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Located near the Circular Quay, The Rocks is a beautiful neighborhood in Sydney. This place dates back to the 18th Century and houses some historic structures and the Contemporary Art Museum. You can enjoy historic walking tours or just stroll through the charmingmarketon weekends. This weekend market offers some beautiful locally-produced accessories, garments and more and is buzzed with tourists and locals alike. Besides, this place offers quaint views of the iconicSydney Harbour Bridge, offering several picture opportunities. All in all, this is a must-visit spot if you want to experience the local lifestyle of Sydney.
This Heritage Tour is a fun and educational journey through early Sydney with its maritime history. You will get to listen to gory convict tales and also take a tour of the Queen's Gunpowder Magazine. You can also visit a "Water Rats" television show set depending on the shooting schedules. Please check the website for the admission charges. Tour times and days can differ, depending on school holidays and seasons. So do contact for further details. Moreover, there are a variety of tours to choose from like the night tours, Goat Gruesome or the Picnic day for the entire family's days out.
Built in 1845, this beautiful building, fronting Circular Quay, served for 100 years as Sydney's revenue collecting offices. Featuring a five story atrium, library, offices, shops, three eateries and a bar, its cultural attractions include the City Exhibition Space, Object Galleries and djamu Gallery. The Barnet Long Room features live music and theatrical performances. Cost: Many of the exhibitions are free though some may have a small fee.
Organizing various harbor tours, Sydney Habour Tall Ship Adventure Sail provides an authentic and memorable experience. Also arranging for private parties and corporate events along with BBQ and lunch/dinner facilities, this tour company offers some unique tours at affordable prices.For your tickets contact the Ticketing Center on +1300 66 4410.
The tallest skyscraper in the city at the time of its construction, AMP Building is a listed heritage structure in Sydney.
Circular Quay is one of the busiest, most beautiful bustling ports of departure in the world. The State Transit authority, sightseeing tours, water taxis, and private cruises all depart and arrive from this 'port of call'. The actual terminal itself is a bustling collection of fast food joints, ticket sales, information booths, and buskers and of course, commuters. No trip to town is complete without a ferry trip from this fabulous location beneath the bridge.
Circular Quay Precinct stretches from Harbour Bridge to the Opera House. It includes various cafes and dining options, shopping venues, information booths and sightseeing locations. The entire precinct is bustling with crowd and local activities.
This museum is a little gem, particularly good for kids but not too young as some of the exhibits are quite gory! Housed in a sandstone building that had been the Water Police Court (1856), the Water Police Station (1858) and finally the Police Court (1885) it provides a great opportunity to learn about Sydney's criminal past. It features a magistrate's court, charge room, remand cell, and a selection of mind-bogglingly nasty weapons like some spiked metal balls and chains, daggers, clubs and knuckledusters. Group bookings are available for the visits. Please check the website for visiting hours.