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Barangaroo Ferry Hub

Barangaroo Ferry Hub
The Barangaroo Ferry Hub will serve Sydney’s newest commercial district and provide increased capacity for ferry services to meet future demand.

"The Barangaroo Ferry Hub will serve Sydney’s newest commercial district and provide increased capacity for ferry services to meet future demand.
The new ferry hub will provide berthing space for additional ferry services from the Parramatta River, as well as direct access to and from the Eastern Suburbs and lower North Shore. " - NSW Government - Transport for NSW Find out more.
3S Lighting has been selected by the designers to manufacture linear LED luminaires as the main lighting product recessed into the Ferry Hub canopies to light up the wharves and connecting ramps.
Project is to be completed by the end of 2016 and we look forward sharing with you installation images and product details.
Lighting design: Aurecon
Lighting installation: New Era Group

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