About: Circular Quay, an international passenger shipping port, is a harbour located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Circular Quay, constructed in 1837-1844, was originally known as “Semi-Circular Quay”, because that is the actual shape of the quay. The name “Circular Quay” was shortened for the convenience. It’s a heritage area and a part of the local government area of the City of Sydney. It is also referred to as the “gateway to Sydney” and connects Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Harbour and The Rocks.
This place is a vital link for commuters and main ferry terminus connecting to Manly, Watson Bay, Mosman and Taronga Zoo. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, shops to keep you busy in Circular Quay and give you great views of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Harbour. Circular Quay is the point where people congregate to celebrate New Year’s Eve because of its strategic location and is one of the major points for community celebrations. There are other places of interest at Circular Quay such as Museum of Contemporary Art and the City of Sydney Library.
About Sydney: Sydney is the most populous city and capital of the New South Wales, Australia. The area of Sydney is 12,368 km² and the coordinates of the city are 33.8688° S, 151.2093° E. The altitude of the city is at an elevation of 19 meters above msl … read more.
About Australia: Australia and New Zealand are the most known countries in a wider region known as Australasia and Oceania. Oceania is the region comprising of the Australian continent and many other islands in the Pacific. The total no. of countries in Australian continent is 14 nations including New Zealand, Fiji and others …. read more.