Indulge Yourself in the Perfect Setting
Whether you are embarking on a romantic harbour cruise or hopping on a Manly ferry, Circular Quay is Sydney Harbour's central terminus.
Even in the early days of European settlement, Circular Quay, Sydney, situated in Sydney Cove, was known as a cosmopolitan, eclectic mix. Still today, up market, quaint or exotic shopping outlets, the Dendy Cinema, recreational venues, 5 star to budget accommodation, bars and eating venues serving cuisine from the corners of the globe, create an ever-vibrant hub.
You will love walking around Circular Quay. Scenic walks meander along the harbour side interspersed with parks and historical landmarks with magnificent views of Botany Bay, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the striking features of the Opera House.
Sydney Opera House lies within easy walking distance as do sites of historical or cultural interest such as Macquarie Place, The Rocks District, Government House, Customs House, The Domain and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
If you require parking in Circular Quay, you will find that secure public parking is available within walking distance.
Catching a train from Circular Quay railway station is easy. Other transport options include light rail, commuter and Explorer buses, ferries and cruises from Circular Quay.
A map of Circular Quay terminus, including train stations, bus depots, surrounding streets and locations, is available through Sydney Buses.
Circular Quay is the perfect setting to begin your walking tour of some of the most famous of Sydney's attractions. Circular Quay Walks >>
Restaurants in Circular Quay and its surrounds offer an astounding range in both menu and price. Circular Quay Restaurants >>
Within easy distance of Circular Quay, Sydney, you will find some of the best shopping venues and outlets in Australia. Circular Quay Shopping >>
If you're staying in Circular Quay, Sydney you'll find that everything is in easy reach. Circular Quay Accommodation >>