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From an intimate private gathering to large-scale public experience, the dynamic event spaces available at Barangaroo work in synergy with the environment and one another to deliver an exceptional experience.
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FDC to deliver Cutaway fit-out works
FDC Construction announced as the contractor to deliver Cutaway fit-out works.
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FDC to deliver Cutaway fit-out works
FDC Construction announced as the contractor to deliver Cutaway fit-out works.
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Bridge Lawn
Just a splash away from the harbour, you’ll find Bridge Lawn - a stunning waterfront green space with views north to the Harbour Bridge.
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Harbour Lawn
You could host your next outdoor event in your own intimate park right on the waterfront in Barangaroo Reserve.
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Marrinawi Cove
Marrinawi Cove is becoming one of the most popular swimming and picnic spots in Sydney.
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Nawi Cove
Just a minute’s walk from Barangaroo Reserve is Nawi Cove, a small cove with picturesque sandstone. 
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Nawi Lawn
Near the beautiful Nawi Cove, you’ll find Nawi Lawn - one of four harbourfront lawns along the coast of the beautiful Barangaroo Reserve.
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Sea Wall Lawn
The Sea Wall Lawn in Barangaroo Reserve is the largest of the harbourfront lawns with golden sandstone seating, lush native planting and panoramic harbour views.
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Stargazer Lawn
Stargazer Lawn is a green space atop a hill of picturesque sandstone with views of native greenery and the Sydney Harbour.
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The Cutaway
The Cutaway is a unique below-ground concrete and sandstone space near the waterfront in Barangaroo Reserve - available for hire for events of up to 3,500 people.
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Walumil Lawns
Walumil Lawns are four lush green spaces in Barangaroo Reserve with views over Sydney Harbour, available to hire for your next outdoor event.
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Waranara Terrace
A small open area off Wulugul Walk, with panoramic sea views on one side and a terrace planted with thousands of native plants on the other.
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