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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
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A very busy part of Sydney lots of restaurant. Easy walk to opera house lots of shops to buy you're prescent. Easy access to George street for more shops and the same up pitt street and just a short walk to the rocks
We disembarked here on our recent cruise and it's always great to be in Sydney. We were able to walk to the train station which took us about 10mins, jump on a train and straight to the airport. We've done Sydney before and love it....More
It was very near to our hotel and one of the first place we visited. Loved the view of the opera house and Sydney harbour bridge. Lots of eateries to choose from and ferries ride also available. One can also visit the museum there or...More
Circular Quay is where it all happens! Ferries and Trains to various locations. Easy to navigate and plenty of good signage. My only negative comment is if you are a backpacker or want to walk around without your luggage there are no storage lockers!! which...More
It is a very busy place, it is where the cruise ships arrive, but there are also many restaurants, bars and shops where you can spend many hours entertained.
There are many tourists but also many local and young people who visit the area. The...More
We visited on rembrance day and the artist of a red poppy sculpture was there to share sands from the departure point of the Australian soldiers who left for Gallipoli. A. Touching tribute on the 100th anniversary of the armistice. Circular quay gives access to...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.