Getting Around


Whether you’re on foot, cycling or using public transport, One International Towers is simple to navigate. Find your way with ease.



We’re here to help make your experience of getting around the Barangaroo neighbourhood easy and effortless. Our central location means using public transport is a breeze. Explore the retail and dining experiences on offer, in addition to Sydney’s new landmark waterfront destination, Barangaroo Reserve.

Driving is an option with several paid car parks located nearby, although Barangaroo was built with the ease of commuting via public transport in mind. Prefer to cycle? The One International Towers End of Trip facilities are available to all tenants, with easily accessible bicycle parking.


Visitors to Barangaroo’s retail and dining precinct don’t have to worry about traffic or busy roads to get from Point A to Point B. This neighbourhood was made with pedestrians in mind. From Wynyard Station, follow the signs to Exit 4 and take the Wynyard Walk tunnel. Turn right as you exit the Wynyard Walk tunnel, and walk across Napoleon Bridge. Take the escalator down to arrive at One International Towers.


Barangaroo is connected to the Sydney Cycleways network, which is a great way to stay fit and feel safer while commuting to work. Get inspired with CBD cycling here.


The closest train station to Barangaroo is Wynyard Station. Only a four-minute walk to the precinct, you’ll simply cross Sussex Street Bridge. You can’t miss our dazzling towers and the sound of the waterfront. Take the escalator or lift down to arrive on the street front.

Find more train information here.


The city byways and highways have you connected in more ways than one to Barangaroo. Routes 252, 254, 261, 288, 290 and 292 serve King Street Wharf. Get more details about bus routes here.


For those who prefer to feel the sea breeze during their commute, the Barangaroo Wharf opened for commuters on 26 June 2017. The F3 and F4 services stop here. Connect to ferry information here.

Car Services

There are taxi ranks located on Shelley St, Watermans Quay and Hickson Road, as well as and alongside Tower Two.

Tenants of Tower 1 can access discounted rates for GoGet, via WorkLife. 

Water Taxi

For that extra bit of luxe and speed to and from your destination, water taxis are permitted to drop and pick up passengers at King Street Wharf.


Wilson Carpark is located a 3-minute walk away from One International Towers – access via Napoleon St.