Jess Miller, Councillor City of Sydney
We’re delighted to have Jess Miller as our City ambassador. As a champion of the City, advocating for positive change we look forward to sharing her vision and creativity with you this year.
Jess Miller is passionate about creating community resilience and more liveable cities, reducing waste, improving food security, increasing urban greening and driving the night-time economy for Sydney. Throughout her time on Council, Jess has worked on the Breathable Sydney campaign, Eliminated 12 million single-use plastic straws as part of the #SydneyDoesntSuck campaign; Introduced a Liveable Slow Streets pilot in Redfern, Championed the need for a NSW Food Security Strategy and supported a thriving 24-hour economy in Sydney by supporting the venues, performers and other late night. She is also Program Director of Greener Spaces Better Places.
with Philip Thalis and Peter John Cantrill
Self-guided audio tour
Hear from the acclaimed authors of Public Sydney as they take you on a journey through Sydney’s public spaces and architecture in conversation with Colin Bisset, writer, traveller and contributor to ABC Radio National's Blueprint for living.
Explore at your own pace with our self-guided audio tour providing unique perspectives on architecture and design in your city. Participants will require their own headphones and device.
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Usually inaccessible to the public – experience these secret spaces all to yourself on these virtual tours. Adventure down the abandoned tunnels of St James Station, learn about the spooky history of Mortuary Station, get inside the North Head Gun Battery, and find out about the incredible journey of the Tank Stream, still running far below our city streets.
Unique city stories
From our past to our future, Sydney’s architecture tells a unique story. We take you behind the scenes and give you a glimpse into Sydney’s built environment. From converted substations and significant sandstone heritage, to wharves and railways and onto the latest, contemporary projects find out more about what’s underway in Sydney.