File:Circular Quay Sydney. (28779126392).jpg
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f you visit Sydney it's more than likely you will spend time at Circular Quay, arguably Sydney's No.1 buzz place.
"The Quay" is the city's main ferry terminus - situated in the very heart of Sydney Cove, the founding place for the settlement of Australia. It serves as a gateway, connecting visitors to Sydney's major attractions - Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and The Rocks.
It's a vibrant, bustling hub with ferries leaving every few minutes to different parts of the harbour, including Manly, Watsons Bay, Mosman and Taronga Zoo. Aside from catering to tourists, it is a vital link for Sydneysiders commuting to and from work and as a gateway for the thousands of locals journeying to Manly's surf beach on weekends.
|Source||Circular Quay Sydney.|
|Author||Bernard Spragg. NZ from Christchurch, New Zealand|
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