How to get to the fair.
Barangaroo is just minutes from Wynyard Station via Wynyard Walk. The new tunnel links with the Sussex St Bridge and the Napoleon Bridge, providing a quick and safe route to Sydney’s newest commercial district as well as the Reserve. And now there’s Barangaroo Wharf with ferries dropping you right at the restaurants on Wulugul Walk.
In addition to the amenities within The Cutaway, other toilet facilities, including two ambulant and one accessible cubicle, are located near the Towns Place entrance.
Wynyard and Circular Quay are both approximately 1.1km. Travel via Wynyard is a little quicker, and involves using Wynyard Walk tunnel. The tunnel exits at Napoleon Plaza, which connects to the lift at Sussex Street Bridge. You can reach Hickson Road via the lift.
Tactile Ground Surface Indicators and curb ramps are consistent from both locations. Shore lining from Circular Quay is more consistent than from Wynyard for white cane users.
The closest bus stops are in Hickson Road, close to Towns Place, and are serviced by routes 324 and 325, which depart from Town Hall; and route 311, which runs between Central Station and Argyle Street.
Wheelchair users accessing the park from the Towns Place entrance should be aware there is a 30m-long brick/cobbled pathway to navigate before the surface becomes completely smooth.
The Hickson Road entrance to Barangaroo Reserve is recommended if arriving by taxi or being dropped off/picked up by private vehicle.
For more information
For more detailed transport instructions, visit the Cutaway at Barangaroo website.