Wynyard Walk means visitors to Barangaroo’s retail and dining precinct do not need to cross any main city streets. From Wynyard Station, follow the signs to Exit 4 and take the Wynyard Walk tunnel. Exit at Napoleon Plaza and walk straight ahead across the Sussex Street Bridge. Take the escalator or lift down to arrive at International Tower Three.
Barangaroo is connected to the Sydney Cycleways network. Find information on CBD cycling here.
The closest station to Barangaroo is Wynyard, which is a four-minute walk to the precinct across Sussex Street Bridge. Take the escalator or lift down to arrive at International Tower Three. Find train information here.
Routes 252, 254, 261, 288, 290 and 292 serve King Street Wharf. Find information on buses here.
The Barangaroo Wharf opened on 26 June 2017. The F3 and F4 services stop here. Find ferry information here.
Taxis can enter the precinct and drop off along Barangaroo Avenue. The nearest taxi rank is in Shelley Street.
Water taxis are permitted to drop and pick up passengers at the Barangaroo pontoon in front of Crown Sydney. Permits are not required for water taxis but they must comply with the signage on the pontoon for vessel limitations
Parking is available under Barangaroo Reserve from 6am-Midnight, 7 days a week. Find all the details here.
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