The Sydney CBD Map showing the streets and places to visit including Darling Harbour, the Royal Botanic Gardens, the location of Circular Quay, Dawes Point, The Rocks and Woolloomooloo.
1 Martin Place is the location of the Sydney General Post Office (GPO), once the place where every other place in Sydney marked their distance from.
Getting around the city Central Business District (CBD) is easy. Most people prefer to walk, however frequent buses and taxis up and down the main streets make it easy to get to places like the Rocks, Circular Quay and the Sydney Opera House, located a minutes walk from the north-east of Circular Quay.
The main streets running the length of the city center run from Circular Quay and head up to Central Railway Station include George St, Pitt St, Castlereagh St and Elizabeth St.
Note the Railway tracks, they run in a circular route under the city. Stations include Martin Place, Wynyard, Circular Quay, Town Hall, Museum Station and St. James. Trains run frequently as well through these stations and can get you quickly from one side of the city center to the other and to points beyond.
Taking your car into the city is not really recommended, however if you do need to, there are public parking areas available but they do get busy.
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The Rocks Historical District, at the foot of the city by Circular Quay, has cobbled streets, museums, shops, art galleries and restored buildings from the early 19th century.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a short walk away, with the Sydney Opera House located just on the other side of the Cove.
Darling Harbour has lots to see and do for the whole family: The Powerhouse Museum, the Australian Maritime Museum, the Sydney Aquarium and the Wildlife Center are all within easy reach. To get there: Take the ferry from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour, or catch the Monorail from the city.
It is also an easy walk from the city via the Pyrmont Bridge at the end of Market Street. Another way of getting there would be to catch a train or bus to Central Railway station, then take the light rail to Darling Harbour.
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And of course chances to go shopping. Darling Harbour, the Rocks and the City Center Pitt Street Mall have shopping arcades, department stores, brand name retailers, jewellery and accessory shops, and speciality stores. Nearby on the main streets you will find plenty of other opportunities. Shopping in Sydney.
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