Saturday, 21 November 2015

Barangaroo Point - Open for Business

Barangaroo Point is a new open space, that according to it's website is

"A spectacular new place for Sydney, this six hectare waterfront headland park includes two coves, a continuous naturalistic sandstone foreshore, 75,000 native plants and an internal cultural space landscaped into the headland."

Panorama of Nawi Cove
Mr Seasons enjoying clambering over the sandstone blocks.
Walking towards Stargazer Lawn
Burrawang Steps
View of the Harbour Bridge from Millers Point
The old control tower is now a feature of the new reserve.
Lots of lovely green space and open views.
Girra Girra Steps looking down to Nawi Cove
Waranara Reserve
The Cutaway
The Cutaway is an exhibition and cultural space.
The existing sandstone wall has been lit up dramatically as well as utilising the natural light.
The first exhibition is by Brook Andrew called, StoneThe Weight of History, the Mark of Time.
The four balloon sculptures are meant to act as a "breathing lung-like imaginative environment".

Sandstone detail
I can't wait to see how this space matures with time.

This post is part of Saturday Snapshot


  1. It will be interesting to see how it develops, it all looks so new and sparse. I love that last photo Brona, couldn't be anything else but Australian. I hadn't seen The Cutaway before- interesting.

  2. Looks like a great new outdoor space to be enjoyed!

  3. I love the artwork. Looks like a great place to visit.


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