Sydney’s Newest Rooftop Bar, Sky Terrace at The Star, Opens for Festival Season

By The Star Sydney, 17 October, 2013

The Star, Sydney’s premier events and entertainment destination, will launch the city’s newest rooftop bar, Sky Terrace, on 1 November 2013.


Sky Terrace takes advantage of the expansive views over Sydney Harbour and the city skyline from the balcony of the state of the art Event Centre, atop Sydney’s only integrated resort, The Star.


Sky Terrace will open every Friday and Saturday evening from 1 November 2013 until Sydney Festival kicks off on 9 January 2014 when it will open every evening.


It will feature a variety of pop up food stations serving Wagyu Beef Sliders, Chicken Satay, Southern BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches, vegetarian options and Movenpick ice cream. A contemporary beverage menu has been designed, and The Star is offering guests one free drink upon arrival, including house wine, beer, spirit or soft drink.


The Star will also provide free transfers from the CBD on Friday nights.


As a proud sponsor and principal partner of Sydney Festival, The Star’s Sky Terrace will be the official Festival Bar for the 2014 Sydney Festival season, 9 – 26 January 2014. Defining Sydney’s personality for over three decades, Sydney Festival enlivens and transforms Sydney with a bold cultural celebration. As the official Festival Bar, Sky Terrace will feature a range of events and entertainment throughout the season.


Frederic Luvisutto, Managing Director, The Star, is proud to launch Sky Terrace to Sydney.

“We are thrilled to announce the opening of a new nightlife experience for Sydneysiders and visitors alike. Sky Terrace is designed to showcase Sydney at its best, making the most of our impressive city, right on the foreshore of iconic Sydney Harbour.


“As the principal partner of Sydney Festival, we are delighted to be hosting a variety of events throughout this celebration of Sydney, from one of the city’s best vantage points.”


In addition, Sky Terrace will be available for private hire upon application, outside of Festival Season. 

Source: Zadro Communications for The Star