Welcome to Australia Square

Australia Square is a metropolis landmark. This magnetic precinct draws people in from all over the CBD—we have restaurants, bars, wellness facilities, public spaces, globally-renowned sculptures and impressive architecture. Enjoy warm nights at Ryan’s Bar, milestones marked at O Bar & Dining or casual meetings with colleagues in the piazza. There’s the iconic Sydney Opera House, the energetic hum of Barangaroo, and the Royal Botanic Gardens within walking distance. 


The experience of Australia Square includes a full calendar of events and activations. From cultural experiences to festive giveaways, this building is alive in the connections it fosters.



An address defined by its unrivalled panoramas, lifestyle and connectivity. Australia Square captures the city's iconic pulse—the sparkling harbour, unique architecture, sundrenched plazas, and its rich history.



Conveniently located for both customers and guests, Australia Square is easily accessible via all modes of transport.



An icon of the Sydney skyline, Internationally renowned Harry Seidler created an iconic CBD precinct with Australia Square. Replacing a city block of 30 different amalgamated old properties, he designed Australia Square which became Sydney’s first skyscraper. The 50-storey circular tower occupies only 25% of the site with a total floor space of 12 times the site area. The remainder of the city block is publicly accessible with usable outdoor space, with trees, a fountain and outdoor restaurants.

Architecture Harry Seidler


Australia Square was the first in Sydney to truly mesh offices with public spaces, art, dining, and retail in one site. Australia Square features specially commissioned art pieces for the public to enjoy. The vibrant and colourful lobby mural by American artist Sol LeWitt was installed in 2004. The building forecourt features “Crossed Blades” by Alexander Calder, it is an abstract steel sculpture situated on the corner of George & Bond Street. The sculpture in our piazza is titled 'Waiting' by John Johnson II (born 1930).


Australia Square acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as Traditional Custodians of this land, and recognises their ongoing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to the First Australians, and their Elders past, present and emerging. Australia Square proudly sits on the land of the Gadigal People who are one of 29 clan groups that are identified collectively as the Eora Nation. The Eora Nation is now known as the Sydney metropolitan region.

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