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Step off the train at any City Circle station to discover just about every Sydney city experience you can imagine.
City Circle stations are: Central, Town Hall, Wynyard, Circular Quay, St James and Museum.
The world-famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and the equally famous Sydney Opera House are right next to Circular Quay Station. And to experience the very best views of Sydney Harbour, why not catch a Sydney ferry from Circular Quay?
For art lovers, you'll also find the Museum of Contemporary Art right next to Circular Quay in the heart of the Rocks, the original old Sydney town. The Rocks is the foundation place of Sydney and Australia, and of enormous historical significance. It is often described as Sydney's outdoors museum.
Meanwhile, Town Hall Station takes you to the heart of the CBD shopping district, with the beautiful Queen Victoria Building and Strand Arcade offering some of the finest city shopping experiences.
Getting to the City
In Sydney, if you're near a train station, you're on your way to the City. Every rail line leads directly or indirectly to the City Circle. It's the rail loop around the central business district of Sydney.
Purchase a ticket to the City and you can travel to any one of these stations: Central, Town Hall, Wynyard, Circular Quay, St James, Museum, Martin Place or Kings Cross. Buy a return ticket to the 'City' and you can also return from any of these stations.
Most City stations are underground so look out for the signage on street level.