The latest news from the GreenWay

Darcy Byrne, Mayor Inner West Council

Council is fighting to get Sydney Trains to actively support the GreenWay. Their bureaucratic delays have already held up the completion of the project by at least a year and…
Left: Mills Precinct, GreenWay Concept report  | Right: Section drawing intersection GreenWay & Bay run, Lilyfield Rd bridge, Leichhardt

You may remember last year we developed the Master Plan to guide the delivery of landscaping and infrastructure along the route over the next 10 to 15 years. It established…
Dollar bird

Tawny frogmouths Silvereyes, Spotted Pardalotes, Superb Fairy Wrens, Tawny Frogmouths and Dollar Birds are just some of the birds seen on regular GreenWay Birdos walks organised by the Inner West…
“monolith” student artists at Johnson Park

Students exploring the GreenWay The GreenWay was a key focus for Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and Design students in 2018. During term 3, eight students from years 8…

Café Bones street library Public art and reading can provide a respite from busy city living and the GreenWay street libraries combine these two pleasures in a colourful way at…
EDGE GreenWay

Join in an immersive arts experience at EDGE, Inner West’s new arts and cultural program that shines a spotlight on our local artists. EDGE GreenWay on the waterfront is perfect…
Art on the GreenWay 2018

Inner West Council invites artists and creative professionals to submit Expressions of Interest for GreenWay EDGE, 28-31 March 2019. This spectacular outdoor event will be staged over four days at the northern end of the GreenWay and the Bay Run, where Hawthorne Canal flows into Iron Cove.
GreenWay wins NSW PIA Hard Won Victory Commendation Award

The 20 year grassroots community and council campaign to create the Cooks River to Iron Cove GreenWay was recognised at the prestigious NSW Planning Institute of Australia 2018 Awards for Planning Excellence on Thursday 8 November.
Gilbert Grace Cook Ku GreenWay Open Art Prize Winner 2018

The winners of the 9th annual GreenWay Art Prize awards were announced to a packed house at ArtEst Art School and Gallery, Lords Rd, Leichhardt on Thursday 8th November. Prizes were awarded by Inner West Council Mayor, Clr Darcy Byrne, Jamie Parker MP, Member for Balmain and other GreenWay VIPs. Seven prizes were awarded and a further seven artists’ works were Highly Commended. Music played, food and drinks were served and a fine time was had by all!
2018 GreenWay Art Prize Finalists!

A total of 41 artworks, 19 sculptures and 30 photographic works have been selected from well over 200 works submitted by the due date of 15 October.