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Circular Quay and The Rocks are a good place to begin exploring Sydney. More about the city Sydney CBD. Sydney shopping places areas include places marked in yellow.
Sydney restaurants of course dot the city, but you can find an excellent collection at The Rocks and in and around Circular Quay.
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A lively place, The Rocks has preserved much of early Sydney. Today its a collection of some excellent fine dining restaurants, old fashioned pubs and preserved buildings dating back to the 19th Century. There is a very busy weekend market, entertainment the year round, art galleries and plenty of opporunities to shop Sydney The Rocks.
Crossing Sydney Harbour from Dawsons Point to Milsons Point. You can climb it, walk over it and find out more about the Sydney Harbour Bridge at the Pylon Lookout.
Displays of Australian and International Contemporary Art, and an everchanging flow of exhibitions.
The City center Central Business District (CBD) is filled with things to do and see both at night and during the day. Take a harbour cruise from Circular Quay, explore Sydney history at the Rocks, visit some of the many attractions and museums. And enjoy Shopping... More about Sydney CBD.
Tucked away between Bridge Street and Loftus Street is Macquarie Park, with a Sydney Orbital, and interestingly, a cannon and anchor from the HMS Sirius of the First Fleet. See Sydney Photos.
You can find the Sydney Information Centre at The Rocks on the north end of George Street, near Sydney Cove. They have all the info you need for a great visit to this city and surrounds, as well, they have wonderful displays of historical artefacts from our past. Well worth a visit!
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