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Barangaroo is turning it up this year for VIVID Sydney

Barangaroo is Sydney’s latest and great development, which is said to churn billions through the coffers of the city and really up the ante of what Sydney itself has to offer in terms of hospitality. There have been heaps of new restaurants and establishments open their doors in the new development over the past months and now with the annual VIVID Sydney celebration almost here again, they’re turning it on to impress the thousands of people who will pass through the quadrant.

A large selection of VIVID Sydney-inspired food, drinks and activities have been curated at a variety of price points to ensure everyone is well fed and entertained while exploring southern end of Barangaroo . Keep an eye out for the tea that changes colour, and glow-in-the-dark hair spray and face painting.

  • Devon Café goes psychedelic with Purple Haze sundae, an electric purple ube (purple yam) soft serve with leche flan and taro.

  • Oh! Boo Chocolates keeps the whole family happy with raspberry and cola chocolate bars,vibrant handmade chocolate lollipops for the kids and coconut with citrus zest and blue curaçao liqueur chocolates for the adults.

  • At Ume Burger, Kerby Craig creates a wicked Vivid Sydney Burger with signature house-made wagyu mince sauce, fries with umami salt, spicy special sauce, tomato, onion, beef patty and cheese.

  • Glowing cocktails are on the menu at Banksii’s Belvedere light bar and Untied’s winter-themed pop-up rooftop bar. Be sure to try the Basil Dazzle and Vivid Spritz.

 

  • DJs hit the decks as the sun sets at Untied’s weekly Vivid Sydney rooftop parties Thursdays from 4-9pm.

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  • Walk under the twinkling lights of Wulugul Walk’s bustling waterfront and sample a variety of takeaway international cuisine including paella from love.fish, mezes from Anason and bao from Lotus.

Vivid Sydney will light up the southern end of Barangaroo from 6pm – 11pm every evening from Friday 26 May – Saturday 17 June. Visitors wanting to start their Barangaroo experience early can take a free 30 minute guided tour at 4.00pm, 4.45pm, 5.30pm, throughout the festival.

The southern end of Barangaroo is best accessed from Wynyard Station via Wynyard Walk, or is a short stroll from King Street Wharf and the Darling Harbour ferry stop.

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