There are trains and ferries in the tourist hotspots of Sydney's transportation hub, which is very convenient for tourists who are new to Sydney, because there are transportation to various scenic spots here, and the Sydney Bridge and the Opera House are nearby. All itineraries to visit Sydney will definitely include Circular Quay, because there are many activities here. Ferries and cruise ships come and go, day and night, and so do trains. There are many shops and restaurants around the pier. In addition, there is free entertainment: locals sing, dance, perform pantomimes, and play musical instruments here to attract tourists to throw some coins in their boxes. The cruise ship also departs from the dock to start the itinerary. On easy-paved roads, it is convenient to walk, push a stroller or push a wheelchair.
Imagine sitting at the table, eating carefully prepared squid and drinking a glass of Pinot Grigio wine. Not only that, on a sunny day, you sit in the shade of the trees and watch the ferry go in and out, and the 4000-passenger ocean liner leaves. You can also see the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, the railway station within 30 yards and a modern The tram is connected to the central business district. Can enjoy delicious food, wine and excellent service, what more can I ask for, I think it is enough.
Circular Quay where opera house located. Sydney ferries warfs also there.My favorite place in Sydney .
Circular quay area is located in the capital of new south wales Sydney, Sydney is part of the local government area, convenient in lang Angle furneaux island between the rocks and the northern edge of the central business district of Sydney. Circular quay circular quay half ring, formerly known as "half circular quay", later reduced to today''s name.
Every weekend, just around the corner from Circular Quay in an area known as The Rocks, is a vibrant open-air market filled with local artists selling jewelry, crafts and yummy produce. You can pick up some pretty unique souvenirs and then hit up one of the great restaurants nearby. Or just stroll the cobblestone streets and window shop the many boutiques. Great for a Sunday afternoon!
I spent the large majority of my trip to Sydney here!