Woollahra Council delivers and supports a range of events that support local business community.
People of Rose Bay - a FREE open-air portrait exhibition
Council is proud to have launched People of Rose Bay. A FREE open-air portrait photography exhibition aimed at connecting our community to the iconic people and stories behind Rose Bay businesses.
The featured portraits of local business owners were installed in multiple locations around Rose Bay Centre (Collins Street, Collins & Percival Lane, Percival Park, Newcastle Street, & Dover Road) enabling the public to enjoy the exhibition through lane-ways, parks, streets, footpaths and shopfronts.
The experience was interactive, with each portrait containing a QR code that links the viewer back to the businesses, their stories, special offers, competitions and more.
People of Rose Bay is supported by the NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment as part of the Festival of Place Summer Night Fund.
See all the People of Rose Bay portraits and read about their stories.
NSW Small Business Month: 1 - 31 March 2022
NSW Small Business Month (1 - 31 March 2022) events aimed to inspire small business owners and operators, help them learn new skills and engage with business experts and their peers.
Helping Businesses Bounce Back
As a part of Small Business Month 2022, Woollahra Council hosted a free webinar which focused on how to get our business community back on their feet after the impacts of Covid-19.
Drawing upon the shared knowledge and experience of hospitality experts, local business owners, business chambers and economy advisors, this webinar identified and discussed ways in which businesses can bounce back after the pandemic and thrive in 2022.
Neil Perry – Owner of Margaret Restaurant and Founder of Hope Delivery Foundation
Michael Rodrigues – Commissioner, NSW 24 Hour Economy Advisory Group
Andrew Packham – President Paddington Business Partnership
Susan Wynne – Mayor, Woollahra Council
Supported by Woollahra Council, Paddington Business Partnership, and NSW Government.
Watch the webinar below.