including Plant City town -- Plant City town
Precinct 20 , including Fort Brook town , part of Tampa city , and Ybor city ( a ) .
Sydney Smith, Lady Saba Holland Holland, Sarah Austin. London , — " the warm precincts of the cheerful day ; ' but it is the will of God , and I am sure I shall gain
by it wealth , knowledge , and happiness . SYDNEY SMITH . 34. ] To LADY ...
Author: Sydney Smith
Publisher: London, Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans
Category: Authors, English
"It will be seen in the narrative, and, in justice to my father, it ought not to be forgotten, that he entered the Church out of consideration for, and in obedience to, the wishes of his father ; ... with a strong natural bias towards another profession ; so that, in his passage through life, he had often to exercise control over himself, and to make a struggle to do that which is comparatively easy to those who have embraced their profession from taste and inclination alone."--Page ix
Release on 2001 | by Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games
Sydney East Precinct Generally , concessions were limited to appropriate urban
domain places , including existing concessions at transport points . OCA , ORTA
and local councils developed plans for the control of street vending at transport ...
Author: Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games
Release on 1857 | by William Grant BROUGHTON (Bishop of Sydney.)
Sydney ; and further for the foundation of a “ Broughton Scholarship ' at St.
Augustine's College , for students to be educated for the service of the Church in
the Province of Australasia . These several designs have all been followed up ...
Author: William Grant BROUGHTON (Bishop of Sydney.)
Any proceeds from the sale of the Sermons will be devoted to the carrying on of
the design which the Bishop had so deeply at heart , —the completion of the
Cathedral at Sydney . PRECINCTS , CANTERBURY , Jan. 5 , 1857 . . 1 SERMON
Other venues At Darling Harbour / Sydney East Precinct there will be eight
competition venues and 70 food premises monitored by 16 local council
Environmental Health Officers ( EHO ) and three food inspectors . In Sydney West Precinct ...
Precinct planning is not new ( Paddington and the Rocks are examples , with
hardly an important architectural or historic building between them ) , but it is vital
not only to define the precinct area ( for the Rocks it is effectively bounded by the
One look at glamorous, glitzy and grand Sydney - and you'll fall in love. One read of Sydney Precincts by Chris Carroll and you'll know just which shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to visit to turn this into a more lasting love affair.
Author: Chris Carroll
Category: Bars (Drinking establishments)
One look at glamorous, glitzy and grand Sydney - and you'll fall in love. One read of Sydney Precincts by Chris Carroll and you'll know just which shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to visit to turn this into a more lasting love affair. Sydney is a parochial town, and locals often don't want to share their secrets. Luckily Chris Carroll is here to help you look past the beaches and discover the best of Sydney: from the cafe hidden at the end of a wharf in Kirribilli to the gaudy and lauded restaurants of Sydney's CBD, from the cute stationery shops of the Northern Beaches to the famous bakeries of the Inner West. You'll never want to leave.
A7.3.3 North Sydney , NSW This Council area of some 55,000 residents includes
the North Sydney CBD , second only ... Twenty five precincts were established
about 12 years ago by Council representing 400-2000 households per precinct .
One look at glamorous, glitzy and grand Sydney - and you'll fall in love.
Author: Chris Carroll
Publisher: The Precincts
Category: Bars (Drinking establishments)
One look at glamorous, glitzy and grand Sydney - and you'll fall in love. One read of Sydney Precinctsby Chris Carroll and you'll know just which shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to visit to turn this into a more lasting love affair. Sydney is a parochial town, and locals often don't want to share their secrets. Luckily Chris Carroll is here to help you look past the beaches and discover the best of Sydney: from the cafe hidden at the end of a wharf in Kirribilli to the gaudy and lauded restaurants of Sydney's CBD, from the cute stationery shops of the Northern Beaches to the famous bakeries of the Inner West. You'll never want to leave. Comparison titles: Melbourne Precincts, Tokyo Precincts, Hong Kong Precincts.
Release on 1994 | by Australian Road Research Board
North Sydney has a comprehensive precinct planning system which aims to
involve local people in local government decision making . 3 . In these
circumstances , a comprehensive traffic study of North Sydney was undertaken
16 , 280 Plurality for Sydney E . Mudd Comparing these precinct returns with the
returns made to the governor , it is found : ( 1 ) That the returns to the governor
from the counties of Howard , Anne Arundel , and Baltimore , and from the city of