A globally renowned urban renewal project on the western waterfront of Sydney’s CBD. The transformation from a disused container terminal into a spectacular 22-hectare waterfront precinct.
Once fully complete with a new Metro station by 2024, more than half of Barangaroo will be dedicated public space encompassing a continuous Sydney Harbour promenade, expansive parklands, plazas and coves. Barangaroo will support a projected target of some 23,000 permanent jobs, provide a home to 3,500 residents and contribute more than $2 billion a year to the NSW economy.
Work on the development of Barangaroo continues, and the various projects being managed or overseen by Infrastructure NSW include:
The assessment of planning applications is undertaken independently by the NSW Department of Planning and Environment. All planning applications and determinations can be viewed at the Department's website.
For more information on the Barangaroo project, please visit barangaroo.com
The NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Minister for Planning and Public Spaces Rob Stokes, Lendlease and Crown Resorts officially opened Watermans Cove and the foreshore today in Barangaroo South.READ MORE
With the Pier Pavilion design competition officially open, registered Australian architects are now able to prepare and enter their designs for this new and exciting harbourfront project.READ MORE
The NSW Government is inviting registered architects from around Australia to enter their ideas for a new Pier Pavilion at Watermans Cove in Barangaroo South.READ MORE
On Friday 6 December, Barangaroo was announced as the first urban precinct in Australia to be awarded carbon neutral status.READ MORE
Infrastructure NSW confirms that the delivery of Central Barangaroo will now be led by Aqualand following the exit of Grocon from the project.READ MORE