Women's World Cup Soccer
The Streets of Barangaroo welcomes World Cup Soccer fans! As cultures unite for the World's favourite sport, explore the global cuisines of your favourite teams - including Italian, Spanish and chines, before heading down to Waterman’s Cove to check out ‘footsteps of passion' - a celebration of all things soccer including interactive soccer games as well as a giant foot and ball centre piece Throughout the tournament, Barangaroo will also be home to FIFA Women’s World Cup™ Unity Pitch - a multicoloured football pitch that celebrates the coming together of the 32 nations participating in the FIFA Women’s World Cup . Open from 12-7pm daily between 20 July-20 August the pitch will be available for use by the public. So gather your teammates, colleagues or friends and head down to the pitch to show off your skills.
WHERE TO EAT
Feast on Italian Classics, morning, noon and night! Bottega Coco’s menu will captivate your tastebuds with their traditional Italian dishes and tapestry of delectable pastries.
Taking their culinary cues from the Mediterranean coast and kitchens of El Born in Barcelona, Born Tapavino dishes up your fave Spanish classics including, tapas, charcuterie and paella
Winghaus are putting an international spin on their German fried chicken wings – offering 10 internationally inspired wing flavours for the duration of the Women’s World Cup.
Enjoy a unique dining experience that fuses authentic Chinese food with local flavours, served in a contemporary Australian setting.
There’s nothing more Australian than enjoying seafood by the water, and Love.fish invites you to do just that. Choose from a menu filled with fresh local seafood including Sydney Rock Oysters, King prawn cocktails and chargrilled octopus as well as winter warming dishes such as fish curries and homemade chowder.
Head on a hyper-real journey across Australia’s mountain peaks, verdant valleys and more.
Expect sustainable cocktails, a custom menu by Head Chef Tara Chua centred on the natural world, and projections that highlight rewilding conservation efforts.
A vibrant fever of 11 eagle rays have made their home in the canopy of Exchange Square, marking the historic tideline of Sydney Harbour.
Created by the Ghost Net Collective the rays are hand-stitched and woven from abandoned fishing nets recovered from our oceans.