The Cutaway at Barangaroo Reserve.
The Cutaway is an expansive, below-ground concrete space, located a step away from the CBD with the main pedestrain entrance beneath Stargazer Lawn on Hickson Road. Please see the information below on 'Getting Here' for how to best access the space via public transport, car, bicycle or on foot.
Thursday 24 October 6PM - 10PM
Friday 25 October 1PM - 9PM
Saturday 26 October 11AM - 7PM
Sunday 27 October 10AM - 5PM
ADVANCED PRICING (prior to 24 October) ON THE DOOR PRICING (from 24-27 October)
Opening Night, Thursday 24 October $25 Opening Night, Thursday 24 October N/A
Adult Ticket (Fri-Sun) $20 Adult Ticket (Fri-Sun) $30
Concessions (Fri-Sun) $15 Concessions (Fri-Sun) $20
Child (Under 16) Free Child (Under 16) Free
Whether you're on foot, cycling or using public transport, Barangaroo is so easy to get to!
Wilson Parking operates a public car park with 300 spaces beneath Barangaroo Reserve including eight accessible parking spaces on level B1. The car park entrance and exit is via Towns Place and it operates between 6:00am - midnight, seven days per week. Please find more information or book online here
From Wynyard Station, follow the signs to Exit 4 and take the Wynyard Walk tunnel. Exit at Napoleon Plaza. Your journey to Barangaroo Reserve from this point is signposted. Further instructions here
From Circular Quay Station, the most direct route is to walk past the front of the Museum of Contemporary Art, then turn left up Argyle Street and through the Argyle Cut, past the Lord Nelson Hotel and the Palisade Hotels, then enter the Reserve via either Munn Street or Bettington Street. This walk is approximately 1km and is fully accessible, with a short incline up through the Argyle Cut. Further instructions here
The closest stations to Barangaroo Reserve are Circular Quay and Wynyard. You can then follow the walking directions above.
From Town Hall: Bus routes 311, 324 and 325 go direct to Barangaroo Reserve.
From Watsons Bay: Take the 324 and 325 to Barangaroo.
From Millers Point: The 311 stops at Hickson Road, providing access to Barangaroo.
Barangaroo Reserve has a wealth of new shared cycleways. Cyclists are advised to use existing Sydney cycleways to enter the Reserve at Towns Place or the Hickson Road entrance near Nawi Cove.
Please note that shared pathways are temporarily reduced in width, and cyclists are asked to dismount around Nawi Cove.
Cyclists coming across the Sydney Harbour Bridge should leave at the Argyle Street ramp. Cycle racks are located at Towns Place and Nawi Cove.
For visitors with accessibility requirements please visit here.