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Overview Of The Port Of Sydney

About Sydney
Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales in Australia. It is on the south-east coast of the Tasman Sea.

Take a tour of the world-famous Sydney Opera House.

Sydney Tower is the city's tallest free-standing structure, standing at 309m high. At the top is a revolving restaurant and outdoor observation deck.

The best way to see the harbour is from the top of the Harbour Bridge on a Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. There are lots of rules and regulations so check these out beforehand.

The Sydney Explorer bus offers a hop-on/hop-off option. The service stops regularly at Circular Quay.

Take a self-guided walking tour of the historic Rocks, Sydney's birthplace. There are numerous historic buildings, shops, restaurants and bars.

Harbourside is a waterfront shopping and dining complex in Darling Harbour. Here you will also find the Sydney Aquarium, Australian National Maritime Museum and the Powerhouse Museum. Also worth a visit is the Chinese Garden of Friendship, which features winding pathways, waterways and exotic flora and fauna.

Sydney Wildlife World is an exhibit of Australia's most exotic animals and plants. The park includes nine sample habitats, such as the Rainforest and Wallaby Cliffs. (The Sydney Aquarium is right next door and combination ticket deal is available).

See Sydney from above on a Helicopter Tour.

Shopping options in Sydney include Pitt Street Mall, downtown and Castlereagh Street (from Hunter Street to Goulburn Street). Sydney also has an excellent collection of weekend outdoor markets.

Art lovers may enjoy the edgy Museum of Contemporary Art and the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Sydney's Paddington neighbourhood also has a cluster of art and photo galleries. Paddington is also home to exclusive boutiques and cafes and restaurants. Other attractions include Fox Studios, a working film studio; Centennial Park and, on Saturdays, the Paddington Bazaar street market.

Go canoeing, sea kayaking or white water rafting in Sydney's waterways.

If you have a couple of days, drive out to the Blue Mountains for beautiful scenery, bushwalking, rainforests, waterfalls and a scenic railway.

Manly beach, accessible via a 30-minute ferry ride from Circular Quay, offers scenic walking, watersports, numerous cafes and restaurants.

Bondi Beach (reachable by bus from Circular Quay) is Australia's best known beach.

There is a huge range of dining options in Sydney ranging from fresh fish and seafood to international choices such as Thai, Tandoori, Italian and Chinese.
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships dock at either the Circular Quay at the Overseas Passenger Terminal or the new White Bay Cruise Terminal (opened in 2013).

Both terminals are a short distance from Sydney’s 'downtown' tourist attractions and shopping centres.

Water taxis, ferries, trains, taxis and buses all regular depart from the wharf at Circular Quay.

Some cruise lines operate shuttle buses at the White Bay Terminal.

Occasionally, ships may anchor beyond the Sydney Opera House and tender passengers to Darling Harbour.
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Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Sydney

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