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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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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Hickson Road, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
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This is nice little area with plenty of paved walking trails. Lots of flowering trees and birds. It was right by my hotel and a great place to go for a leisurely stroll or to have a nice picnic away from all the crowds.
This area has been done well with great lawns, rocks and walkways and very good views of the harbour.This was a total surprise and good to see.If you are walking from Barangaroo Wharf there is a deal of construction to traverse biut worth the effort.
We visited this spot for New Year's Eve 2019. The event was well organized, and even with thousands of people, in questionable weather, all seemed to go well.
The location was good with views of the harbour bridge, and fireworks barge in the harbour.
An old industrial sight transformed into Sydney’s newest Harbour park. The reserve has toilets and a great place to escape the busy city, a bit noisy when we went due to the construction along the foreshore. There are awesome lookouts to the Harbour Bridge, Opera...More
A great place to walk or bike around in the City. Quite a few different paths you can wander around and enjoy the gardens. Magnificent views of the other side of the harbor from the Bride. There is parking there as well at reasonable prices....More
Barangaroo is quite a busy business and dining hub, so to have the Reserve close by is a lovely relief. It offers the opportunity to disconnect from the bustle and find some peace and quiet. With lovely park areas and water views, it is a...More
Even though this place opened 3 years ago, I somehow managed to not realise it existed. I knew that a lot of work was being done around Barangaroo, but I thought that was limited to the wharf area. It wasn't until the other day that...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... 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.