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“We highly recommend Orlando Sydney Event Photography for all your photography needs. They’re on time, professional and has a fast turn around time which our event demands”

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Susie King – General Manager, King Performance Events

Venue – Sydney Cricket Ground

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“Prompt, professional and personable! Really appreciate the great service and results!”

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Douglas Archer – Manager, Sydney Search

Sydney Eastern Suburbs

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“Orlando Sydney Event Photography was fabulous to work with! 100% recommend. We had a one day event, and he got all the shots we asked for and more!”

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Rachel Graham Marketing Events Manager, WP Engine Inc.

Venue – The Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park Sydney

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“Orlando Sydney was a great find, we are very happy with his event photos for our Conference, he’s friendly and easy to work with and we will definitely be using him again in future”

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Ben Clark – Conference Coordinator, The Conference Company

Venue – ICC Sydney Pyrmont Theatre | Grand Ballroom & The Gallery

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Information on The Rocks, New South Wales

The Rocks is an urban location, tourist area and historic part of Sydney’s central city located situated in New South Wales, Australia. It is situated on southern shores of Sydney Harbour, just north-west of the Sydney Central Business District.

The official boundary of this suburb known as “The Rocks” cover the western portion of Sydney Cove ( Circular Quay) east of the Sydney Harbour Bridge approaches. In the north , it extends up to the southern side that forms the Sydney Harbour Bridge, in the east, it extends to the coastline of Circular Quay as well as George Street, in the south, to Jamison Street (thus including the part of the area referred to by the name of “Church Hill”), and to the west, up to the southern approach that comprise the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Western Distributor overpass.

Things to see and do in The Rocks, Sydney

  • The Park Hyatt Hotel
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Viewing Sydney Harbour fireworks
  • Great photo spot for Opera House shots
  • Hickson Road Reserve
  • Campbells Cove historic area
  • Campbell’s Stores
  • Pylon Lookout East, Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Cafés and restaurants with water views
  • Sydney Cove Overseas Passenger Terminal
  • The Rocks Walking Tours
  • The Argyle Hospitality Venue
  • Argyle Cut
  • Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
  • Shangri-La Sydney
  • The Glenmore Hotel

The Rocks is one of the few spots within Sydney Harbour you can still see the original shoreline. It is situated partly beneath The Park Hyatt Boardwalk.

History

The Rocks is rich in the history of modern times It was established after the establishment of the colony in 1788. It was referred to as Tallawoladah according to people of the Cadigal inhabitants. The initial structures were originally vernacular structures, constructed built of wattle and daub with thatched roofs. Later, the roofs were made of local sandstone, the region’s name.

From the very beginning of the town, it was regarded as a slum as well as the convicts’ part of town, frequently frequented by sailors visiting the area and prostitutes. In the years following November 1790, a lot of the people living there were aboriginals. The district in 1823 had a population of around 1200. The late 19th century, the area was ruled by a group called the rock push. The gang maintained its reputation for roughness until the late 1870s.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the majority of the buildings in the area were in severe disrepair. In 1900, the bubonic cholera epidemic was discovered and the state government reinstated the areas around The Rocks and Darling Harbour with the goal of destroying them and re-building the structures. More than 3,800 homes built, wharves, and other structures were inspected , and hundreds were demolished however, the implementation of these plans was brought to a halt by the beginning in World War I.

During the 1920s, a number of structures were destroyed as part of the construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge. Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Sydney Cove Redevelopment Authority with the aim to demolish the majority of the buildings that were originally constructed, and then redeveloping them into high-density residential homes. Then, in February of 1971, a small group of local residents established the Rocks Residents Group to oppose the plans.

They believed that the proposed homes would lead to higher rents, and this would push away the residents who had lived in the region. Residents’ groups requested an green prohibition by the Builder’s Labourers’ Association which had been more involved in preventing controversial developments over the last four years.

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