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in the beautiful waterfront setting of Darling Harbour,
Hard Rock Cafe Sydney is close to the central business
district, and surrounded by a wide selection of key
tourist attractions including Sydney Aquarium, Wildlife
Sydney, Madame Tussauds, Powerhouse Museum, Maritime
Museum and IMAX theatre.
Rock Cafe Sydney has a capacity for 500+ guests and
includes a lounge bar, outdoor balcony dining and
a live music space and is open 7 days a week from
lunch til late.
menu offers a huge selection from entree starters
to main meals including legendary burgers, amazing
ribs, salads and sandwiches. Our cocktails are to
die for and with some of our signature cocktails,
the price includes the glass, so you get to take it
kids menu is also available.
Rock Cafe's famous range of memorabilia is available
in our Rock Shops - located on the ground floor and
first floor of the restaurant.
a total of 171 venues in 51 countries, including 134
cafes and 15 Hotels/Casinos, Hard Rock International
is one of the world's most globally recognized brands.
Beginning with an Eric Clapton guitar, Hard Rock owns
the world's greatest collection of music memorabilia,
which is displayed at its locations around the globe.
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only Aston Martin One-77 at the 2012 motor show -
12th October 2012
One-77 was first revealed to the world in concept
form three years ago".
International Motor Show press release
Martin One-77 to come out of hiding for AIMS 2012.
Australian International Motor Show can confirm that
one of the most exclusive vehicles in the world, an
Aston Martin One-77 will take centre stage at this
years Show at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition
only Aston Martin One-77 in Australia and one of just
77 in the world, this vehicle is considered by many
to be one of the most sought-after and expensive supercars
on earth, initially costing over 1.2 million pounds.
in England, the One-77 is billed by Aston Martin as
its definitive sports car a vehicle that epitomises
everything Aston Martin is from technology, hand-craftsmanship
of the hand rolled aluminium panels to the attention
to detail. I am very proud and excited that
an Aston Martin One-77 will be on display at the 2012
Australian International Motor Show, said Russ
Tyrie, Show Director.
One-77 was first revealed to the world in concept
form three years ago, and this year, Australians will
be able to see one in all its glory after its owner
has generously allowed for it to be on public display,
only months after taking possession.
thrilling fusion of advanced technology and stunning
design, the One-77 combines a carbon fibre monocoque
structure and aluminium body panels with a 7.3 litre
naturally aspirated V12 engine producing 559kW and
750Nm. The two door sports coupe achieves 100km/h
in just 3.7 seconds and is capable of reaching speeds
in excess of 350km/h.
the creation of the One-77, Aston Martin wanted to
create a car closer to art than the automobile and
it has certainly achieved that, said Tyrie.
The One-77 is unique, it is like no other Aston
Martin or supercar ever engineered and we are confident
it will be a talking point of this years Australian
International Motor Show, said Tyrie.
2012 Australian International Motor Show will be held
at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre,
Darling Harbour and will open daily at 10am from October
19 to 28.
further information about the Show and to buy tickets
online to save, visit the AIMS
Gaming Expo report from Sydney; Australia - Day 3
- 23rd August 2012
arts for Paltronics by Human
by Eva Rinaldi
was the 3rd day for the most high profile and successful
gaming expo in Australia - the Australasian Gaming
Expo, which is being hosted by the Sydney Convention
Centre at Darling Harbour. It's gaming, gambling,
technology, sales...even creative arts elements and
It's a key time for the gaming industry in Australia
with all the regulation elements, responsible gambling
initiatives and such, and most of the big boys of
the industry were on hand to show off their wares,
with some exhibitors demonstrating significant creative
flair to help showoff their latest and greatest wares.
friends at Human Statue Bodyart were back again and
they had a couple of body models made up in bodypaint
(Anastasia as a butterfly and Victoria as a panda)
- complete with wings and sparkles, for leading gaming
brand Paltronics and its latest game 'Jungle Madness'.
expo centre itself is huge - 15,000 square metres
(about the size of an Aussie Rules football oval)
and this provided more than ample opportunity for
over 750 slot games on display.
