You couldn’t find a better place for this two-hour Aboriginal Heritage Walking Tour: Barangaroo Reserve was previously a shipping port and it’s been transformed back into a beautiful park—based on what the headland looked like before Europeans arrived. Stories of local Aboriginal history are told to the theme of the city’s changing landscape as you walk. You can easily take this tour more than once—there’s a range of Aboriginal tour guides and they all offer something different. In keeping with the culture, only the female guides can talk about Barangaroo, while Clarence is a well-known local identity and native-plant expert. They’re all excellent.
Barangaroo Reserve is a six-hectare re-imagined Sydney Harbour headland that sits above a spectacular cultural space called the Cutaway. Named after Barangaroo, a Cammeraygal woman who was a powerful voice in the early days of colonial Sydney, the reserve is rich in Aboriginal and cultural history…
Within merely 3 minutes' walking from your front door, enjoy sprawling, picturesque views of the Sydney Harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Balmain East, and more. This is a FABULOUS spot for an early morning walk or jog. It is completely free and recommended to visit from dawn until dusk, seven days a…
It’s almost over the fence - a minutes walk away the newly created park headland takes you to the waters edge
Barangaroo Reserve is Sydney’s newest Harbour foreshore park – marking the transformation of one of the city’s oldest industrial sites into a spectacular, six-hectare headland open space for Sydneysiders and visitors to embrace and enjoy.
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