The 'non' Circular Quay is one of the most famous places in Australia.
How could it not be, with the Sydney Opera House a short stroll on one side and the Overseas Passenger Terminal that plays host to large cruise ships on the other?
It is great in one sense because the railway station is very close to Sydney Harbour ferries.
However, it is marred by the freeway above the railway, and poor food at the ferry wharves. Of course if you have the funds to dine at Doyles or other nearby restaurants your opinion may differ!
Nonetheless, it is a great place to set sail on a Sydney Ferries vessel for (say) Cremorne and then a harbour foreshore walk, armed with your trusty rail-ferry-bus DayRover ticket for A$17 if you are an adult fare-payer.
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