Nicely developed area.. Great to wander round and see the harbour... plenty to see and easy reach from circular quay...
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The Rocks is always regarding as like 'ohhh' in Sydney, but it's really just... pleasant. It's not quite the CBD and has lots of history. It's a lovely little walk around.
This is the oldest part of Sydney and makes for interesting walking, sightseeing and visiting the many speciality shops. The easiest way to get here is by bus or train to Circular Quay.
The Rocks was a fun place to walk around and explore. Lots of restaurants and shops to pick from. We enjoyed the weekly Rocks Market during the spring/summer time. Very easy to get to from Circular Quay. Easy place to recommend with lots of history.
Steeped in history from a European settlement perspective The Rocks has lots of interesting nooks and crannies and plenty of places to eat, drink and soak in the views and history of the place.
We went here on a Saturday afternoon, as it is a street fair. Interesting walk around the neighborhood, checking out all the different vendors , wares and buildings. The weather was perfect, making our adventure more enjoyable. There were many different eateries to choose from....More
Extremely easy to use, called to arrange for same day service (pick up/drop off) at hotel for following day. They wash a dark and light load, dry, nicely fold and pair up socks together. Since I was travelling for work, was able to pay with...More
There is lot of history to see. Old colourful colonial era buildings that were solidy built.Sandstone streets with Pubs,Shops and restaurants. Just a hop from the Circular Quay
A slum area of Sydney and where many convicts lived upon arrival in Australia , still some old buildings have survived but with modern shopping and resturants its a great place to spend a day
The Rocks never ceases to amaze us, every time we visit we learn something new about our history, What they have done to develop the area but keep it in its original form as much as possible, is fantastic, you can imagine being back in...More