A new four-week Barangaroo festival will pay homage to female talent and native food (Sydney)

Across twelve nights in February, Barangaroo will play host to a brand new festival dubbed Sunset20°N: a celebration blending music, food and culture in the picturesque surrounds of Barangaroo Reserve. Named for a strong woman and independent leader of the Cammeraygal people of Sydney, the enormous program will consist of mostly female artists from across the country, spanning various disciplines to truly highlight the immense strength and talent that regularly uplifts Australia’s cultural scene.... Read More | Share it now!

Blak Markets returning to Barangaroo Reserve this weekend (Sydney)

For one day only this Sunday 4th December the gorgeous Barangaroo Reserve will play host to the renowned Blak Markets, a curated event which brings in outdoor market stalls, free entertainment and even a few tours of the historic new site. Australia’s rich indigenous culture will also be highlighted as Nawi Cove is shaped into an open-air marketplace with bush tucker stalls, weaving workshops and a live performance by Sydney singer-songwriter Marcus Corowa along with traditional storytelling, Aboriginal dance, shell workshops and Aboriginal arts and crafts. ... Read More | Share it now!

Taste Orange to bring harbourside wine festival to Barangaroo this month (Sydney)

Nestled in Barangaroo Reserve’s Nawi Cove will be a new iteration of Taste Orange set for later this month. The cool-climate food and wine festival dedicated completely to Orange has become best known around Sydney for its annual two-day celebration at Martin Place each September, and Barangaroo’s turn to host a new expression of the event will no doubt be building upon that success, providing a deeper insight into what has made Orange one of the fastest growing food and wine destinations in the state.... Read More | Share it now!