Closed to host thousands of athletes from around the world as the entertainment hub of the World Masters Games, the Queens Wharf Village, a perfect spot for a break from the office, has returned.
If you're looking for a delicious lunch, check out the Village's eclectic range of eateries including Kapai, St Pierre’s Sushi, Cinta Malaysian and The White Lady.
The Queens Wharf Village is also celebrating its return by launching the collaborative Connections – Reflections photography exhibition. Displayed in an al- fresco gallery along the Queens Wharf fence-line, the Connections project is a photographic challenge in which seven keen photographers were selected to work alongside and be mentored by industry luminary Tom Ang.
For the third consecutive year, the exhibition has been created from scratch in just five short weeks with the photographers working together to connect with the concept, collaborate with each other, and engage with the city.
The theme for the 2017 Connections exhibition is ‘reflections’ – with photographers briefed to shoot, curate and create a poetic reflection of the city they love.
So don't miss out on the opportunity to immerse yourself in food and culture right in the heart of the city.