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The significance of Self Care to your Mental Health
Mindfulness, pilates, yoga and bootcamp sessions online
Enjoy a free shoe shine, compliments of International Towers
Let's move together for Cerebral Palsy
Successful entries will receive a custom-designed tote bag
Turn any obstacle into an opportunity
Reconciliation NSW Schools Reconciliation Challenge 2019
We're opening the doors to two possible futures. Which one will you choose?
This unique exhibition developed by the City of Sydney under its ‘Better Buildings Cup’ program takes a very creative and imaginative approach to presenting us with a peek into our possible future based on the actions we take today.
Tickets are now on sale with only 10,000 being issued
Barangaroo Reserve is one of Sydney’s largest vantage points to celebrate New Year’s Eve, with superb panoramic views of the western face of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Tickets are now on sale with only 10,000 being issued.
Come and meet our WOW Chaplaincy
In celebration of RUOK? day, International Towers would like to welcome you to come and meet our WOW Chaplaincy - it's not about religion. Chaplaincy is a very old skill that triage's people's needs, be they in a crisis or just needing someone to talk with.
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.
With the help of Adjunct professors from Stanford University’s d.school
In collaboration with Lendlease, International Towers will proudly host an exclusive ‘hackathon’, where members of our community have an opportunity to learn from world experts and help solve a very real problem.
Help save the planet, one disposable coffee cup at a time.
As one of the world’s most sustainable workplaces, in one of Australia’s most sustainable neighbourhoods, International Towers is actively encouraging our community of workers and visitors to play a part in helping make our precinct waste-free.
Supporting and empowering young rainbow people
We're going purple! International Towers will proudly be glowing purple from 26 August to 1 September in support of rainbow young people, reaffirming our commitment to respecting diversity and social equality.
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.
Exclusive offer for our International Towers communityTo celebrate Plastic-Free July, and to help raise awareness of the many issues plastic waste is causing our sea life, oceans and environment, we’ve commissioned a series of six illustrations of local sea life currently under threat from oceanic pollution.
Visit our stunning Indigenous themed installations across our lobbies this week
Bábbarra Women’s Centre enables local women to develop and run women-centred enterprises that support healthy and sustainable livelihoods.
NAIDOC Week 2019
The Streets of Barangaroo will be hosting a smoking ceremony at Exchange Place outside Wild Sage at 12:30pm on Tuesday 9th July, in recognition of NAIDOC Week.
Exclusive International Towers Preview
As part of our NAIDOC Week celebrations, we are pleased to unveil a preview of 'Wellama' across International Towers this week. Wellama, meaning to 'come back' in the Sydney language, is a contemporary re-imagining of a Welcome to Country to Gadigal Country.
Emerging artists perform in our foyers
To celebrate NAIDOC Week with our community, International Towers has partnered with emerging artists to perform in the foyers of Towers Two, Tower Three, and International House.
How can we help progress it?
Born out of the largest consultation process of its kind, the Uluru Statement from the Heart is a historic document that outlines the path to recognising Indigenous Australians in the nation's constitution.
Brought to you by Big hART
Skateboarders, musicians, digital artists and Big hART's creative team invite you to experience our ground-breaking new performance piece SKATE, which has been developed at the Cutaway over six months.
Indigenous artwork by Alison Page and Nik Lachajczak unveiled at Barangaroo Reserve
Congratulations Barangaroo Delivery Authority for unveiling a spectacular new artwork at Barangaroo Reserve during Reconciliation Week.
Supporting Cancer Council Australia
Please join the International Towers community for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea. Help us support Cancer Council Australia's research services for those affected by cancer. Our community is proudly working together to host the event with the aim of raising $3,000.
Indigenous Community Engagement
We were honoured to host a VIP experience for Indigenous students from Gawura and St Andrew's Cathedral School on Tuesday, 7th May – taking them on an educational tour of our underground operations and experiencing the unique views from the 22nd floor of Tower Three.
Unveiling a collaboration with Reconciliation NSW
As we celebrate National Reconciliation Week, International Towers is delighted to unveil a collaboration with Reconciliation NSW, showcasing the artistic talent of school children and their interpretation of reconciliation.
One small step today – a huge win for our planet tomorrow.
At International Towers, we are committed to supporting climate action and have joined millions of people in over 190 countries for Earth Hour 2019.
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.
The impact of the built environment on the success of organisations and their people
It was our privilege to have hosted the launch of a world-first white paper into the impact of the built environment on the success of organisations and their people.
Amplify the national conversation on climate change. Together our voices create change.
From the national treasure of the Great Barrier Reef, to our iconic koala in the forest, to the much-loved penguins of Antarctica - our unique wildlife and the natural places we love face a perilous future if we don’t step up to protect our planet (and our home!) from the impacts of climate change.
City of Sydney and International Towers Hosted Networking Lunch with StartCon Speakers
29th November 2017, Sydney AUSTRALIA: Australia’s emerging business leaders and entrepreneurs shared ideas and experiences at a networking event with 20 of the world’s leading international entrepreneurs at International Towers, Barangaroo on Thursday, 29 November, as part of the City of Sydney’s visiting entrepreneur program, in partnership with StartCon.
The Listening Ground Exhibition
200 Women: The Listening Ground exhibition was held at the famous Sydney Opera House, designed to highlight diversity and equality through the stories of 200 women from around the world.
by International Towers
StartCon, International Towers, and the City of Sydney came together to create a truly unique experience that brought together high-profile international visitors, government, corporates and the local tech ecosystem, for a lunch-time gathering at a stunning Barangaroo location.
Tipping the Balance: Indigenous Female Founders
Free panel discussion event with talented Indigenous women building purpose-led businesses.
Art exhibition - Parenting Swedish Style
Sweden has one of the world’s most generous parental leave schemes in the world, with the government providing the funding for parents to stay home with their children for the first 480 days. 90 of those days are reserved for each parent.
This was one of the most anticipated events in the Sydney art scene. Curated by Sydney Contemporary, a series of art installations and a program of performance artists occupied our public spaces from August 28 to September 22.
Conservatorium came to us this Christmas
As part of the International Towers cultural partnership with Sydney Conservatorium of Music, we have filled our lobbies with the sounds of Christmas and cult classics, performed by some local budding professional musicians.
A chance for women to engage and network with industry leaders
Vogue Codes is a unique annual event, aimed to encourage women to be empowered by technology. Working in partnership with Westpac and Telstra, the innovative fashion house started the event in 2016 in an effort to see more women pursue careers in tech-related industries and be the creators of the digital future.
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.