What’s open at Barangaroo?
Barangaroo is open and ready for business – and there is still so much more set to come online in the next few months.
Sydney’s new financial and professional services hub has come alive over the past six months, with close to 13,000 office workers already working at Barangaroo throughout the three towers of the International Towers Sydney. A considerable amount of retail is also now open along Barangaroo Avenue, as well as other pedestrian walkways including Scotch Row, Shipwright Walk, Mercantile Walk and Exchange Place.
Although the first stage of the precinct is nearing completion the northern end of Barangaroo South will remain an active construction site as we continue remediation works in the lead up to the construction of Crown’s six-star integrated hotel and resort and the One Sydney Harbour apartments.
A section of Wulugul Walk (formerly known as Foreshore Walk) is now open and provides access from King Street Wharf to Sydney’s newest waterfront dining precinct. With 91% of waterfront retailers now open at Barangaroo South, it is fast becoming home to an impressive collection of renowned food talent, with a mouth-watering lineup of new restaurants. There is currently no access via Wulugul Walk to the northern end of Barangaroo, as only a small section of the foreshore has been completed.
The entire foreshore will progressively open during the next five years and once the precinct is finished, it will complete the 14.5k harbour side walk from Woolloomooloo Wharf all the way around to Pyrmont’s ANZAC Bridge.
As the streets of Barangaroo progressively come to life over the next year, we will see the opening of many new stores, cafes, restaurants and more. Please note there is no public parking available at Barangaroo. Visit www.thestreetsofbarangaroo.com to find out what’s new and what’s happening on the streets.