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.
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Design teams from Australia and beyond are invited to prepare a design for Barangaroo's Harbour Park
Artist Brenda L. Croft’s large-scale photomedia portraits of First Nations women and girls have been placed across the Barangaroo foreshore as part of the Sydney Festival.
Take a quick saltwater dip right in the heart of the city.
The NSW Government is inviting teams from around Australia and beyond to prepare a design that responds to our vision for Harbour Park, Sydney’s next great public space.
The new Barangaroo Heritage Interpretation Plan aims to provide a cohesive approach to how we develop and communicate the natural and cultural heritage values of the precinct, for existing and new works and initiatives.
Concrete hydro cutting works to begin for the new Pier Pavilion
Substructure works have commenced for the new Pier Pavilion.
Barangaroo's Living Seawall continues to thrive thanks to the successful partnership between UNSW Science (Living Seawalls Initiative), Lendlease and Infrastructure NSW.
Plans are underway to design Harbour Park, 1.85 hectares of public space that sits on the waterfront in the heart of Barangaroo.
The Cutaway will become one of Sydney’s premier cultural facilities and preferred venue for events and exhibitions after the NSW Government unveiled the concept design.
Developed in partnership with Lendlease and designed by architects Nobbs Radford, the new building features restrooms with a rooftop garden.