Location | Getting Here

Barangaroo South brings Sydney’s Central Business District down to the water’s edge.

With significant investment into transport and infrastructure including buses, ferries, trains, cycle paths and the Wynyard Walk pedestrian bridge, Barangaroo will be seamlessly connected with every part of wider Sydney.

Wynyard Station is only a short walk away. The Wynyard Walk tunnel is now open, which provides a fully accessible pedestrian link between Wynyard Station and Barangaroo South, and avoids steep inclines and road crossings. 

Bus services will now take you directly to Barangaroo. Routes 311, 324 and 325 travel to Hickson Road from Town Hall, and a number of off peak services are now arriving at neighbouring King Street Wharf. 

There is limited parking available at Barangaroo South. If you are visiting by car, public carparks are available nearby at Barangaroo Reserve and Shelley Street. 

There’s a taxi rank located within Barangaroo South, with additional taxi ranks nearby on Shelley Street and Hickson Road. 

As the number of designated bike lanes within the CBD continue to grow, access to the streets of Barangaroo for bicycle riders is set to become even easier as time goes by. Bike access within the neighbourhood is through Watermans Quay and Barangaroo Avenue, with short term bicycle parking available at a number of convenient locations, the largest of these located along Barangaroo Avenue, in front of The Canteen, and residential buildings Alexander and Anadara.

The new ferry wharf at Barangaroo South is expected to open in early 2017. Until then, ferries arrive and depart from King Street Wharf and Circular Quay.

New transport solutions include:
  1. Wynyard Walk which will provide a world class, fully accessible pedestrian link between Wynyard Station and Barangaroo.  The walkway will allow pedestrians to get from Wynyard transport hub to the Barangaroo waterfront in approximately six minutes, avoiding steep inclines and road crossings.
  2. The existing Wynyard bus interchange with additional proposed bus routes to service Hickson Road and the Barangaroo precinct.
  3. A new ferry hub positioned at Barangaroo to serve the new commercial district.
  4. Light Rail network which will connect the CBD with Sydney’s inner west and south eastern suburbs.
  5. Extensive cycle paths connecting the precinct to the wider CBD and, within the commercial towers, more than 1,000 bike spaces.   

    Source: Transport for NSW