Australasian Gaming Expo is by far the largest event
of its type in Australia and one of the worlds
learned through the grapevine that a trip for 2 to
Las Vegas will be won by a lucky visitor on each of
the 3 days of the Expo, and this is compliments of
the Gaming Technologies Association which owns the
event. It's understood the winner of the trip will
be named later this afternoon.
tipped over 20,000 people have walked through the
games expo thus far, with those in the business being
the majority, and no doubt a few punters, checked
through the gates (but note that the games on display
do not accept coins or notes).
done to everyone associated with the success of the
expo and we'll see you there again next year.
Australasian Gaming Expo www.austgamingexpo.com
Gaming Technologies Association www.gamingta.com
PALtronics Australasia www.paltronics.com.au
Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre www.scec.com.au
Human Statue Bodyart www.humanstatuebodyart.com.au
Human Statue Bodyart Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/humanstatuebodyart
Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography
Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com
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Packer Casino King Tribute To Alan Jones Media King,
by Greg Tingle - 5th November 2010
a very special getting together in Sydney, Australia's
gambling king, and up and coming media tycoon, James
Packer, has paid tribute to Australian radio broadcasting
legend Alan Jones, in a powerful and emotional speech.
Media Man crosses now to the action...
media and gambling business champion, James Packer,
gave a powerful, emotional and heartfelt address overnight
in tribute to talkback radio king and racing identity
the uninitiated, Jones is every part the living legend
of media, racing and people power circles. Jones and
the guest were celebrating his 25 years as a broadcaster
in a glitz event at Sydney's Darling Harbour. Media
Man favorite gambling tycoon, Packer headlined the
go through some of the highlights...
voice got croaky after describing how Jones had assisted
thousands of people, many totally anonymously, showing
just how giving of heart and spirit the great man
no one will ever take your place. You are without
peer my friend," Packer said, looking to get
touch teary eyed.
in the evening he told the story of how his late father,
Kerry Packer, has encouraged and then persuaded Jones
to give up politics for life as a media commentator
on Network Nine and then onto Radio 2UE, and before
then representing competitor 2GB Radio.
do you want to be son...the Prime Minister or a millionaire,"
KP (Kerry Packer) said to Jones.
took the money, not the box."
magical night, which was hosted by advertising and
media legend John Singleton and attended by the whose
who of politics, media, and arts, also featured tributes
from people as diverse as Liberal Party powerbroker
Michael Kroger and pop icons Human Nature.
long-time colleague at 2UE and a veteran of more than
6 decades in radio, John Brennan said Jones was the
best broadcaster he had ever heard because of his
ability to connect with listeners and his efficiency
think that Alan Jones is the Roger Federer of radio,"
he wasn't afraid to share with the audience.
former Aussie prime minister John Howard touched on
a remark from Packer that Jones would "pick and
stick" by his mates and friends, describing the
legend as "an Australian who never let his cobbers
said Jones, more than anyone else, understood the
power of talkback radio to influence politics.
has understood the temperament and the nature of the
Australian people They don't like being told by self-appointed
cultural dietitians that we should be ashamed of our
past - Alan understood that", Howard shared.
said he had appreciated Jones's support while in office
and paid tribute to the broadcaster's record of winning
a massive 155 radio ratings surveys.
who went on to speak last, said Howard was in his
mind "the best prime minister Australia has had".
thanked the people who attended - friends, family
and other guests, including some of his listeners,
as well as generously paying tribute to his support
team at Radio 2GB.
advised his main campaign would be against opencut
mining which he thinks turns too much rich pastoral
land into wastelands for profit. He elaborated and
said he was hopeful he would be able to continue to
make people feel better as a result of his work, both
broadcasting, community and more.
aim of power in this world is to lift people, not
crush them," he shared.
has also greatly contributed to the Australia gaming
and horse racing industry, with speaking on what's
best for Australian racing being one of his passions.
It was Jones who basically told Australian racing
to lift its game or see more competition knocking
on the door of Australia. Jones and his team are aware
of the PartyGaming - PMU deal inked earlier this year,
and Jones has also offered commentary in the past
on Packer's Betfair and the like. Jones is understood
to be a supported of regulated gaming and racing,
and a believer in responsible gaming, as is Gambling911
and Media Man.
done to everyone involved, and Alan, thank you for
assisting some of my mates over the years also, which
in turn assisted me, and James, thank you also for
the opportunity to offer commentary on you, your company,
initiatives like GenerationOne, and to offer some
b2b to some of your companies showcase events like
Crown Casino Aussie Millions Poker Championship. It
is truly appreciated and never taken for granted.
