The Central Barangaroo development project is positioned between Barangaroo Reserve and the financial and retail hub, will be the cultural and civic focal point of Barangaroo. A place for everyone to visit, explore, enjoy and learn.
The Central Barangaroo project will complete the sweep of experiences along the Sydney CBD western waterfront from the natural beauty of Barangaroo Reserve at the headland to the financial and retail hub.
The 5.2 hectare site will contain three hectares of unparalleled public space for recreation, events and entertainment. This part of the precinct will include a Sydney Metro station, and combine community, civic and cultural spaces and attractions with residential, retail and commercial uses.
It will extend the principles and networks of the Barangaroo precinct’s climate positive promise in line with current world's best practice to deliver a whole-of-Barangaroo outcome and create projects that respond visibly to sustainable needs of people and the planet.
The final piece in the Barangaroo puzzle and due for completion in 2024 will also see the opening of Wulugul Walk along the entire Barangaroo waterfront, connecting one of the world's longest and most beautiful continuous urban waterfront walks at 14km from Sydney’s Garden Island to the Fish Markets.
The successful bidder for the construction of Central Barangaroo will be announced in late 2017.