Barangaroo is presently one of the largest continuous harbour foreshore sites in Sydney, and certainly by far the largest in the City's CBD. It will be a new place to enjoy the harbour through its new natural headland park and a foreshore walk, right by the water.
In keeping with this theme, the Barangaroo site is presently open to the public so you can access the foreshore along the harbour edge. The aim is to maintain the Foreshore Walk at Barangaroo throughout construction so long as it is possible and safe.
This initiative will ensure that the Sydney Harbour Circle Walk is a foreshore walk in as many places as possible. When the Barangaroo link is completed, people will be able to enjoy an uninterrupted 14 km foreshore walk from Woolloomooloo to the Anzac Bridge. The circuit of the Circle Walk takes in the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Darling Harbour, the ANZAC and Iron Cove Bridges and Milsons Point.
Continue from Barangaroo, following the harbour, around the Piers of Walsh Bay, under the Harbour Bridge and all the way to the Opera House, through the Rocks & Circular Quay.