Getting to Barangaroo Reserve
Whether you're on foot, cycling or using public transport, getting to Barangaroo Reserve is simple.
To ensure Sydney Festival: The Headland events are hosted in a COVID-safe environment, the Reserve will be closed on performance nights (6 - 25 January 2021) between 6pm – 11pm. Sections of the Reserve will be closed for event set-up and pack down as required. Wulugul Walk will remain open at all times.
Barangaroo Reserve is the perfect spot for a harbourside picnic. As well as providing a new perspective on Sydney Harbour, Barangaroo Reserve features lookouts, idyllic coves and a variety of picnic spots.
You can BYO blanket, picnic and drinks (alcohol is allowed in the Reserve), or you can purchase a great range of picnic options from the food outlets at Barangaroo’s food and retail precinct. We recommend Bel and Brio or The Canteen as a starting point.
If you want to leave the hassle to the professionals, pre-ordering a picnic from Pop Up Picnic is a great option.
Pop Up Picnic creates hampers perfect for intimate occasions (eg an anniversary or wedding proposal), right up to full scale alfresco events. They not only deliver the goodies to your agreed location in the Reserve, they can also offer picnic equipment, unique outdoor activities and have a team of picnic professionals to look after you on the day.
If you are a small to medium-sized picnic group (up to 50 people), not cooking onsite, and no infrastructure please feel free to turn up and find an available space without making a booking.
You can find out more about getting to Barangaroo Reserve here.