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The perfect combination for those who want to make the most of their day in Sydney. Enjoy a stu...
Explore Australia’s favorite harbor city on this 6-hour tour of Sydney. This tour features a sightse...
...in Sydney. You’ll spot Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Blue Mountains and more – every time y...
...therdale Wildlife Park. Wind down your small-group tour with a boat cruise along the Parramatta River to Circular Quay.
...e choice is yours whether you embark at Circular Quay or King Street Wharf on your 2.5-hour Sydney dinner cruise. Take y...
...ing Harbour, Circular Quay, Watsons Bay, Manly and Luna Park. This is the perfect way to experience the best of Sydney!
...er of stops, including Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Taronga Zoo, Watsons Bay, Manly and Luna Park. Simply disembark a...
...bs like Point Piper and Balmain. With a central departure point at Circular Quay, it is easy to fit into your schedule.
...on a Sydney whale-watching cruise. From Circular Quay this open-water cruise will take you through the entrance of Sydne...
...akes in the city’s most popular sights: Circular Quay, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Rocks and Hyde Par...
...ley. Then, finish your day with a river cruise up the Parramatta River back to either Darling Harbour or Circular Quay.
... B by ferry. Zip around the harbor from Circular Quay to Watsons Bay on the Red Rocket, getting on and off when you plea...
... spins . This is Australia's most popular jet boating adventure, blasting off from Circular Quay every hour, every day.
24 hour pass
...h or as little time at sights including Circular Quay, Kings Cross, the Rocks, Paddington, Double Bay or Bondi Beach bef...
...copter, followed by lunch at Wolfies at Circular Quay, located on the edge of Sydney Harbour. From overhead on your priv...
...leyways. Photograph the Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay and the Opera House. Enjoy the stunning panoramic views of Sydney ...
...r ferry ticket between Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Taronga Zoo, Watsons Bay, Luna Park, Manly, Fort Denison & Shark ...
Forming the northern edge of Sydney's central business district, Circular Quay is the main ferry terminal in the city with connections to the Taronga Zoo, Manly, Cockatoo Island, Watsons Bay, and other major attractions.
Forming the northern edge of Sydney's central business district, Circular Quay is the main ferry terminal in the city with connections to the Taronga Zoo, Manly, Cockatoo Island, Watsons Bay, and other major attractions. A bustling hub with pedestrian malls, parks and restaurants, it lies within walking distance of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
The historic Customs House was built in 1844-'45 to control maritime trade and the influx of people into Sydney
Originally used as the Water Police Court (1856), then the Water Police Station (1858) and the Police Court (1886), the elegant sandstone building on the Albert Street corner in Circular Quay is today home to the Justice and Police Museum
The Rocks is a historical point of interest in Sydney, being the site of the first penal settlement of Captain James Cook's convicts from Great Britain in 1788 AD
Dating back to 1816, Cadmans Cottage is one of the oldest residential buildings in Sydney
Stretching from the Overseas Passenger Terminal on West Circular Quay to the Sydney Opera House forecourt on East Circular Quay, the Sydney Writers Walk is a path lined with a series of 60 metal plaques dedicated to authors who have spent time in Australia at some point of time in their lives
Gannon House in the Rocks is an art gallery dedicated to works by renowned as well as upcoming indigenous artists such as Gloria Petyarre, Jeannie Pwerle, and Charlie Tjapangarti
Housed in a restored mid-19thcentury sandstone warehouse, The Rocks Discovery Museum tells the story of The Rocks area of Sydney from the pre-European era when it was known as Warrane to the present day