A Simple website of Barangaroo, an inner-city suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
It is located on the north-western edge of the Sydney central business district and the southern end of the Harbour Bridge.
This is a personal website, a guide of Barangaroo Sydney Australia.
Barangaroo is part of City of Sydney, Cumberaland County, St. Philip Parish, State Electorate of Sydney and Federal Divison of Sydney. It was established in 1788 as Cookle Bay Point, then as Millers Point in 1820s and as Barangaroo in 2007.
Its geographical coordinates is 33.8611°S 151.203°E and covers an area of 0.22sqkm (0.1 Sqmi) and according to 2016 census there were 189 residents.
Darling Harbour Ferry Wharf was replaced by Barangaroo Ferry Wharf in June 2017.
Barangaroo Railway Station will be serving Barangaroo as part of Sydney Metro City and Southwest rapit transit project.
Barangaroo is served by NSW State Transit bus routes 311, 324 and 325 to Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.
The Wynyard Walk connects Wynyard Station with Barangaroo.