Circular Quay is part of The Rocks precinct, the historic site of Sydney's first European settlement. Circular Quay is a busy transport hub where you can access water taxis, jet boats, harbour cruises, buses and trains.
Head off on an easy harbour foreshore walk from Circular Quay to the Sydney Opera House and the Royal Botanic Gardens or wander along the foreshore to photograph Sydney's famous icons including the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Cafes, bars and restaurants are dotted along the eastern and western sides of Circular Quay offering sublime harbour views with great food and drinks. Dine at some of Sydney's best restaurants such as Aria, Guillaume at Bennelong, Rockpool, Quay and Cafe Sydney....
The Rugby Club is home to one of the finest collections of rugby memorabilia in the world and The Rugby World Cup had its inception at The Rugby Club. Enjoy an Australian beer or wine and a meal surrounded by the extraordinary collection of wonderful rugby memorabilia.
The World Cup Bar is a favourite amongst local rugby fanatics. Super 15's and classic match replays every night on the large screen television. The bar is immersed in the history of rugby with memorabilia on show from Rugby Greats around the world.
The doors are open to all visitors who like to meet, eat, drink and talk rugby, or people who enjoy sport in general.
The Justice and Police Museum was originally the Water Police Court (1856), Water Police Station (1858) and Police Court (1886). Restored to their 1890s character, the building's heavy blocks of sandstone, spiked gates, winding steps and corridor of cells reinforce the museum's themes of crime and punishment and law and order.
The museum features a magistrates court, a recreated police charge room and remand cells, a gallery of mug shots of Sydney's early criminals and an array of spine chilling weapons. It also showcases weird and wonderful relics from notorious crimes such as the Shark Arm Murder, the Pyjama Girl Case and the Graeme Thorne Kidnapping, as well as many original objects associated with such legendary bushrangers as Frank Gardiner, Ben Hall, Captain Moonlight and Ned Kelly.
The museum presents a lively program of changing exhibitions.
Entry included with Sydney Museums Pass.
Explore Sydney like a local, with a local, on guided walking tours of the Harbour and the City in either English or German language. Choose from morning, lunch and afternoon tours. Learn about colonial and 20th century history, discover secret gems and enjoy stunning harbour and city views with excellent photo opportunities.
Or contact Joeys Walkabout with your personal preferences for a customised private tour....
Captain Cook Cruises began in Sydney in 1970 and for over four decades has proven to be a market leader and premier Sydney Harbour cruise line. Their fleet of restaurant, sightseeing, ferry and sailing vessels offer an exciting range of public cruises and private charters for two to 2,000 guests.
Some of their guests and events have included the Pope, the Presidents of China and the United States of America, Vice Chancellor of Germany, members of the British Royal family, the American basketball `Dream Team'; Incentives for Ford, Amway, Mazda and Nissan; the Supreme and Federal Courts Judges Conference, Commonwealth Games Fundraising Dinners and the Oprah audience - to name just a few. They are proud to have provided employment opportunity for thousands of young Australians, many of whom have gone on to become leaders in their fields....
Experience what jet boating is all about on Australia's most exciting jet boat ride! Get ready for slides, spin, sweeping fishtails and power brake stops.
Unlike any other jet boat ride in the world, Thunder Jet Boat has over 800 horsepower on twin-turbo monsters!
Choose between the 30 minute Thunder ride or 45 minute Extreme Adventure going out to the extremes of Sydney Heads where you encounter the ocean swells at full throttle. Rock to an Aussie music soundtrack on all rides.
Experience what jet boating is all about....