Bloom at The Streets of Barangaroo
This waterfront precinct is embracing spring with public art, themed cocktails and bottomless brunches.
Waterfront precinct The Streets of Barangaroo is getting into the spring spirit with a new public art installation and a series of limited-time activations and specials popping up this November.
Australian muralist and figurative painter Lisa King has transformed The Streets of Barangaroo with a series of art installations which include floral illustrations hanging around the precinct and across the area's main staircase.
This is all part of Bloom, a celebration of spring and the return to relative normality following lockdown.
Accompanying the public art is a series of events and drink specials you can enjoy at the precinct's bars and restaurants. Head to House Bar, Love Fish, Tequila Daisy or Anason to try each of their special Bloom cocktails that include the gin and Rhubi Mistelle Ruby Reviver and the vodka, Aperol, rose syrup, peach and dusted rose petals Kosem Sultan.
Over at Barangaroo House, DJs will be on hand to welcome you back to Sydney's nightlife, while United rooftop bar is running its vegan bottomless brunches and pink-hued Euphoric Wednesdays set menu which features a three-course pink meal, 2 cocktails and bottomless frosé.