From past to the present, Barangaroo is a place of spiritual and cultural significance. Join the tour, be a part of the story.
For better posture, body tone and a bit of fun, come and workout with Roisin in our Pilates-inspired “Body Tone Thursdays” - love yourself a bit more.
Mother Nature has graced The Streets of Barangaroo with the arrival of BLOOM - a ‘pop up art garden’ that has sprung to life across our city landscape.
Find out interesting facts about some of the plants that are blooming at Barangaroo Reserve this spring.
On Thursday 11th November, we support Australian veterans and their families. A Defence Force Bugler will play The Last Post.
Lockdown is easing and summer is ahead, what better time to act for better wellbeing? Free Yoga, Pilates & Boot Camp are back at International Towers.
As Sydney slowly emerges from more than 100 days in lockdown, some of us will return to ‘normal’ life with new healthy habits and feeling good.
But many of us have really struggled to maintain good health with the isolation of working from home, and the extra stress on family life. Many of us have been eating and drinking more and taking less exercise, which may be enjoyable but is not sustainable in the long term.
So, in tandem with lockdown restrictions easing, International Towers is thrilled to announce the return of our weekly program of Wellness Classes – free for all community members – beginning Tuesday 19th October on Level 3 in Tower Three.
And if you are still working from home, you can join in through Zoom.
Your weekly wellbeing program:
Tuesdays @ 12:00pm - 12:45pm: Yoga
Wednesday @ 12:00pm - 12:45pm: Bootcamp
Thursdays @ 12:00pm - 12:45pm: Pilates
Space is limited, please reserve your spot in advance via the Partner Portal.
Please note the new conditions of onsite participation, including the requirement to wear a mask and show proof of double COVID-19 vaccination or approved exemption before commencing each class.
*Classes will also be available for live streaming via Zoom. Simply log into the Partner Portal and join via the link provided. Please note the link is only active once the class commences.
Dynamic, empowering ‘Gentle’ or ‘Power’ Yoga on alternate Tuesdays - every skill level welcome.
If you want to work on your body shape, build those tummy abs, load your guns or focus on core whole-body strength, join our ‘Pump-it Wednesday’ bootcamps.
Give Dad a Father's Day feast from Lotus, one of Barangaroo's best - here's a chance to win one of two $250 vouchers
What is the Shelley Street Public Domain Works project?
National Reconciliation Week Closing Event
Push for better mental health
Reconciliation events at International Towers
Caring for Country - 2020 Finalists Exhibition
Win one of two $250 Barangaroo House vouchers
First-ever Earth Hour "Virtual Spotlight"
In partnership with Two Good Co. and The Bread and Butter Project
Creative female artists performing to celebrate International Women's Day
Transform is the Green Building Council of Australia's flagship event for sustainability in the built environment.
In celebration of Mardi Gras Festival
Complimentary bicycle tune-ups for everyone at the Towers - don't miss 'The Rolling Fix' on the first Wednesday of each month, between 7.30 and 10am.
Reconciliation NSW Schools Reconciliation Challenge 2019
Celebrating the Year of Welcome
Inviting all registered Australian architects
Celebrating Reconciliation Week at International Towers
The significance of Self Care to your Mental Health
Join the exclusive screening of 2040 film online with Interface and GBCA
Mindfulness, pilates, yoga and bootcamp sessions online
Trailblazers and creatives who believe in ethical businesses and value-driven brands with a sustainable, purpose-driven approach
An equal world is an enabled world
Female artists performing in our lobbies
Take part and #switchoff to raise your voice for nature
A festival for discovering mind blowing work by emerging artists
By Katie Lavidge, International Towers Wellness Partner
We all know by now the many benefits of mindfulness and how it can lower stress, increase happiness and make you an over-all better version of yourself. So why is it that so many people still don’t practice mindfulness on a daily basis? Simple, the rational brain is separate from the habitual brain. Rationally, we get it and know that practicing mindfulness on a regular basis will help in all aspects of our life. However, we are creatures of habit and if we don’t have the proper support systems in place to establish a new habit, odds are we won’t change… even if we know how good it is for us.
Colour The Streets returns to Barangaroo with a colourful program of events to celebrate queer culture and this year’s Mardi Gras theme ‘What Matters’
Sydney Conservatorium of Music performing at International Towers
In support of Bear Cottage
An Immersive Installation
The Future is Accessible
A tribute to Indigenous creativity
Have a chat and make new friends 'Over a Cuppa'
Sydney’s best buildings
Show your support for Australian veterans and their families
Design excellence in Australia
Help make sure that no young person goes through their cancer journey alone
It's book club but not as you know it.
Complimentary service in Tower Three - currently closed
30 places only! Be quick to secure yours
Could this be the most perfect way to end a busy day?
The physical benefits of yoga are well documented: increased flexibility, increased muscle tone, improved respiration and circulation.
9 to 13 September
Wellness is a fundamental attribute of the International Towers community. It’s at the heart of everything we are and everything we do. Our buildings and workplaces are internationally recognised as amongst the healthiest in the world, and many of our partnerships and community initiatives are designed to promote wellbeing and sustainability for people, places and our environment.
Exclusive discount for the International Towers Community
We are proudly hosting this years FRONT.design where you can connect with key decision makers in architecture, design, business end-users, property and real estate at this two-day event.
Do you sing in the shower or the car? Do you whistle while you work?
Singing as a group has been proven time and again to be good for you - studies have shown that group singing boosts oxytocin levels, which help control stress and anxiety. There's nothing better than coming together in the middle of a busy day with other people to share the joy of singing.
Our luminous tribute to inclusion
International Towers were lit up in rainbow colours in early March in support of the Mardi Gras parade - reflecting the Barangaroo community's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
We joined the movement on 10th December 2018, to mark the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
International Towers joined the global movement on Monday, December 10 2018 to mark the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Partnered with TransferWise to showcase inspirational stories of new Australians
International Towers’ culture of diversity and inclusion was showcased in the lobbies of Tower Two and Tower Three, coming to life through the poignant “Faces of Australia” exhibition.
International Towers hosted the mali dharngurr photographic exhibition
In recognition of this year’s National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee (NAIDOC) Week theme ‘Because of her we can’, we’re proud to have exhibited the unique work of renowned Indigenous storyteller, A.Professor Wayne Quilliam, who has travelled Australia to document the life stories of inspirational Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.
Indigenous musical performances in our lobbies
In celebration of NAIDOC Week we enjoyed a series of Indigenous musical performances in our lobbies.
In support of National Reconciliation Week 27 May to 3 June
We proudly collaborated with ANTaR to produce ‘Sea of Hands’ displays in honour of Reconciliation Week 2018.
For an evening of music, design and storytelling
It was in early 2015 when Tim Ross found himself at a house party of a famous architect. That 'famous architect' turned out to be Lord Richard Rogers of Roger Stirk Harbour + Partners, the master mind behind the design of International Towers.