Barangaroo South is a soaring addition to the Sydney Skyline, featuring a world-leading commercial hub, Sydney’s best restaurants and bars plus a stunning waterfront location.
Whether you’re looking for a night out sipping cocktails while the sun sets, a luxurious hotel stay, or a view of Australia’s most forward-thinking architecture, Barangaroo South should be your destination.
Just minutes away from the CBD, this new waterfront precinct is the commercial heart of Barangaroo, featuring 90 shops and restaurants, harbourside public spaces, Sydney’s first 6-star hotel and much more.
A futuristic waterfront playground
A visit to Barangaroo South is without a doubt one of the best things to do in Sydney. In this brand new waterfront precinct you’ll find Sydney’s best restaurants, cocktail bars (most with stunning views of the harbour).
That includes Barangaroo House, a three-level hospitality venue with the ultimate rooftop space for sunset cocktails. There’s also several hatted restaurants in Crown Sydney, cheap eats galore, cocktail bars and fine dining on the waterfront.
There are also several public spaces, including the leafy green Hickson Park, the stepped waterfront walkway of Waterman’s Cove and Wulugul Walk which leads right through Barangaroo Reserve.
A vision for Sydney’s future
Barangaroo South is a vision for Sydney’s future. It’s connected via public transport and getting here takes just minutes from the CBD and nearby suburbs. The precinct’s world-leading architecture is designed with sustainability in mind, featuring solar-power technology, minimal waste and a world-first shipping container compost farm.
Visit and you’ll spot the International Towers, a progressive workspace home to some of Australia’s largest companies. Crown Sydney, Sydney’s tallest tower home to a 6-star hotel and Barangaroo’s best restaurants and bars, plus One Sydney (Sydney’s third tallest tower).
Getting to Barangaroo South
Barangaroo South is right in the heart of Sydney, just minutes from the CBD with excellent public transport links:
The nearest train station is Wynyard Station, minutes away. In 2024 the Barangaroo metro station will open, making access even easier.
Ferries via Barangaroo Wharf drop you right at the heart of the precinct. New ferry wharves will open in Central Barangaroo to make access even easier.
The Sydney cycle network connects Barangaroo with the city.
Bus routes 252, 254, 261, 288, 290 and 292 stop at King St Wharf.
If you’d rather drive there’s two levels of Wilson car parking underneath Barangaroo Reserve a short walk from Barangaroo South.