The southern end of Barangaroo is a foodies’ paradise, only a few minutes’ walk from Wynyard Station. There are more than 30 restaurants and bars in this specially curated dining precinct. The laneways of Barangaroo are where contemporary architecture and the corporate world comfortably collide with the area’s maritime and industrial history.
Entry and Parking
Wilson Parking operates a public car park with 300 spaces beneath Barangaroo Reserve. It is a 10 mins walk along Hickson Road to Barangaroo.
The entry is via a tunnel off Towns Place.
After parking, take the lift at the southern end of the car park. This leads directly up into the Cutaway, where you can find our security office and public toilets. The lift also provides access to Nawi Cove, the Waranara Terrace level near Munn Reserve, and Stargazer Lawn at the top of Barangaroo Reserve.
Hours of operation
The car park operates between 6:00am- midnight, 7 days a week.
There are eight accessible parking spaces on Level B1.
Barangaroo is just minutes from Wynyard Station via Wynyard Walk. The new tunnel links with the Sussex St Bridge and the Napoleon Bridge, providing a quick and safe route to Sydney’s newest commercial district as well as the Reserve. And now there's Barangaroo Wharf with ferries dropping you right at the restaurants on Wulugul Walk.
WALKING: From Wynyard Station, follow the signs to Exit 4 and take the Wynyard Walk tunnel. Exit at Napoleon Plaza and walk straight ahead across the Sussex Street Bridge. Take the escalator or lift down to arrive at International Tower Three.
CYCLING: Barangaroo is connected to the Sydney Cycleways network. Find information on CBD cycling here.
TRAIN: The closest station to Barangaroo is Wynyard, which is a four-minute walk to the precinct across Sussex Street Bridge. Take the escalator or lift down to arrive at International Tower Three.
Find train information here.
BUS: Routes 252, 254, 261, 288, 290 and 292 serve King Street Wharf. Find information on buses here.
FERRY: The Barangaroo Wharf opened on 26 June 2017. The F3 and F4 services stop here. Find ferry information here.
TAXI: Taxis can enter the precinct and drop off along Barangaroo Avenue. The nearest taxi rank is in Shelley Street.
WATER TAXI: Water taxis are permitted to drop and pick up passengers at King Street Wharf.