A new feature introduced to 262 Liverpool Street in the recent renovation work has been a set of public art gates designed by Barkandji Elder Uncle Badger Bates in collaboration with artisan blacksmith Matt Mewburn. The gates retell the Dreaming story of the seven sisters, one of the most widely distributed ancient songlines across Aboriginal Australia. The story relates to a star cluster known as the Pleiades, in the constellation Taurus. It tells the tale of seven sisters fleeing from a man who wanted one of the sisters for his wife, even though it was forbidden under traditional law due to their respective skin groups. In an effort to escape, the sisters leapt into the sky to become stars, only for the man to jump after them, constantly following them as a solitary star behind the seven during their journey across the night sky.