Sea of Hands at Barangaroo
Join thousands of Sydneysiders as they put their hand up for reconciliation at Barangaroo Reserve during National Reconciliation Week.
Opening Night Concert
Special Guest performances by Casey Donovan and Christine Anu with MC Luke Carroll
Date: Friday May 27
Venue: Walumil Lawns Barangaroo Reserve
Time: 5.00pm - 8.30pm
Aboriginal Food stalls available for opening night concert
Access: Barangaroo Reserve is a place for everyone and is accessible to all visitors, of all ages, including those with additional mobility requirements
Wulugul Walk, is relatively level and is 3.8m wide. At the northern end, Wulugul Walk provides stair-free access to the Waranara Terrace and the Stargazer Lawn. Lifts connect all levels to the carpark.
Barangaroo and the Sea of Hands installation artwork
Barangaroo was a powerful Cammeraygal woman, a key figure in local Aboriginal culture and community in the late 1700s and the wife of Wangal man, Woollarawarre Bennelong.
Inspired by historical portraits depicting Eora men, including Bennelong, adorned in customary markings, the designs for the Sea of Hands installation will include 16,000 hands in the colours of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Flags. Come and plant a hand for reconciliation as this extraordinatry installation evolves during the week.