Pickleball at Barangaroo
Free Lunchtime Competition

Pickleball at Barangaroo

Rally your colleagues and friends and join our FREE lunchtime Pickleball competition. 

Free Fun Awaits

Free Things To Do

Barangaroo is your one-stop shop for free fun and a healthy dose of vitamin sea (or harbour, in this case)

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Pier Pavilion
A new iconic landmark is coming to Barangaroo South - Pier Pavilion, set to become a vibrant communal landmark by the water.
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The Run Club at Barangaroo
Chase your running goals while exploring Barangaroo. Be part of The Run Club in Barangaroo, a free and active vibrant community for runners of all skill levels.
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Aboriginal Cultural Tours
Find out all you need to know about Aboriginal Cultural Tours at Barangaroo.
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Insider's Guide

Build your best picnic at Barangaroo
Who doesn’t love a picnic?
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Barangaroo on a budget: The six best free and cheap things to do in Barangaroo
They say the best things in life are free. That old saying rings true here in Barangaroo - where you’ll find hours of fun for free or cheap!
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Sizzle and spice: The best Asian restaurants in Barangaroo
The Asian restaurants in Barangaroo may be in beautifully restored and new buildings, but you’ll find recipes and dishes here that have been passed down for generations.
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The best brunch in Barangaroo: From all day brekky to bottomless by the harbour
Brunch is one of life’s simplest pleasures and one of the best things to do in Barangaroo
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Harbourside sipping: The best coffee spots in Barangaroo
Thick, dark shots poured from Italian espresso machines, perfectly textured milk, that fragrant aroma of freshly roasted beans. Coffee lovers are in for a treat in Barangaroo.
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Free for everyone: The Barangaroo public art trail
Looking for things to do in Barangaroo? There’s an exciting activity everywhere you turn here, from wining and dining by the harbour to exploring a lush reserve planted with 75,000 natives. But there’s something extra special here for art lovers. 
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