About Circular Quay

Circular Quay in Sydney is renowned as a central transportation hub, connecting various parts of the city through its bustling ferry services. Its fame is amplified by the breathtaking views it offers, showcasing Sydney's iconic landmarks like the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge against the picturesque harbor backdrop. Beyond its role as a transportation nexus, Circular Quay is a vibrant social hub, surrounded by an array of restaurants, cafes, and bars, providing locals and tourists with a delightful waterfront dining experience. Enriched by cultural attractions such as the Opera House and Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Circular Quay stands as a multifaceted destination, blending scenic beauty, cultural richness, and lively entertainment.

  • Circular Quay Details

    • Departure point for the ferry to Manly, plus other ferries
    • Views of the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Sydney Harbour
    • Surrounded by a diverse array of restaurants, cafes, and bar

  • Price - Free

    Free to walk all around Circular Quay


    At the end of George Street, on the North side of the city

    Address: George Street, Alfred Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Tours that visit Circular Quay