Monday, 1 May 2017


A new Sydney Harbour cove, a one-hectare public park, an expanded waterfront walkway and a public pier are the key features of the next section of Barangaroo’s public domain.

The Barangaroo Delivery Authority, on behalf of the NSW Government, has released a proposal for two hectares of public space to complete the design of Barangaroo South.

Barangaroo Delivery Authority Chief Executive Officer Craig van der Laan said, “This is an exciting proposal for the creation of more beautiful public spaces at Barangaroo, which will be of enormous benefit to the people of Sydney.

“The new harbour cove and public park represent the next step in the extraordinary transformation of Barangaroo from a 22-hectare concrete container terminal into a world class, vibrant waterfront precinct.”

A Development Application will be lodged with the NSW Department of Planning and Environment, and be available on public exhibition as part of the planning process.

Visit the Barangaroo website for more information.

Image: The design includes Waterman’s Cove, a fully-accessible amphitheatre-style boardwalk on the water. Credit: Barangaroo Delivery Authority

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