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Circular Quay is a colorful port where ferries and cruise ships board and depart, and boat watching can be as good a pastime as people watching. While street performers entertain outside, those wanting a more cultural experience can head into the...more
As we live in the Blue Mountains we stayed in town over night after going to the Opera in one of the Hotels. On our walk to Circular Quay station to catch our respective trains to work, we had to grab a cup of coffee...More
You can get all of the classic photos of Sydney harbor here. Opera house , bridge, etc.
Lots to see and do without big cost.
A ferry ride is cheap and beautiful scenery.
A must visit place in the city.
A fun afternoon...More
This area is what leads you down one way to the Opera House and Botanical Gardens, the other toward the bridge and if you head back into the city to the CBD. It also contains the major ferry terminal for the city as well as...More
After a train ride from Museum Station to Circular Quay, we were overwhelmed by the hive of activities at the Quay area. There were many restaurants, travel companies, signage, leisurely tourists and hurried commuters. On the right of the Quay is the Rock and the...More
From here you can hop on a Ferry to all points of the harbour and up river to Parramatta, a train to anywhere (via Central Station) and city bus links. Being located between the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay is always busy...More
Whether you are wanting to catch a train or a ferry, Circular Quay is the place to go. As visitors to Sydney we arrived there after a short walk from our accommodation and felt a little overwhelmed as to where to go or what to...More
Absolutely spectacular at night, the SHB was stunning with Luna Park as a back drop, the only rival the bridge had was the Opera House which was amazing at night, the availability of restaurants in the area was great, the tram and train trip from...More
The first residents of the Rocks were convicts and sailors from the old nation. As the oldest neighbourhood in the city, the area's cobblestone streets host more than 100 heritage sites and buildings, including the oldest house in Sydney, Camden Cottage, which was built in 1816. Taste a “midi “ or a “schooner” of beer and dine “al fresco” on the waterfront at some of the oldest pubs in Sydney. The
weekend markets at the Rocks are where you can find local artists' hand-made souvenirs, organic food and designer jewelry in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. To enjoy some of the best Australian and international contemporary art, the MCA museum is open every day and select evenings. At the end of a long day of sightseeing, be sure to save energy to dance the night away at the area's many late night entertainment venues.