Sydney’s spectacular new six-hectare Harbour park, Barangaroo Reserve sits on the re-created headland at the northern end of the precinct. Its opening returns this part of Sydney, the old waterfront district, to the public for the first time in more than 100 years.
Barangaroo is the most important reinvention of Sydney’s historic centre for decades. The precinct is a globally significant, 22-hectare, $6+ billion waterfront renewal project that redefines the western edge of Sydney Harbour. It will be a lasting legacy of 21st Century urban renewal for future generations.
Once finished in 2022, half of Barangaroo will be public space, encompassing a continuous 2km waterfront walkway, new parks, plazas and coves – all connected to the central business district and wider Sydney through new transport links, including a ferry hub and a Metro station.The most enjoyable way of arriving on foot is from Circular Quay. The direct route is to walk through the Argyle Cut and along Argyle Street to the reserve entrance at Argyle Place. Alternatively, follow the harbourside walk from Circular Quay, under the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Walsh Bay and enter the reserve at Towns Place. Those heading to the reserve from Wynyard or Town Hall should use Kent Street, via Margaret Street and enter at either Argyle Place or Towns Place. For more ways to get to Barangaroo Reserve >> click here <<
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