Circular Quay

Visitor information

The Sydney Harbour Bridge sits within the city of Sydney, surrounded by an unforgettable atmosphere that alternates between laidback and lively. After seeing Sydney from the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, take some time to further explore the city and discover adventures that hide just beneath the surface.


The natural harbour is undeniably Sydney’s most famous feature and one of Sydney’s greatest playgrounds. Framed by the iconic Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House, you can walk the waterfront with ease from Circular Quay. There are also numerous restaurants, bars and cafes to enjoy along the way. Just a short ferry trip across the harbour from Circular Quay will bring you to Taronga Zoo. The zoo showcases exotic and local animals with the city and harbour as a backdrop. The historic site of The Rocks, where BridgeClimb is located, is home to one of the oldest colonial era settlements in Australia.


Sydney is cosmopolitan yet casual; a place where the city and surf collide. Whether your visit is for work or pleasure, we hope you enjoy you time in Australia’s Harbour City. If you’d like to find out more about getting a taste of Sydney life into your holiday itinerary, please check out for information about accommodation in Sydney, attractions, tours and events.