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  • Circular Quay

    Circular Quay is the most central location for tourists visiting Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Millions of people visit Circular Quay each year. Circular Quay is located in Sydney Cove, between Bennelong Point and The Rocks.

    Circular Quay is the northern end of Sydney Central Business District and southern end of old and historic Sydney, The Rocks. Geographically Circular Quay is not located in the centre of Sydney. But it is centrally located transport hub for people visiting Sydney.

    Circular Quay has major train station which circle around Sydney CBD known as City Circle, which also connects Circular Quay with other suburbs of Sydney. Buses to Bondi, Bondi Beach, popular beaches of Sydney and the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney also departs from Circular Quay.

    It is also the hub of Sydney ferries, every few minutes ferries are departing to various parts of Sydney Harbour to destinations like Manly, Darling Harbour, Ccokatoo Island, Parramatta, Rose Bay, Watson Bay and Taronga Zoo. International passenger terminal, private charter boats, cruise, whale watching and other adventure boat ride also operates from Circular Quay.

    Circular Quay not only attracts tourists and visitors but also attracts plenty of local Australian, working holiday makers and international street performers and musicians.

    Circular Quay has plenty of places to eat, fast food like McDonalds and Hungry Jacks, Asian foods, rice, noodles, sushi, Australian fish and chips, cafes and restaurants as well as plenty of hotels and accommodation in and around Circular Quay.

    Circular Quay offers great views of Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and the harbour 24/7 be it day or night. It is walking distance to world famous Sydney Opera House and Australia's most photographed landmark The Sydney Harbour Bridge and old and historic Sydney, The Rocks, Bridge Climb and Pylon Lookout, which gives 360 degree view of Sydney, it is easier, quicker and cheaper alternative to Bridge Climb.



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