Sea Wall Lawn

Sea Wall Lawn

Barangaroo Reserve
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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.

You could hire a beautiful slice of Sydney waterfront, less than a stone’s throw from the harbour for your next event.

The Sea Wall Lawn is located right on the waterfront on the northern shores of Barangaroo Reserve, and features green space perfect for your next event - whether it’s a romantic wedding ceremony, picnic, open air corporate function or a filming and photography project.

A truly waterfront, open air event space

The Sea Wall Lawn is located in Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney’s newest waterfront park, which features 6 hectares of greenspace, 75,000 native plants and almost a kilometre of stunning coastline.

Lush native trees are planted throughout the space, along with sandstone seating but there’s plenty of open lawn for wedding ceremonies and sit down picnics.

Hire the Sea Wall Lawn in Barangaroo

The Sea Wall Lawn is just minutes from the CBD and easily accessible by foot via the Wulugul Walk, by car via the Barangaroo Reserve public carpark, or via public transport.

It’s available for hire year round with reasonable rates. Get in touch today to book the Sea Wall Lawn in Barangaroo Reserve for your next event.

Appropriate use
  • Photography Photography
  • Individual ceremonies e.g. weddings Individual ceremonies e.g. weddings
  • Small community gatherings Small community gatherings
  • Events Events
  • Filming Filming
  • Small events
  • Filming and photography
  • Wedding ceremonies
  • Picnics

Please contact Placemaking NSW directly to discuss.

  • Surface


  • Toilets

    Closest toilets are at Marrinawi Cove (Pumphouse Toilets)


  • Pedestrian access
    Pedestrian access

    From Barangaroo Reserve and Wynyard Station through Barangaroo.


  • Vehicle access
    Vehicle access

    No loading zones. Please discuss your needs.

  • Parking


  • Power

    No power

  • Water


Please contact Placemaking NSW directly to discuss.