Sydney Opera House Trust
Sydney Opera House is a statutory body established under Sydney Opera House Trust Act, 1961, and operates as one of the State's cultural institutions within the Arts portfolio.
The Trust’s objectives are:
- To administer, care for, control, manage and maintain the Sydney Opera House building and site
- To manage and administer the site as an arts centre and meeting placeTo promote artistic taste and achievement in all branches of the performing art
- To foster scientific research into and to encourage the development of new forms of entertainment and presentation
(excerpt from Sydney Opera House Trust Act, 1961)
The Sydney Opera House Trust consists of 10 members appointed by the Governor on the nomination of the Minister for the Arts. A Trustee holds office for three years and is eligible for reappointment for no more than three consecutive terms. The Trustees must include at least two persons who have knowledge of, or experience in the performing arts.
Find out more about the Sydney Opera House Trust
Sydney Opera House Executive Team
The Executive Team works in partnership with the Trust and is responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring the organisational strategy.
The Executive Team comprises portfolio directors working to Chief Executive Officer.
Find out more about our CEO Louise Herron