Getting Here

Getting here is easy - especially when Google Maps can do its thing and figure it all out for you!

Otherwise, check out the transport options below on how to get here.


Arriving by train

Wynyard Station is only a short walk to The Streets of Barangaroo. The Wynyard Walk tunnel is now open, leading to two pedestrian bridges that cross over Sussex Street (Napoleon Bridge and the Sussex Street Bridge). Both bridges provide easy access via lift, escalators and stairs directly into The Streets. 

Arriving by bus
Bus services will now take you directly to Barangaroo. Routes 311, 324 and 325 travel to Hickson Road from Town Hall, and a number of off peak services are now arriving at neighbouring King Street Wharf. 

Naturally, all routes that stop at or near Wynyard will get you to The Streets of Barangaroo too. The Wynyard Bus Interchange is only a short walk away - arriving and departing from York, Clarence and Kent Streets. Of course, any bus that takes you into the city centre provides access to our neighbourhood.

Arriving by car
If you are visiting by car, there are a couple of public carparks nearby:

Wilson Parking - Barangaroo Reserve
Wilson Parking operates a public carpark at Barangaroo Reserve, providing 300 spaces over two basement levels (with 8 accessible parking spaces on Level B1). 
The carpark operates between 6am - midnight, 7 days per week. The carpark is a 10 minute walk from The Streets of Barangaroo.

Secure Parking - 1 Shelley Street
Secure Parking operates a public carpark at 1 Shelley Street (behind King Street Wharf).
The carpark opens at 6am and closes at midnight (Mon-Thurs), 2am (Fri-Sat) and 10pm (Sun). The carpark is a 2 minutes walk from The Streets of Barangaroo.

Taxi
Taxis are easy to find. There’s a taxi rank within the neighbourhood, located on Barangaroo Avenue, plus just a short walk away on Shelley Street and Hickson Road. If you’re arriving by taxi, you can get out on Barangaroo Avenue, or along Hickson Road.

Riding a bicycle?
As the number of designated bike lanes within the CBD continue to grow, access to The Streets of Barangaroo for cyclists is set to become even easier as time goes by. Bike access within the neighbourhood is through Watermans Quay and Barangaroo Avenue, with short term bicycle parking available at a number of convenient locations - the largest of these located along Barangaroo Avenue, in front of The Canteen, and residential buildings Alexander and Anadara.

Travelling by ferry
We will also soon have our very own ferry hub! The new wharf is scheduled to be completed and operational in early 2017, but until then, ferries arrive and depart from King Street Wharf (number 3) right next door to ​Wulugul Walk, and from Circular Quay.