Barangaroo House

The beautifully designed Barangaroo House is full of delicious delights. The architectural gem, with charcoaled timber on the splendid curved exterior and flowing native gardens on three levels, is on the waterfront promenade at Barangaroo, on the edge of the shimmering blue Sydney Harbour.

The interior of the award-winning building is both striking and elegant, creating the perfect balance for three delightful places to eat and drink – the House Bar, Bea and Smoke – in the heart of Sydney. The House Bar is a cheerful oasis, with a beer garden, for locals, workers, sightseers and travellers.

Bea is a quality restaurant, with a relaxed charm. You’ll savour mouth-watering cuisine, fine wines and lovely views. You walk up a sculptural wooden staircase to get to Bea, on level one. And Smoke is an enchanting rooftop bar, where the stylish interior seamlessly joins a sweeping outdoor deck.

Getting to Barangaroo House is easy by public transport. By train you alight at Wynyard Station for the connecting pedestrian walkway to Barangaroo. Or hop a ferry at Circular Quay and glide under the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Barangaroo Wharf. You can also walk from nearby Darling Harbour.

Nearby events

  1. Fashions of Multicultural Australia

    Friday 01 March 2019 , Barangaroo

    Fashion is a common denominator among all cultures and a catalyst for social cohesion'. Fashions of Multicultural Australia (FOMA) is a first-ever national initiative that will integrate cultures and foster social cohesion through the…

    01 Mar
  2. Vogue Codes Summit

    Friday 21 June 2019 , Barangaroo

    Vogue Australia is hosting the third annual Vogue Codes Summit Sydney at Barangaroo on June 22, complete with an aspirational agenda. This year the topic driving the discussion centres on empowering future female innovation, to encourage…

    21 Jun
  3. Wugulora Indigenous Morning Ceremony

    Event dates to be confirmed: January 2020 , Barangaroo

    Begin your Australia Day by celebrating the world’s oldest surviving culture. Watch as Aboriginal dancers and singers treat the audience to special performances, including the Sydney Festival’s Bayara Choir and the Koomurri Aboriginal…