Central Barangaroo will be one of Sydney’s most vibrant and connected precincts, linking the lush Barangaroo Reserve with the bustling commercial hub of Barangaroo South.
Sydney’s newest precinct is about to get better with the addition of Central Barangaroo - scheduled for completion in late 2024. It will be the buzzing civic heart of Barangaroo, featuring a brand new metro train station, 2 hectares of waterfront park, spaces to play, work and live, plus several Barangaroo restaurants, bars and cafes.
Sydney’s most connected precinct
A brand new Sydney metro station will be at the beating heart of Central Barangaroo, making it one of Sydney’s most connected precincts. As well as the metro there’ll be new ferry wharves and pedestrian links to surrounding suburbs and back into the central city through charming laneways.
Getting to and from Barangaroo is already quick and easy - but it’s about to get easier.
The final piece in the Barangaroo puzzle
Central Barangaroo is the final step in the development of the 22 hectare waterfront Barangaroo precinct. It will be Sydney’s most accessible new precinct, blending seamlessly into the neighbouring reserve and commercial hub of Barangaroo South.
An expansive 2 hectare waterfront park is its centrepiece, featuring generous planting, plenty of spots for a picnic in the sun and mesmerising views over the harbour and Barangaroo Reserve. This space will host events and entertainment regularly. Lining the park there’ll be mid-rise buildings with retail, Barangaroo restaurants and bars, residential apartments, campus-style offices and a new cultural centre.
The street network will also be modified to include improved connections and remove cars from a section of Barangaroo Avenue. This new area will function as a beautiful pedestrian boulevard, with shopping, parkfront dining and more.
Getting to Central Barangaroo
Central Barangaroo 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 will 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 next door to Central Barangaroo.