Check out the calendar of events at Barangaroo.
Discover a waterfront haven of world-class dining only four minutes from Wynyard Station.
Enjoy a day out at Barangaroo. Or just pop in for a visit. Take a tour. Wine, dine and shop. Ride your bike. Bring a picnic. Take in a whole new view of Sydney Harbour.
You can get to Barangaroo by train, bus, ferry, cycling, car and, of course, on foot.
When Vivid Sydney lights up Barangaroo, it becomes a feast for the senses and a must-explore destination. Before or after exploring the impressive array of artworks located at Exchange Square and along Wulugul Walk visitors can enjoy delicious, light-inspired fare from over 40 restaurants, bars and cafes.
Blak Box (by Utp) is an architecturally designed surround-sound listening pavilion for First Nations story, language and song.
You’ll be the bee’s knees after making your own beeswax candle and taking a tour of Barangaroo Reserve to learn all about the bees in the area, including our very own native bee residents.
For the first time ever, we’re closing off the streets and filling them over 30 stalls of carefully curated artisanal wares.
Find art you love with hundreds of artists and thousands of artworks to choose from, set to a backdrop of performances, installations, workshops and more.
Barangaroo’s sustainability commitment - carbon neutral, water positive, zero waste, community wellbeing.
The history of Barangaroo has many rich threads woven from Sydney's maritime history, the first container port and the dark days of the Hungry Mile.
Barangaroo was a leader of her community, remembered through the generations as a defender of her culture and tradition.
We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation as the First Peoples and Traditional Custodians of this land. We offer our respect to their Elders both past and present.
We acknowledge this place is named after Barangaroo, a leader of the Cammeraygal people and wife of Bennelong of the Wangal people, who played a significant role within her community and that of the early British colony.