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Story Lines

The transformation from a disused container terminal on the edge of Sydney's CBD into a spectacular 22-hectare waterfront precinct.

Barangaroo is a place to meet, work, live, eat and simply relax.

SKATE at the Cutaway

23 Feb 2019 - 20 Jul 2019

Until July, Big hART will transform the Cutaway into an underground creative space where skateboarders, musicians and digital artists collaborate to develop a new show called SKATE.

Donut-making Masterclass with Shortstop

29 Apr 2019 - 19 Aug 2019

Join Shortstop's Head Donut Maker, Natalie Waugh, for a unique hands-on experience that will have you rolling, proofing, frying and glazing some delicious donut creations.

Wellama

30 May 2019 - 30 May 2020

This artwork is a contemporary re-imagining of Welcome to Country, celebrating ritual, ceremony and story practised on Country since time immemorial.

Fostering Reconciliation Exhibition

27 May 2019 - 5 Jul 2019

International Towers is hosting an exhibition in collaboration with Reconciliation NSW, showcasing the artistic talent of school children and their interpretation of reconciliation. 

The Big Design Market

20-22 Sep 2019

For the foodies, the families and all lovers of beautiful, original design.

The Other Art Fair

24-27 Oct 2019

Australia's favourite independent artist showcase is coming to the Cutaway. Meet and buy art direct from 100 of the very best emerging artists, presented by Saatchi Art.

Development

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Barangaroo and the C40

Barangaroo’s sustainability commitment - carbon neutral, water positive, zero waste, community wellbeing.

Maritime history

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 The Woman

Barangaroo was a leader of her community, remembered through the generations as a defender of her culture and tradition.

Acknowledgement of Country

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.