Exploring Barangaroo

The latest jewel in Sydney’s colourful nightlife, Barangaroo, is open for business.

Visitors to Sydney truly are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing how they’ll spend their nights. 

A drink under the waves of the Opera House, listening to the faint strains of jazz? Or maybe a stroll through the newly renovated Darling Harbour? Or even an adventure through the historic Rocks district? 

Now, we can add Barangaroo to the list of attractions. 

Situated on the edge of the business district overlooking the waters of Johnstons Bay and Pyrmont, Barangaroo has been a much-anticipated arrival.

Encapsulating the diversity of Sydney in its food, retail and entertaining options there is much to be tempted by in this stunning new precinct. 

If you’re after something special to take home with your, or find that last minute outfit, you can check out the new boutique David Jones or find something unique and cute at Collector or Scandinavian-inspired The Waiting Room. 

If it’s food or drinks you’re keen to explore, you won’t be disappointed. 

From delicious street food at Belles Hot Chicken or more formal dining at Cirrus and Fish at the Rocks, Barangaroo has created a foodie’s playground with something for everyone, regardless of palate or budget. 

The only thing you’ll struggle with is deciding what to do first! 

Don’t hesitate to ask our amazing Concierge team for any suggestions on where to go or what to try while down in this exciting new precinct.

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