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Darling Park is a 3.5 hectare site located on the eastern shore of Cockle Bay in the Darling Harbour precinct. In fact, Darling Park is considered a precinct in its own right, bordered by Market St to the north, Sussex St to the east, Druitt St to the south and Cockle Bay to the west.

Darling Park is one of Australia's most unique developments, comprising premium office accommodation with first class lifestyle facilities. Darling Park consists of 3 office towers, the Commonwealth Bank Tower, the PwC Tower, the Rabobank Tower and Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney's first purpose built dining and entertainment precinct which fronts Cockle Bay at Darling Harbour. Darling Park also features extensive, award winning civic spaces such as 5 star hotel quality lobbies and galleries, bistros, cafes and coffee bars, various retail shops, terrace areas and gardens. The centrepiece of the site is The Crescent Garden, which provides a tranquil oasis in the Sydney CBD, a unique feature for a business district development. Darling Park also incorporates an underground car park to serve both the Tower tenants and patrons of Cockle Bay Wharf.
Address: 201 Sussex Street Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: 02 9269 9800

The venues of Cockle Bay Wharf cater to both the general public and to the tenant base of the Darling Park Towers. The Towers have a typical business day population of approximately 9,700 people.


Some areas of the Darling Park site span major freeway links of the Western Distributor. One of these links passes beneath Darling Park in a dual carriageway tunnel. Three pedestrian bridges link the Towers and The Crescent Garden on the eastern fringe of the CBD with Cockle Bay Wharf at Darling Harbour. The pedestrian bridges are an integral part of Darling Park.


Cockle Bay Wharf is a three storey complex which has become one of Sydney's premium entertainment and dining precincts. Cockle Bay Wharf has attracted some of Australia's leading entrepreneurs who have combined to successfully realise the original development objective to provide a precinct which is:

"a fusion of food, music and art reflecting the Sydney lifestyle"

Cockle Bay Wharf features a unique and diverse collection of entertainment and dining opportunities ranging from take away food eateries and cafes to fine dining restaurants, function centres, bars and a night club. Many of the Cockle Bay Wharf venues provide options for al fresco dining, overlooking Cockle Bay and the sights of Darling Harbour.

Getting to Cockle Bay Wharf is easy, with access available via many modes of transport such as foot, car, taxi, train, ferry and boat.

The main areas of Cockle Bay Wharf at which the various venues are located, are referred to as:

· The Roof Terrace, the top level,
· The Balcony, the second or middle level,
· The Promenade, the ground level fronting the waterfront of Cockle Bay, and
· The Terrace, the ground level 'town square' of Cockle Bay Wharf, located in the centre of the complex, which features takeaway food and public seating for up to 270 people.

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