A plan to throw $600 million at the NSW Art and Culture Infrastructure Fund, earmarks upgrades for Sydney Opera House and Walsh Bay. NSW Premier Mike Baird and Deputy Premier Troy Grant have announced that should the Baird Government be re-elected, it would create a $600 million Arts and Cultural Infrastructure Fund as part of its Rebuilding NSW Plan. The planned facelift of the Sydney Opera House and Walsh Bay has the vision to place Sydney as the main centre for the arts in the Asia Pacific. These two major upgrades will encourage more people to access the arts, helping to cement the State as a world-class tourism destination. For Mr. Grant, this is a "once-in-a-generation investment in our arts and cultural facilities and a game-changer for audiences, artists and tourism in NSW." Click here for more information.