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The Rocks Precinct

The Rocks is one of Sydney’s greatest attractions. The area is rich in history with its famous landmarks, architecture and diverse cultural references. The picturesque precinct features cobbled laneways, sandstone buildings, boutique shops, galleries and some of the oldest pubs in Australia.

Walsh Bay dining precinct

On the western side of the Harbour Bridge sits Walsh Bay. This cosmopolitan theatre precinct has a charm all of its own plus an excellent range of dining spots. Foodies and lovers of the arts flock here for the festivals, performances and the thriving food and wine scene.


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Museum of Contemporary Art

The MCA is Australia’s leading museum dedicated to contemporary art. It presents an exceptional program of exhibitions and events, all from its majestic harbour side location.

Sydney Observatory

Built in 1858, Sydney Observatory is one of the most significant sites in Australia’s scientific history. Deemed an item of ‘state significance’ by the New South Wales Government, it is also heritage listed. Sydney Observatory is loved for its exhibitions, its famous telescope domes and exploration of the sky.

Overseas Passenger Terminal

The Overseas Passenger Terminal (known as the OPT) has stunning, uninterrupted views of the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour and city skyline. Situated in Circular Quay, it offers easy access to Circular Quay’s transport hub and is a short stroll to the cosy cafes and famous pubs of The Rocks.

circular quay

Circular Quay is one of Sydney’s oldest transport centres. Today it’s also a hub for entertainment with first-class restaurants, bars, galleries, hotels and cafes. Enjoy a stroll or a drink at ‘the best beer garden in the world’ at Opera Bar, and soak up the spectacular backdrop of Sydney Harbour.

Garrison Church

The Garrison Church, also known as Holy Trinity, was the first military church built in colonial Australia. The foundation stone of this historical church was laid in June 1840. Today, the Garrison is an active Anglican church, now in a joint parish with St Philip’s Church.

The Lord Nelson Brewery

Established in 1841, The Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel is Australia’s oldest pub brewery. Located in the historic Rocks area, it’s famous worldwide for its award-winning natural ales. With the aid of a photograph from 1852, its custodians restored The Lord Nelson to former colonial glory, revealing a stunning sandstone façade and convict markings on the locally quarried stone.

Kings Street Wharf

This former maritime industrial area on the eastern shore of Darling Harbour is now a sophisticated waterfront restaurant precinct. King Street Wharf boasts world-class international drinks and dining, as well as playing host to major events, food festivals and performances every year. The area is also known for its lively bars and vibrant clubs.

Sydney Dance Company

The Sydney Dance Company is a world leader in Australian contemporary dance, with its performers gracing stages in the Sydney Opera House, the Joyce Theatre in New York, the Grand in Shanghai and the Stanislavsky in Moscow. The Company has resided in purpose-built studios at The Wharf in Sydney’s Walsh Bay since 1985.

Hero of Waterloo pub

The Hero has been open since colonial times. Today, its live music, ghost tours and heritage landmark classification make a drink and meal a must when visiting The Rocks.