Long live the Jones, Packer and 'Singo' (Singleton)
legends. All Aussie champions of business, community
and people power.
was wonderful to hear about the good deeds of media
tycoons wasn't it We salute both Packer, Jones, and
the good folks who helped put together such a fantastic
happening. It was also a nice change to read about
big time Australian media players without all the
agro and such. Stay tuned for more of the best on
gambling, media, entertainment and sports right here.
you have a bet, please bet with your head, not over
it, and for God's sake, have fun.
Harbour is a locality of Sydney,
New South Wales, Australia
with a large recreational, pedestrian precinct. It
is situated at Sydney central business district. The
locality extends northwards from Chinatown, along
both sides of Cockle Bay to King Street Wharf on the
east, and to the suburb of Pyrmont on the west. Cockle
Bay is just one of the waterways that makes up Darling
Harbour, which opens north into the much larger Port
precinct and its immediate surroundings are administered
independently of the local government area of the
City of Sydney, by a New South Wales state government
statutory authority, the Sydney Harbour Foreshore
Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre at Darling
Harbour was a key meeting venue of APEC Australia
Harbour is named after Lieutenant-General Ralph Darling,
who was Governor of New South Wales from 1825 to 1831.
It was originally part of the commercial port of Sydney,
including the Darling Harbour Railway Goods Yard.
During the Great Depression, the eastern part of Darling
Harbour became known as The Hungry Mile, a reference
to the waterside workers searching for jobs along
the wharves. By the mid-to-late 1980s it had become
largely derelict and was redeveloped as a pedestrian
and tourist precinct as an initiative of then New
South Wales Minister for Public Works, Laurie Brereton.
Darling Harbour is now part of a massive urban renewal
development, adding more high rises and public space
to the Sydney CBD. The state government of New South
Wales, have announced plans for the 18-hectare site
to be 50% business and residential development, while
the other half be open public space. The government
declared plans to include "Globe St" in
the renewal project. "Globe St" is a street
designed to become Australia's and Asia
Pacific's new "Wall
St," succeeding Martin Place (also in the
Sydney CBD). It will be the centre for corporate trade.
The urban renewal development is not expected to be
completed until 2020. East Darling Harbour will have
the same postcode as Sydney, 2000, and the area is
now called "Barangaroo." The name "Barangaroo"
was chosen from a state competition to name the site.It
also has an Overseas Passenger Terminal (Wharf 8)
which is mainly used by Pacific Dawn (ship) which
is the P&O Australia fleet which was previsouly
served by Pacific Sun (ship) which is now based in
Brisbane. MS Sun Princess which is operaterd by Princess
Cruises also uses this as a home port.
Darling Harbour precinct is home to a number of major
public facilities and attractions, including:
* Harbourside Shopping Centre which includes Kingpin
Bowling Alley, M9 Laser wars as well as Australia's
first retail jet-Flight simulator.
* Sydney Entertainment Centre
* Paddy's Market
* Sydney's Chinese Gardens
* Tumbalong Park
* Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
* Australian National Maritime Museum (featuring museum
ships including HMAS Vampire)
* Powerhouse Museum
* Sydney Aquarium
* the IMAX theatre - the largest in the world
* Sydney Wildlife World
* Aboriginal Centre
* Sega World Sydney (closed in 2000)
Ten Office (1996-present)
Network Office & Studios (2005-present)
Darling Harbour precinct is linked to the CBD by the
Sydney Monorail by several stations.
in TV and film
Harbour is the location of the castmates house on
MTV's reality TV show, The Real World: Sydney, which
aired in late 2007. The house has a large "Darling
Harbour" sign along its edge, and the World Tower
high rise building can be seen behind it. The Seven
Network's Sydney production studios are where interior
shots for Home and Away are filmed, as well as other
shows such as Larry Emdur & Laura Csortan's Wheel
Of Fortune (Late 2005-2006). The Mighty Morphin'
Power Rangers: The Movie, shot in Sydney, had some
scenes filmed in Darling Harbor as well. Seven's Saturday
morning TV Music Show "Eclipse Music TV"
is filmed weekly at the precinct's shopping centre,