Circular Quay promenade between Alfred St and the wharves is a transport hub for access to trains, buses, ferries, taxies and vehicles. Limited viewing of 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. Promenade operates as a transport hub during the day and event area from 6pm. Some viewing areas get congested.
Main Promenade, George St, Sydney, 2000
Managed capacity expected to close late in the day
7.00am 31 Dec to
1.30am 1 Jan
No ticket required
No glass, No BYO alcohol, No pets, Other
Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority Regulations 2011 are enforceable.
No blocking pedestrian thoroughfares by sitting or standing in vantage point areas.
Site entry from Alfred St will close either before or at 6pm the latest.
No 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)
Alcohol is not allowed
Food & beverages
Food & non-alcoholic beverages for sale
Accessible for people with mobility impairment
Level ground around Circular Quay promenades.
Accessible transport in area.
Accessible toilets available.