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Barangaroo

Posted 14 Mar 2017 @ 12:04pm

Vivid Sydney has just announced the program for its 2017 festival of light. And for the first time, Barangaroo has been added to the illuminated list. 

 

This year's program will brighten up even more of Sydney's beloved cityscape. Our Instagram feeds will have more variety than ever with the announcement that Barangaroo will join the bill for the first time, telling the story of...

Posted 26 Oct 2016 @ 11:44am

Sydney Open will once again give Sydneysiders a behind the scenes glimpse into some of the city's hidden architectural gems.

 

Now in its 12th year, the 2016 program will focus on the Sydney CBD, The Rocks, Walsh Bay and Barangaroo.

 

New additions to the program include Two International Towers at Barangaroo, the EY Centre on George Street, Walsh Bay’s heritage...

Posted 7 Jul 2016 @ 8:00am

Barangaroo, the new Sydney harbourfront precinct, will get its own version of Bondi's famous Sculpture By The Sea this year.

 

Sculpture At Barangaroo will take place in August, with 12 outdoor artworks by 15 Australian artists dotting the coastline of Barangaroo Reserve in the Sydney CBD.

 

The announcement comes on the eve of the 2016 Sculpture By The Sea this...

Posted 29 Oct 2015 @ 1:01pm

It’ll be no case of wishful thinking when James Dive unveils his latest installation Make A Wish at Barangaroo’s The Cutaway this weekend as part of Barangaroo’s Welcome Celebration.

 

We catch up with Dive to find out what’s in store.

 

Your new artwork, Make A Wish, will be on display throughout November at Barangaroo’s The Cutaway. What can visitors expect?

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Posted 17 Sep 2015 @ 3:44pm

Barangaroo's 200-year history of maritime culture will be celebrated in style with a series of picnics throughout October.

 

The second instalment of the Barangaroo Welcome Celebration will feature free live perfomances from Busby Marou, Lolo Lovina, The Cope Street Parade and many more.

 

The October Giant Picnic celebration will include art, food and drinks...

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