The Cutaway at Barangaroo Reserve.
The Cutaway is an expansive, partially open-air, below-ground space, located a step away from the CBD with the main pedestrian entrance beneath Stargazer Lawn on Hickson Road. Please see the information below on ‘Getting Here’ for how to best access the space via public transport, car, bicycle or on foot.
OPENING NIGHT (Thursday)
- First access to our 130 exhibiting artists & ‘first dibs’ on their sought-after artworks
- Re-entry Friday – Sunday (re-entry tickets issued at Welcome Desk)
$35 – ADVANCED
ends 10 May at 11:59 pm AEDT
$40 – ON-SITE
GENERAL ADMISSION (Fri- Sun)
$15 – EARLY BIRD
ends 12 April 11:59 pm AEDT
$21 – ADVANCE
ends 10 May at 11:59 pm AEDT
$30 – ON-SITE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
In advance of booking your tickets or arriving at The Other Art Fair Sydney, please ensure you familiarise yourself with our Frequently Asked Questions.
Whether you’re on foot, cycling or using public transport, Barangaroo is so easy to get to!
CarePark operates a public car park with 300 spaces beneath Barangaroo Reserve including eight accessible parking spaces on level B1. The car park entrance and exit is via Towns Place and it operates between 6:00am – midnight, seven days per week.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT / WALKING
From Wynyard Station, follow the signs to Exit 4 and take the Wynyard Walk tunnel. Exit at Napoleon Plaza. Your journey to Barangaroo Reserve from this point is signposted.
You can opt to either take Wynyard Walk or Napoleon bridge across to Barangaroo South where you’ll be able to walk west toward the waterfront. Once you reach the waterfront, head north on Wulugul Walk along the foreshore to Barangaroo Reserve. This walk is approximately 1.1km long from the Wynyard Station Exit.
Hickson Road footpath is currently closed to pedestrians between High Steps and beneath Munn Street bridge. This is to allow concrete finishing work to continue in the Barangaroo Metro Station box. Pedestrians are encouraged to detour via Barangaroo foreshore promenade (Wulugul Walk) or via High Street.
From Circular Quay Station
There are two options if walking to the Reserve from Circular Quay. The most direct route is to walk past the front of the Museum of Contemporary Art, then turn left up Argyle Street and through the Argyle Cut, past the Lord Nelson Hotel and the Palisade Hotels, then enter the Reserve via either Munn Street or Bettington Street. This walk is approximately 1km and is fully accessible, with a short incline up through the Argyle Cut.
For a more scenic route, follow the waterfront walk from Circular Quay, past the Overseas Passenger Terminal, Campbell’s Cove, under the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Walsh Bay and enter the Reserve at Towns Place. This walk is approximately 1.9km and is flat, fully accessible and offers wonderful harbour views.
Both routes will bring you to the Barangaroo Reserve where you will find signs directing you to the event.
The closest stations to Barangaroo Reserve are Circular Quay and Wynyard (via Exit 4). You can then follow the walking directions above.
Three bus routes – 311, 324 and 325 – provide visitors arriving at Town Hall the opportunity of a direct bus to Barangaroo Reserve.
The 324 and 325 from Watsons Bay serve Barangaroo and end at Walsh Bay. The 311 to and from Millers Point serves Hickson Road, providing access to Barangaroo.
Find further information on buses here.
Arriving by ferry into Barangaroo Wharf offers visitors a spectacular view of the precinct. The wharf is immediately adjacent to the Barangaroo waterfront dining precinct. The F3 and F4 services stop here. It is a 10-minute walk north to Barangaroo Reserve.
If arriving at Circular Quay, you can then walk to Barangaroo Reserve, following the walking directions above.
Find ferry information here.
The best taxi drop off points are Towns Place and Argyle Place.
The Hickson Road/Nawi Cove entrance is temporarily inaccessible by taxi.
For visitors with accessibility requirements please visit here.