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We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora nation as the First Peoples and Traditional Custodians of this land. We offer our respect to their Elders both past and present.

We acknowledge this place is named after Barangaroo, a leader of the Cammeraygal people and wife of Bennelong of the Wangal people, who played a significant role within her community and that of the early British colony.

Lunar New Year

There’s plenty of exquisite culinary options at Barangaroo to help you celebrate the Year of the Rabbit. Check out the Lunar New Year inspired menus and entertainment from some of Barangaroo’s amazing restaurants below; and make sure you don't miss the International Towers' ceremonial Lion Dance at 10.30am on 25 January.


19 Jan - 5 Feb - Indulge in the bountiful eight-course Lunar New Year banquet menu featuring delicacies including Roast Suckling Pig and "Yu Seng" Salad with Tasmanian Ocean Trout and Braised Abalone.


19 Jan - 5 Feb - Enjoy a delectable array of savoury and sweet Asian treats including Crispy Truffle Lobster Dumpling, Peking Duck Bun and "Fortune Macaron" with Milk Tea Mousse. Or try one of the zodiac-inspired cocktails available exclusively during Lunar New Year.


21 - 22 Jan - Feast on sumptuous Lunar New Year dishes, including Fish Maw Soup with Sea Cucumber, Roast Goose, Steamed Barramundi, Milk Tea Panna Cotta, Tang Yuan Sesame Rice Balls and more.

International Towers' Lion Dance

25 Jan - This traditional ceremonial Lion Dance will start at 10.30am with a waking ceremony at Exchange Square followed by a procession through Mercantile Walk, Waterfront and back to Shipwright Walk.

Lotus Barangaroo

27 Jan - Come to Lotus Barangaroo and celebrate the Lunar New Year 2023 with a Lion Dance performance and a decadent food offering.

88 Noodle

A bustling hotspot full of atmosphere, the Noodle 88 experience is reminiscent of the great noodle houses in Shanghai, delivering fast, filling and delicious fare in a vibrant, authentic setting.

Crown Sydney Fashion Display

20 Jan - 12 Feb - The artistic tendencies of Lunar Rabbits will be celebrated at Crown Sydney with an impressive fashion display in collaboration with Chinese fashion designer, Bowie Wong.