Central to the ferries, rail, tourist attractions such as The Opera House and Harbour Bridge, tourist buses. Expensive eating.
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Circular Key is the main ferry terminal and offers transfers to practically all our of the attractions in and around Sydney. As with all such interchanges, it has cafes etc but is busy and tends to be a bit scruffy. Additionally it is very close...More
I love this area. Steps to the iconic Sydney Opera House and home of many great restaurants. Shopping. Bars. Ferries to get you almost anywhere you want.
We stayed in the Rocks and thus had Circular Quay on our doorstep. We spent part of every day there, listening to the buskers, riding on the ferries, eating our picnic lunch while watching the Cruise Boats come and go. The water taxis, Captain Cook...More
This is the main place to get a ferry to anywhere in Sydney.very reasonably priced and very frequent. Very safe to travel on..
Action Central on Sydney Harbour . . . as a tourist a must do. Restaurants, art galleries, the Opera House, harbour tours, walkable plus lots of public transportation available.
We passed through Circular Quay while catching various ferries across the harbour. Always a busy place at any time of day or night. Such a central location, with plenty of vantage points to view the glorious harbour, Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Plenty of places...More
Our hotel overlooked Circular Quay and we arrived in time to see the celebration of Australia Day 2018. From our balcony we watched processions of boats sail around, choreographed jet skis, stunning lighting on sail boats, and the most spectacular display of fireworks from pontoons...More
It is - one of the two main harboiurs in Sydney. A lot os sheeps activity from the Wharf plus the famous - Opera house and Sydney bridge makes this place one of Sydnen's main symbols.