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January 5, 2007

Secure bike parking at Jazz (Brazilian) and Symphony in the Domain

Filed under: Events — schmadzie @ 10:45 am

Thanks to Andrew Dodds for this article

The City of Sydney is providing free secure bicycle parking for up to 320 bicycles at both Jazz and Symphony in the Domain, part of the Sydney Festival.

If you are attending the concerts, help keep Sydney’s air clean and reduce traffic congestion by cycling to the events. Cycling is also great for your health and fitness.

City of Sydney will be giving away free bike pumps to the first 20 cyclists to use the bicycle parking facility at each Domain Concert.

Security guards will be manning the bike parking throughout.

When: Jazz in the Domain, Saturday 13th January

Symphony in the Domain, Saturday 20th January

Opening times: 3:30pm – 11:15pm

(The concerts commence at 8pm and finish at approximately 10:30pm)

Location: The secure bicycle parking area is located behind the stage, on the corner of Art Gallery and Hospital Roads. Access is from Art Gallery Road.

Bike locks: While the bicycle racks will be within a fenced area patrolled by security, cyclists are required to supply their own bike locks/chains to secure their bikes to the rack.

This could be the start of a revolution in big event bike parking! By the way, the Jazz in the Domain is Brazil themed this year. Oi!

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