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Barangaroo Reserve is a six-hectare re-imagined Sydney Harbour headland that sits above a spectacular cultural space called the Cutaway. Named after Barangaroo, a Cammeraygal woman who was a powerful voice in the early days of colonial Sydney, the...more
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Hours Today: 12:00 a.m. - 11:59 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Hickson Road, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
All reviews sandstone blocks darling harbour hickson road wynyard station sydney sandstone cycling trails foreshore park crown casino wharf area anzac bridge green space observatory hill leisurely stroll beautiful park pleasant walk walk around sunny day
We came upon the reserve by accident and were most impressed with this development that is new for us. It is perfect for those seeking to keep fit - jogging or the like - but believe me I am not inclined to that so others...More
Impressed that this is public park space well designed and not real estate.
Plenty signage and even a super lift to get down below.
Very good views of Sydney construction projects.
Not far from food and drink venues.
My son and his lovely bride were married there among the standing rocks (he called them the Down Under Stonehenge! It was a perfect place, the sun was hot, the breeze just right, the ambiance perfect - what a lovely spot, I really envy Sydney...More
The park is relatively new (discovered a few years ago). On one side it borders the luxury Crown Casino under construction, on the other it reaches the Harbor Bridge, on the other, The Rock. The park itself is on terraces with stairs that connect them...More
Ventured to this place on a weekday and found it such a wonderful place to walk around. Beautiful scenery of the surrounding harbour as well as the reserve itself. Planted with a variety of Australian plants among sandstone blocks was great to see. A place...More
On one side there is a massive construction site happening. Then walk around the bottom of the reserve towards the Harbour Bridge, you're a world away from it all. And watch all the boats coming and going.
I took a stroll through Barangaroo Reserve last night at 7.20pm. I saw two other people - a woman jogging and an older gentleman taking a stroll like I was. It was a bit disconcerting to be virtually alone at night in such an eerily...More
When on holidays, we like to walk to a lot of places where possible and we did just that from Hyde Park to Barangaroo Reserve. Cutting through Pitt Street Mall, to Circular Quay and The Rocks, following Argyle Street you’ll end up at Hotel Palisade....More
Short walk from Barangaroo Wharf, hosting numerous restaurants and cafes. This is good spot to rest, view the river traffic and gaze at the Harbour Bridge. Walking around the area, it's lovely to view the old terraced houses, converted warehouses and old industrial buildings.
Hi, Barangaroo is a ticketed vantage point and you would need to book tickets now to secure a place. I suggest that you go to the sydney new years eve web site and go to Vantage Points, then Barangaroo and you will find a... More
Hi, Barangaroo is a ticketed vantage point and you would need to book tickets now to secure a place. I suggest that you go to the sydney new years eve web site and go to Vantage Points, then Barangaroo and you will find a link to buy tickets. When you have a ticket, you won't need to go as early as the free vantage points. Views are good and food and drinks are available, but you won't be allowed to BYO. There is a capacity of 12,000 people, but the area is quite large and I have no doubt it would be a comfortable view.
There are no pass outs, so once you're in you have to stay in.
That area is managed and has security, so it is safe as well.