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1. Getting to Barangaroo Reserve

Barangaroo Reserve marks the transformation of one of the city’s oldest industrial sites into a spectacular, six-hectare headland open space for Sydneysiders and visitors to embrace and enjoy.

Train

The closest stations to Barangaroo are Circular Quay and Wynyard (1.2km).

Ferry

The closest ferry wharf to Barangaroo Reserve is Circular Quay, you can also walk from Darling Harbour. The new ferry wharf at Barangaroo South is due to open in early 2017.

Walk from Circular Quay through the Argyle Cut and along Argyle Street to the reserve entrance at Munn Street Reserve (1.2km).
Alternatively, follow the harbourside walk from Circular Quay, under the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Walsh Bay and enter the reserve at Towns Place (1.1km).

Bus

Three bus routes – 311, 324 and 325 - provide a direct bus to Barangaroo Reserve from Town Hall.

The 324 and 325 from Watsons Bay end at Walsh Bay, serving Barangaroo. The 311 to and from Millers Point serves Hickson Road, also providing access to Barangaroo.

Bus routes 311, 324 and 325 provide some accessible services throughout the day. Please check the TripPlanner for further details.

Cycling

Get on your bike and take the scenic route to Barangaroo. Cycling is a great way to discover Sydney.

Car

Wilson Parking operates a public car park at Barangaroo Reserve. The height restriction in the carpark is 2.2 metres and it provides 300 car spaces over two basement levels. The car park operates between 6am - midnight, 7 days per week.

The car park has 8 accessible parking spaces on Level B1.

Please allow extra travel time if driving to Barangaroo Reserve. This is due to changes to the road network in the CBD.

For the latest traffic information, visit www.livetraffic.com or call 132 701.

Walking

The most enjoyable way of arriving on foot is from Circular Quay. The direct route is to walk through the Argyle Cut and along Argyle Street to the reserve entrance at Munn Street Reserve (1.2km).
Alternatively, follow the harbourside walk from Circular Quay, under the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Walsh Bay and enter the reserve at Towns Place (1.1km).

Getting from Wynyard to Barangaroo is now a six minute walk, via the new Wynyard Walk.

Taxi

The best taxi drop off points are Towns Place, Argyle Place and the Hickson Road/Nawi Cove entrance where there is a dedicated drop off zone.
Taxis can be hailed at the Hickson Road/Nawi Cove entrance and Walsh Bay.

Water Taxi

Water taxis are permitted to drop off and pick up passengers at Rowntrees Dock in Nawi Cove.

Private Boats

By prior arrangement, small boats under 12m may drop off and pick up passengers at Rowntrees Dock in Nawi Cove at a pre-arranged time. For details contact info@barangaroo.com.

Coaches

Commercial coaches will set down and pick up passengers at the dedicated drop off zone at the Hickson Road/Nawi Cove entrance.

2. Getting to Barangaroo's southern commercial and dining precinct

Barangaroo is Sydney’s newest neighbourhood, and many of the streets within, are quite literally the city’s newest roads.

Eat, Drink and Shop at Barangaroo

Bus

Bus routes 252, 254, 261, 288, 290 and 292 now service King Street Wharf

Train

The closest station to Barangaroo South is Wynyard. From Wynyard, the recommended route for pedestrians via the northern side of Margaret Street and Napoleon Street, crossing at Hickson Road. Alternatively, you can cross Hickson Road via the new Napoleon Bridge.
An easy access route for less mobile pedestrians is available via Erskine Street and the southern side of Sussex Street. In addition, lift access from Kent Street leading to the new Napoleon Bridge is available via 275 Kent Street (Westpac building).

Ferry

The closest ferry wharf to Barangaroo South is Darling Harbour. The new ferry wharf at Barangaroo South is expected to open in late 2016.

Walking

The most enjoyable way of arriving on foot is from King Street Wharf, with part of Wulugul Walk now open. Eventually, the new foreshore promenade will eventually extend from King Street Wharf to Walsh Bay.

Cycling

Barangaroo South is connected to the Sydney Cycleways network. Cycle racks are being provided in the commercial buildings.

Ferry

Water taxis are allowed to drop and pick up passengers at King Street Wharf.

Car

Until the precinct is complete, the most convenient place to be dropped by taxi for Barangaroo South is King Street Wharf.

3. Visiting Central Barangaroo

Central Barangaroo is due to be completed in 2024. The NSW Government announced in 2015 that it is planning to open a Sydney Metro station at the site.
More details about how to get to Central Barangaroo will be released well before the site is opened to the public.

4. Car Parking

Wilson Parking operate a public car park at Barangaroo Reserve. The height restriction in the carpark is 2.2 metres and it provides 300 car spaces over two basement levels.

Entry and Exit
Entry and Exit The car park has vehicular entry and exit via a tunnel off Towns Place, leading directly from ground level to Level B1 and B2.

Accessibility
Pedestrian access is via a lift located at the opposite (southern) end of the car park and leads directly up into the Cutaway on the ground level. There are 8 accessible parking spaces on Level B1.

Hours of operation
The car park operates between 6am - midnight, 7 days per week.

To book and for more information
For further information such as parking rates, opening hours, or to book-a-bay, please visit Wilson Parking website or call 1800 PARKING (1800 727 5464).

See Wilson Parking information

5. Public Transport Trip Planner

For the latest transport information visit www.transportnsw.info or call 131500

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