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Outdoor Venue Signage from Architectural Signs Sydney

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Chinese Garden of Friendship

Shipping and international trade routes characterised Darling Harbour for much of the twentieth century and until the decline of the working harbour. The Chinese Garden of Friendship (CGOF) was constructed as part of the redevelopment of the former railway goods yards into the Darling Harbour precinct during the mid-1980s.

Initiated by the Chinese community of Sydney, the CGOF was built as a symbol of the enduring friendship between Sydney and the city of Guangzhou in the province of Guangdong. It is one of only a few public Chinese gardens outside mainland China. The CGOF was designed by the Guangdong Landscape Bureau in Guangzhou, China, and incorporates items manufactured in or salvaged from China, as well as elements sourced from and crafted in NSW.

The CGOF was formally opened as part of Australia's Bicentennial Celebrations on January, 17th 1988, and listed on the NSW State Heritage Register 30 years later in 2018. The NSW Government through Place Management NSW manages the Darling Harbour precinct, with a dedicated team of staff and gardeners for the CGOF.

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