Overview

Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) is a NSW Government body created to maintain the Sydney Harbour foreshore area. SHFA’s role is to manage, conserve and develop Sydney's heritage and cultural precincts, as well as commercial and retail leases at waterfront locations. The authority employs approximately 140 people, operates solely in Australia and is headquartered in The Rocks, New South Wales.

The Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority (SHFA) manages, protects and maintains some of Sydney's heritage and cultural precincts. The authority also operates and manages waterfront assets and commercial and retail leases.  

SHFA’s main responsibilities include:

  • Conserving and developing natural and cultural heritage, such as Darling Harbor and The Rocks
  • Economic Development
  • Offering activities and facilities for various purposes such as: cultural, educational, leisure and transport. 

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