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Aunty Lois Birk looks out to the ocean during the creation of Barangaroo Ngangamay by Genevieve Grieves and Amanda Jane Reynolds. Photo by Bonnie Elliott 2017.

Barangaroo Ngangamay – a multimedia experience

Saturday, 11 March 2017

Discover a unique multi-media artwork celebrating the strength, vibrancy and continuity of local Aboriginal people and their culture launches on 11 March.

  • Aboriginal
  • Things to do
  • explore
  • free
  • art
  • Barangaroo Reserve
Yoga in Barangaroo Reserve

Saturday Morning Yoga at Barangaroo

Saturday Mornings in February

Bring mindful movement to your morning. Join us at Barangaroo Reserve and enjoy complimentary outdoor yoga classes.

  • Things to do
  • Exercise
  • free
  • Barangaroo Reserve
  • Yoga
Dining precinct at Barangaroo

Visit Barangaroo’s food and retail district

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

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  • Food
  • Drink
  • Things to do
  • Shopping
Blak Markets at Barangaroo - woven fish

Blak Markets at Barangaroo Reserve

Saturday, 11 March 2017

Barangaroo will host the renowned Blak Markets, featuring outdoor market stalls, free entertainment and tours. The markets will take place at Barangaroo Reserve, transforming Stargazer Lawn into a lively marketplace showcasing Australia’s rich Aboriginal culture.

  • Barangaroo Reserve
  • Things to do
  • free
  • Markets
  • Aboriginal
  • food
  • art
People being taken on a guided tour at barangaroo

Aboriginal Cultural Tours

Visitors to Barangaroo Reserve are now able to connect with the world’s oldest living culture through Barangaroo’s Aboriginal Cultural Tour Program

  • Guided Tour
  • Things to do
  • Tours
  • Barangaroo Reserve
  • Aboriginal
  • Eora
  • cultural tours
  • Sydney tours
  • School holidays
  • Kids
  • explore
Grevillea linearifolia in flower August 2016

Barangaroo botany

A key part in restoring the headland to a natural form was the planting of 75,000 native trees, shrubs and bushes.

  • Flora
  • Botany
  • Native plants
  • Trees
  • Nature
  • Natural Features
  • Things to do
  • Barangaroo Reserve

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