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Circular Quay


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Alfred St/Loftus St
Sydney, NSW 2000

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"If you want to be a cbit closer to the touristy parts of Sydney, a hotel near Circular Quay or The Rocks means you're right on the doorstep of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House (and the ferries that will take you to some of the beaches)."  See More

"If you're going to stay in the city, somewhere near Circular Quay would be pretty good too."  See More

"you can walk around The Rocks (touristy part of Sydney but interesting nonetheless), to Circular Quay (the main ferry terminal), then from Circular Quay,past the Sydney Opera House to the botanic garden."  See More

"Wander around the Rocks then walk down Hicksons Road then waterfront back past Park Hyatt Sydney, Oversea Passenger Terminal (go up the multiple viewing platforms at the OPT), then along Circular Quay (stop at Customs House to look at underfloor model of Sydney), then up the lift at Circular Quay (near Wharf 2), turn left and walk along the Cahill Expressway until get into the Royal Botanic Gardens (walk past Govt House-is it open?"  See More

"If you are looking for high end restaurant like the Circular Quay with the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour bridge view (you may need to make a booking in advance)."  See More

"As mentioned before, you should have a meal at Cafe Sydney at Circular Quay."  See More

"In fact, catch an early morning Circular Quay-Darling Harbour loop ferry and experience sunrise, on the water under the harbour bridge and beside the Sydney Opera House."  See More

"Check out Mr Wong restaurant - get reservations - near the Circular Quay (pronounced "key") and definitely do the Harbour Bridge Climb."  See More

"If you want to go to Bondi Beach, the cheapest way to get there is to pre-purchase a bus ticket and get bus 333 from Circular Quay."  See More

"Sydney - 5 days (Day 1: Circular Quay/The Rocks; Day 2: Ferry to Manly; Day 3: Taronga Zoo, Cockatoo Island; Day 4: Bondi Beach-to-Bronte Beach ocean walk; Day 5: Oxford Street, Paddington"  See More

"day 1 To Darling Harbour take ferry to Circular Quay see Sydney Opera House walk around The Botanical Gardens to The Rocks walk accross the Sydney Harbour Bridge and see Sydney from the other side."  See More

"A Ferry ride from Circular Quay to Watson Bay, maybe lunch at Doyles Beer, Fish & Chips, swim and Walk to the south heads park."  See More

"Depending on what else you are doing in the area, you might like to do a loop from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour and back, which will take you right under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and near the Sydney Opera House."  See More

"Hi Dave - head to Circular Quay, see the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, take a ferry to Manly, see the beach and take the ferry back."  See More

"Get yourself down to Circular Quay to see the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge."  See More

"the best way of seeing sydney is from the water , skip the pricey boat tours and just grab a ferry from Circular Quay to the wonderful Manly."  See More

"I also loved walking around Circular Quay, as there were some great coffee/juice shops, bars and restaurants."  See More

"*from Manly Wharf you'll go via Circular Quay"  See More

"Don't forget to get the ferry out to Manly from Circular Quay- sensational views."  See More

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Hotels nearby:
  1. InterContinental Sydney
  2. Quay Grand Suites Sydney



Things to do nearby:
  1. Customs House
  2. Sydney Tower, Sydney, NSW, Australia
  3. Museum of Contemporary Art
  4. The Rocks Discovery Museum
  5. Royal Botanic Gardens



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