Sydney City

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From Chinatown to the Rocks at Circular Quay, Sydney Trains provides an easy and convenient way to explore the Sydney CBD

Enjoy a full Sydney City experience by stopping at any of the Sydney Circle stations including: Central, Town Hall, Wynyard, Circular Quay, St James and Museum.

Explore Sydney City

Shopping, Pitt St MallSydney is home to some of Australia’s most iconic attractions such as Bondi Beach, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. Stop by Central Station to visit Chinatown or Paddy's Market for great deals and fresh produce. As a major travel hub, Central Station also provides interconnecting trams to popular destinations such as the Sydney Fish Market or the Star casino.

Discover some of the best shopping and dining experiences in the area at the Galleries, the Strand or at Westfield Sydney. Town Hall Station provides easy access to the heart of the Sydney CBD and major attractions such as Sydney Tower Eye and Queen Victoria Building. Only a short stroll away, Darling Harbour is conveniently located near popular attractions such as SEA life aquarium, Wildlife Park and the Chinese Garden of Friendship. Darling Harbour is also accessible from Wynyard Station.

Explore The Rocks area and Circular Quay for great photo opportunities and stunning harbour views. Stop here to visit iconic buildings and landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Circular Quay is also a major transport hub for trains, buses and ferries to places such as Cockatoo Island or Watsons Bay. Along the way, stop off at St James or Museum Station for all major art galleries, museums and exhibitions.

Getting to the City

The City Circle is accessible through every rail line, either directly or indirectly. By purchasing a ticket to the City, you can travel to any one of the City Circle Stations including Central, Town Hall, Wynyard, Circular Quay, St James and Museum.

A single ticket provides a one way stop while a return provides a two way trip. All stations are clearly labelled with signage on the street level.