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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
If you're going about Sydney chances are you ending up here at some point. Either using it as a transfer to or from the ferries or hopping on to get around to the city or surrounding suburbs. They do a great job here and the...More
Despite Circular Quay being a very busy area and a major transport link for ferries, trains and buses, in daily visits throughout our six day stay in Sydney, we never encountered any instances of rudeness, bad language or threatening behaviour which was refreshing to experience....More
It's next to the Opera House, the Botanical Garden. You will find the ferries to go to Taronga Zoo, to Mainly and so here. There's always people going on and off of it. So it's really one of the place to go, have a drink,...More
Ships have been loading/unloading cargo here since Sydney was first populated. These days the cargo is human but the hustle and bustle of history lives on.
There are eateries a’plenty, wall to wall people and the activity of ferries constantly arriving and departing. I love...More
The gateway to some of the best parts of Sydney....... over to Manly, out the Watson's Bay, Taronga Zoo, Kirribill. Simply hop on on of Sydney's classic historial ferry's and while away the day in one of Sydney's best spots......... Manly...... why not grab a...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
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.