Barangaroo Is Now Home to a Massive Amphitheatre-Style Boardwalk on the Waterfront

To celebrate its opening, a heap of the precinct's restaurants are offering bottomless brunches.
Marissa Ciampi
Published on October 09, 2020

Since its opening back in 2015, Sydney's harbourside precinct Barangaroo has experienced non-stop upgrades. Now, an amphitheatre-style boardwalk has joined its foreshore ranks. Watermans Cove opened to the public this month, adding a whopping 11,000-square-metres to Barangaroo.

This segment of Watermans Cove extends the Wulugul Walk — which runs along The Streets of Barangaroo's 13 eateries — to 350-metres all up. Its opening has also led to some some of the precinct's restaurants, including The Butcher's Block, Bund and the Meat and Wine Co, gaining waterfront views for the first time.

Heaps of Barangaroo's retailers are celebrating the opening with bottomless offerings, with food, drinks and even massages on the docket. Those include a two-hour cocktail and live music brunch at Untied, Mediterranean-inspired rosé lunches at Banksii, endless cava and sangria at Born by Tapavino and a $59 four-course feast (with bottomless spritz jugs) at The Butcher's Block. And that's to name just a few.

And Barangaroo's ongoing transformation isn't finished yet. Once the development is complete (estimated to be around 2025), Watermans Cove will form part of a 14-kilometre continuous foreshore and urban walking route, which will begin at Garden Island in Woolloomooloo and extend all the way to the Sydney Fish Market in Pyrmont — which is also due for its own major upgrade come 2024.

Watermans Cove is now open to the public, located along the Barangaroo waterfront. For full details on this month's bottomless celebrations, head to The Streets of Barangaroo website.

Published on October 09, 2020 by Marissa Ciampi
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