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Circular Quay Promenade

Alfred Street, Sydney

Circular Quay Promenade is located between Alfred Street and the wharves. It is a public transport hub with limited viewing of the Harbour Bridge between wharves and opposite Wharf 2. No views of Sydney Opera House.
There are restaurants with water views, however reservations and bookings are required. The Promenade operates as an event area from 6pm. Some viewing areas get congested.

Capacity
4,000
Reaches capacity
Late in the day
Entry
Free
Restrictions
No glass, BYO alcohol or pets at this site.
Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority Regulations 2011 are enforceable.
No blocking pedestrian thoroughfares.
Site entry from Alfred Street will close either before or at 6pm.
No busking, camping or vehicle access.
Pre-purchased tickets for cruises and ferries will be allowed, however once closed you will not be permitted to enter to purchase tickets.
No access to East or West Circular Quay once these sites close.
Toilets
Available, including accessible toilets.
Food and drink
Food and soft drinks are for sale.
Accessibility
This site is accessible. Read our accessibility guide.
Getting here
Public transport is strongly recommended.
Road closures
Road closures surround this site.
Parking
No parking available at this site.
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