Roundabout Quay for all intents and purposes is the clamoring principle port of Sydney Cove, and the essential lane for all ship transportation. Arranged at the northern end of the Sydney business locale, the quay really is likewise utilized as a field for city festivities. It for all intents and purposes is a fairly short strolling distance from both the Opera House and the Harbor Bridge, and specifically is home to Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art. Walk around the quay's bustling walkway loaded with eateries, shops and bistros, at that point bounce on one of its numerous ships to investigate another side of the harbor.
Watsons bay, Gap bluff. It's also very popular with tourists. There aren't many places in China. It's very convenient for buses to go, and then you can take a ferry back to the circular wharf. The circular wharf is semi-circular, originally known as "semi-circular wharf", but it was later simplified to today's name.
The Sydney Opera House can be seen from Circular Quay. Vivid Sydeny is currently being held. The Sydney Opera House is amazing under the changing lights. There are also many lighting feasts, which lasted until June 25.
With the Opal card, you can take Ferry to the station, Sydney Tour Card. Coming at sunset, I watched the approaching of the harbour bridge and the opera house all the way on the boat. It was hard to express my joy [refueling]. Eventually I saw the scenes in books and pictures when I was young. I don't know when I will come back next time.
It's a transportation hub. You can take a ferry to the Taronga Zoo (quay 4) or a subway to visit the Australian Museum at the Museum Station. There are many animal specimens, models, bones and fossils in the museum. It's worth visiting. It is also the only way to enjoy the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House and the sea.
There are many high-end restaurants nearby, facing the opera house. There is a large cruise terminal. It is very convenient to get on and off the boat to other tourist spots.
There are many scenic spots near the circular pier, such as the Grand Theater Museum Park, where you can also take a ferry to North Sydney to the zoo. Very busy seabirds, in particular, sometimes come to grab food from customers.
It's a necessary place to go to the opera house without any introduction. I want to take this opportunity to record the "tragic" experience for future memories. Just by the dock, the clown's Alfred Street, the birds, took my lunch from the top of my head, probably fried fish rolls. Attendants must be careful when eating here.
The ring pier is the most popular place in Sydney. Trains, cars and ferries all pass by, and they are transportation hubs. The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge are nearby landmarks. Restaurants and cafes are everywhere. Beautiful scenery, tourists like knitting.
The sea breeze patted gently on the face, the street singer sang affectionately, through the bustling crowd of all kinds, saw the seagulls pacing leisurely, full of pleasure - time here seems to pass very slowly, as if finally can put down the nervousness and uneasiness in mind, quietly rest for a while. Here we have the best view of the Sydney Bridge; here, you will see that the sea, seabirds, people of different skin colors, friendly, happy, harmonious, everything is so beautiful!
Sydney's Circular Quay is a busy pier in Sydney and also a famous attraction. The traffic of the ring wharf is very convenient. Ferries, trains and buses can reach it. The scenery of the whole wharf is very beautiful. Two landmarks, Sydney Opera House in the northeast direction of the wharf and Harbour Bridge in the Northwest direction, can be seen. This place also often has street performers, cruises, and flocks of seagulls. It's very busy. In addition to the normal ferry in the city, this place can also take luxury cruises to travel, sightseeing boats to Sydney, whale-watching boats. You can also take the ferry from here to the beautiful port of Darling and the Taronga Zoo.