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Self-guided historical walking tours: These walking tours are accessed via the Sydney Culture Walks app and highlight Aboriginal history, heritage & culture: https://www.sydneyculturewalksapp.com/barani-redfern 
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NSW Treasury

As the NSW Government’s principal financial and economic adviser, Treasury’s role is to enable the Government to deliver its promise to the people of New South Wales.

As part of our vision to become a World Class Treasury, we believe Treasury has a primary role in supporting and investing in our key partners (service delivery clusters). Our responsibilities include lifting financial management capability and culture across the sector and supporting the NSW Government’s commitment to achieving significant and sustainable financial management improvement. The recent changes to the NSW Government have brought into Treasury teams focused on implementation of economic development activities, to foster greater collaboration and to maximise outputs with a focus on linking our key job precincts and priority sectors to target international markets and industries, attract investment, grow exports and shape great jobs and great places to work, live and play for both this generation and the next.
As a sponsor of the 2019 Australian Evaluation Society Annual Conference, NSW Treasury’s Centre of Evidence and Evaluation (CEE) has responsibility for a number of key functions across NSW government including:
  • Advising on economic assessment methods, such as Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA), Program Evaluation and Cost-Recovery
  • Building capability across the NSW government sector. This function includes framework development, expert advice, tools and training.
  • Providing expert review and quality assurance of CBA and Program Evaluations.