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Barangaroo South

Barangaroo South is the southern third of the $6+ billion waterfront renewal precinct. 

This is the economic engine room of the entire urban renewal vision - a partnership between the New South Wales Government and Lendlease to create a major extension of the Sydney CBD, reinforcing Sydney’s position as a key financial centre in the Asia Pacific.

Once completed in 2019, Barangaroo South will be a flagship address for top Australian and international corporations and provide jobs for 23,000 people. Yet it will still allow Sydneysiders and visitors to enjoy unprecedented access to a newly-reclaimed part of the waterfront.

The first of South Barangaroo’s three high-rise commercial towers (known as International Towers Sydney) is already being occupied by anchor tenants, Westpac. Other anchor tenants KPMG, Lend Lease, Gilbert + Tobin, HSBC and PwC will follow as the other towers are completed.


Barangaroo South is far more than a place of work. It has been conceived as a natural extension of the thriving, bustling city that is Sydney - a seamless convergence of enterprise, community and public space.

Apart from its prestigious office towers, Barangaroo South will include harbourside apartments, a landmark hotel and casino, restaurants, bars, cafes and a wide range of shops and services. 

Many thousands of Sydneysiders and visitors each day will be enticed to come to Barangaroo South to experience its vibrant street life, before and after dark.

As typified by Wulugul Walk – a 2km foreshore promenade which runs through the entire precinct - Barangaroo South is a celebration of the Harbour and Sydney’s constant reinvention, including a ferry hub and new bus and cycle routes. 

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