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Circular Quay
Circular Quay

Circular Quay

Circular Quay is a harbour located in Sydney, right at the northern end of the Sydney CBD.

The harbour constitutes part of the City of Sydney’s local government area. This harbour region is a popular destination for locals and foreigners, boasting many attractions.

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The quay’s history goes as far back as 1788 when the First Fleet landed at Sydney Cove, where Circular Quay is now located. The quay was constructed between 1837 and 1844, reflecting its importance as Sydney’s central harbour.

Discover well-known attractions, such as the magnificent Sydney Opera House – easily one of the most recognisable icons in the world. Explore The Rocks if you would like to discover charming places to enjoy a weekend out. Strolling along the foreshore affords impressive views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge – easily one of the most photographed spots within the city.

Several souvenir shops make it easy to get the perfect memento. Visit the art galleries and look for interesting pieces to purchase as a keepsake. The Museum of Contemporary Art is one of the most popular options for art lovers.

Circular Quay revolutionises dining with a view. Enjoy meals at Cafe Sydney in the historic Customs House or fine dining at The Dining Room in the renowned Park Hyatt Sydney. Other restaurants worth checking out include Quay, Aria and Bennelong.

At the end of it all, explore some attractions close to Circular Quay. Catch a ferry ride to Manly or take a water taxi for an unforgettable trip. Jet boats and harbour cruises are also available.

With several ferry wharves, a train station and several bus stops, Circular Quay is very easy to access for a fun day enjoying the sights and sounds of Sydney.

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