Sweet Summer Fun

We’re all in need of a summer of fun this year, and luckily Barangaroo will be full of sweet summer fun for the whole family. Check out some of our not to be missed experiences.

Cultural Ghost Tours

13 - 22 Jan 2022. Come to Barangaroo Reserve for a spooky fun night filled with stories that will shed some light on the things that have been going bump in the night for First Nations mobs for over 60,000 years.

Barangaroo Artisan Market

26 Feb 2022. For the first time ever, we’re closing off the streets and filling them over 30 stalls of carefully curated artisanal wares.

Sydney Festival - Future Dreaming

6 - 30 Jan 2022. A large-scale artwork transforms Stargazer Lawn at Barangaroo into a place to gather, look to the past and demand the future.

Sydney Festival - Night of the Soul

21 - 22 Jan 2022. Lie amongst the raw sandstone and towering columns of The Cutaway and let the lush acoustics of this vast, cathedral-esque space surround you.

Sydney Festival - The Vigil: Songs for Tomorrow

25 Jan 2022. Now in its fourth incarnation at Sydney Festival, The Vigil will be an intimate night of contemporary ceremony, song and fire led by the new generation of First Nations artists.

WugulOra Morning Ceremony

26 January 2022. As an ancient Smoking Ceremony cleanses the way for new beginnings, the WugulOra Morning Ceremony celebrates the world’s oldest living culture through dance, music and language.

Aboriginal Cultural Tours

Immerse yourself in the native history of Sydney Harbour and the importance of the land to Australia’s Aboriginal heritage and its significance to the clans of the Eora Nation that once lived where Sydney now stands.

Eat & Drink

Discover a waterfront haven of world-class dining only four minutes from Wynyard Station.

ARTFRESCO Augmented Reality Art Activation

22 Nov 2021 - 31 Jan 2022. These exciting artworks are brought to life as large-scale augmented reality activations of the original pieces from world-renowned artists, Alex Seton and Robert Fielding.

Picnics

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.

Remembering Artwork

Remembering is an artwork that Infrastructure NSW commissioned Australian artist Danie Mellor and Cultural Capital as curator to create to adorn the hoarding of the Central Barangaroo construction zone that runs along the Barangaroo foreshore (between Crown Resort and Barangaroo Reserve).