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Circular Quay

4.4/5206 Reviews
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Circular Quay, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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About Circular Quay

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.

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  • 笨笨妹
    5.0

    The traffic of the circular wharf is very convenient. Ferries, trains and buses can reach it. The Opera House and the Harbour Bridge are the only way to get to Sydney, and the circular wharf is also the only way to go. It is worth seeing.

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  • 320****987
    5.0

    The ring pier is very busy, just near the Sydney Opera House. There are a lot of people, especially tourists. There are many small shops and restaurants near the dock. So it's good to take a look by the way.

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  • ABC123
    5.0

    This is a circular pier. There are many scenic spots nearby, such as the Grand Theatre, museums and parks. It is a busy pier in Sydney and a famous scenic spot.

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  • 01234567890li
    5.0

    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 todays name.

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  • Margaret Miles
    5.0

    it just gets better with age and the improvements are improvements.

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  • Amy Donaldson
    5.0

    I spent the large majority of my trip to Sydney here!

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  • M18****813
    5.0

    very organised and systematic approach to reach place and very neatly manintained. Loved the view of both opera house

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  • Princess Willow
    5.0

    Great place to work and great pubs loads of fun

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    Reviewed on 1340861606000
  • GLSQ_****6541
    5.0

    Great spot, vibrant and lots to do

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    Reviewed on 1353191871000
  • Aloura Charles
    4.0

    Bustling and fun, this is where all the ferries bring people to the edge of the Sydney Central Business District. It's near the Opera House and Royal Botanic Gardens. If you've not done the ferry ride, I would suggest one of the slower, smaller green and yellow ferries, instead of the faster big blue and white ferries. You can go to different places in the Harbor. Neutral Bay is fun, and Kirribilli has nice shops and restaurants.

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