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Soak Up The Weekend Sunshine And Water Views At Barangaroo’s Sparkly New Harbour Cove

By Sammy Preston
2nd Oct 2020

A view of Watermans Cove in Barangaroo on a sunny day.

Barangaroo has a brand new jewel in its sparkly crown. Watermans Cove has just been completed—a stunning, crescent-shaped boardwalk that adds around 11,000 square metres of fresh outdoor space to this picture-perfect waterside spot (that’s about 22 basketball courts’ worth).

It’s perfect for harbourside strolling or lounging after you fill up at one of the foreshore’s awesome waterfront restaurants. With the weather warming up and outdoor dining being a major mood in 2020, we reckon the timing couldn’t be better.

Eventually, the new cove will be a part of a pretty 14km continuous urban walking route that will take in Garden Island, Woolloomooloo, and the Pyrmont fish markets.  

To celebrate the opening of Watermans Cove, a bunch of Barangaroo restaurants and bars are chiming in with bottomless deals all throughout October (speaking our language, obviously). 

On Saturdays, head to Untied rooftop for a Southern-style brunch with two hours of bottomless cocktails. If you're a Pinot person (Grigio or Noir), hit up love.fish Barangaroo for selection of the chef’s favourite dishes alongside free-flowing Victoria’s King Valley Pinot Noir or Pinot Grigio wine. Banksii is doing bottomless rose lunches for $79pp, and The Butcher's Block has bottomless spritz jugs and a four-course set menu for just $59. 

Vibing something sweet with all that springtime sun? You absolutely need to try Devon Cafe's new Lotus Biscoff salted caramel sundae—it's made with salted caramel soft serve, salted butterscotch, Lotus Biscoff crumble, cornflakes, and caramelised banana. 

More details are here

We're hosting Australia's largest virtual dinner party this month. Read all about it, and get your tickets, right here

Image credit: Lendlease 

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