Circular Quay is the hub of Sydney Harbour and takes in many of Sydney’s iconic landmarks; The Harbour Bridge and Opera House, and also neighbouring the gorgeous Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Park.
Ferries leave every few minutes to different parts of the harbour including Manly, Watsons Bay, Mosman, Taronga Zoo and Balmain. Transportation options at Circular Quay include the train line, ferries, bus stop and taxi stand. Circular Quay is just a stroll to the central business district of Sydney and the historical Rocks area of Sydney Harbour.
|Astor 125 Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000|
The Astor was built in 1923, developed by grazier John O’Brien and designed by architects Donald Thomas Esplin and Stuart Mill Mould in an Interwar Free Classical Style.
|Bennelong 1, 3, 5 and 7 Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000|
Completed in 1998 by Andrew Andersons and PTW Architects Bennelong Apartments nicknamed “The Toaster” by Residents is a landmark development made up of four separate buildings, running the length of Circular Quay’s eastern promenade.
|Bridgeport 38 Bridge Street Sydney NSW 2000|
A conversion of the former Dalgety House built in 1966 the Bridgeport was originally commissioned by NZI Holdings and designed by company architects Terry W Petersen and Brink.
|185 Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000|
Designed by Crone Nation and completed in 2006 the Macquarie Residences is contemporary but also acknowledges the rich historical context.
|Parklane Towers 1 Boomerang Place Woolloomooloo NSW 2011|
The development was completed in 1982 by Civil and Civic and is made up of two residential buildings that are located on the corner of Boomerang Place and William Place.
|Renzo Piano 155 Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000|
Designed by the world renowned architect Renzo Piano and completed in 2000 by Mirvac, Lend Lease and the East Asia Property Group this residential tower is as innovative in appearance as its interiors are stylish.
|The Quay 2 Phillip Street Sydney NSW 2000|
Built in 1984 The Quay apartment block on Phillip Street was the first harbour front residential venture following the slump in the city office market in the early 1980s.