Named after the Cammeraygal leader and wife of Wangal man Bennelong, Barangaroo is known for both its cultural heritage and as a sprawling precinct nestled between Sydney Harbour and the city.
It's also home to Barangaroo Reserve: a six-hectare swathe of rolling parklands brimming with Australian natives, meandering trails, dreamy harbour views and plenty of space to plant your vaxxed bums for a picnic.
It's close to Wynyard Station and, if you haven't packed a picnic basket, Barangaroo's southern end is conveniently home to much-loved Sydney eateries like Belles Hot Chicken, Bourke Street Bakery, Ume Burger and Rivareno Gelato, all of which are currently offering takeaway options for your al fresco snack needs.
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