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.

ARTFRESCO Augmented Reality Art Activation

22 Nov 2021 - 31 Jan 2022

Exciting artworks brought to life as large-scale augmented reality activations of the original pieces from world-renowned artists, Alex Seton and Robert Fielding.

Cultural Ghost Tours

13-22 Jan 2022

Come to Barangaroo Reserve for a spooky fun night filled with stories that will shed some light on the things that have been going bump in the night for First Nations mobs for over 60,000 years.

Sydney Festival

Sydney Festival returns to Barangaroo from 6-30 January 2022 with a large-scale artwork, a unique concert and an intimate night of contemporary ceremony, song and fire.

WugulOra Morning Ceremony

26 Jan 2022

As an ancient Smoking Ceremony cleanses the way for new beginnings, the WugulOra Morning Ceremony celebrates the world’s oldest living culture through dance, music and language.

Barangaroo Artisan Market

26 Feb 2022

For the first time ever, we’re closing off the streets and filling them over 30 stalls of carefully curated artisanal wares.





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.


Climate commitments and sustainability define how planning and design approaches shape the entire Barangaroo precinct. 

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.