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Friday, 14 October 2016
The NSW Government is set to breathe new life into one of Australia’s most significant heritage precincts, with a plan to rejuvenate Macquarie Street in Sydney’s CBD to better showcase its trove of architectural and historical treasures.
The street once renowned as Sydney’s grand boulevard attracts little foot traffic on weekends, despite boasting a string of heritage landmarks, including the State Library, Parliament House, Sydney Hospital, Hyde Park Barracks, The Mint and the Land & Property Information building.
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