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Need more info - How old is battery? can you jump start? etc. If you can jump start it, take it to a local parts store like Autozone, Advance, etc and have them test your charging system and battery. Note if battery went dead, you're going to need your code to re-activate your factory radio.
Some radios have an antitheft feature bulit in. When the power is disconnected (like in replacing a battery or if the radio was stolen from a car) then you have to enter a code to activate it. Call the dealer and ask if they can help you with the code and proceedures. Your owner's manual should have the proceedure listed in it but the code should have been in the papers that cae with your car when it was new. Again the dealer is your best bet. They will need your vehicle VIN and maybe even the radio serial number.
I dont know if holden barina uses the same stereo as a US GM vehicle, but if it is a delco stereo (same as US models) then any gm dealer can retrieve the scrambled code and call their automated system to get the unscrambled unlock code. Just make sure if they do this for you to have them disable the theftlock system. With theftlock disabled a dead battery will not cause you any further problem. Hope this helps.