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About Circular Quay

A popular tourist area on the northern edge of the CBD, Circular Quay is home to plentiful pedestrian malls, walkways, parks and restaurants. A major transport hub, it’s often home to major ocean-going cruise liners, and forms a central celebration point in the city, drawing revellers in their droves, particularly on New Year’s Eve.

Things to do in The Rocks

Accommodation near Circular Quay

SCARLETT: **Scarlett Restaurant will be closed from 23rd July 2018 due to renovations and is...
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The York by Swiss Belhotel

Sleeps 220 in 0 rooms

Owned and operated by Swiss-Belhotel International, The York by Swiss-Belhotel is among the best...
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The Russell Hotel

Sleeps 20 in 0 rooms

With a stay at The Russell Hotel, you'll be centrally located in The Rocks, steps from Museum of Contemporary Art and Susannah Place...
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Enjoy the comforts of newly refurbished all-suite luxury at Sydney's ultimate harbour-front...
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Shangri La Hotel Sydney

Sleeps 20 in 0 rooms

Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, limo/town car service, and a computer station. Planning an event in The...
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Holiday Inn Old Sydney

Sleeps 350 in 0 rooms

Located a short walk from Circular Quay (600 m) and the Royal Botanic Gardens within 1 km from the hotel.Facilities and services include...
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Circular Quay Map

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Circular Quay is 0,3km from the centre of The Rocks , the nearest airport 10,1km (Sydney Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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