第一批岩石區的居民是來自舊世界的罪犯和水手。作爲悉尼最古老的城區，這裏的鵝卵石路上有着多達 100 多處歷史建築和景點，其中包括悉尼最古老的房屋——建於 1816 年的卡登姆小屋。你可以在悉尼最古老酒吧的海灘邊喝一杯“中等（midi）”或者“大杯（schooner）”啤酒，體驗一次“戶外野餐 （al fresco）”。在岩石區輕鬆自在的週末市場，你還能找到當地藝術家手工製作的紀念品、有機食物和設計師珠寶。要欣賞澳大利亞和國際當代藝術，可以去 MCA 博物館，它在白天開放，晚間也會擇日開放。結束一天遊覽後，記得要休息休息，再去在幾個通宵娛樂的場所跳跳舞。
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Are there tours to Manly Beach....I've heard this area is especially beautiful also
You really don't need a tour. Take the ferry from Circular Quay (costs about $8 Aus) one way. You will need an Opal Card (available almost anywhere especially at convenience stores and also at the ferry landing at Circular Quay). If you go on Sunday the total cost is less than $3 for round trip. Manly beach is a short 5 minute walk from the ferry landing - literally a straight shot. Very easy to get to.
Any recommendations for small/boutique hotel in the rocks area ? First Time visit for us!!!
Hi Michael, Not in the Rocks but a great boutique hotel (more like an Inn), Is Simpson’s of Potts Point . This is a historic Victorian mansion on a tree-lined street with about 12 rooms, and is a 20-minute walk to the Rocks via the lovely harbor, with possible side trip through the beautiful Botanic Gardens. Potts Point has many great restaurants and cafes within walking distance of Simpsons. We loved our stay at Simpsons and would highly recommend it if you’re looking for intimate charm. The staff are great at recommending things to do in Sydney as well. Breakfast is included with your stay. Have a great trip!
We're planning a trip to Sydney in a couple of weeks, and would love to join the free Walking Tour Saturday night, 29.4.17. Could someone please confirm if this will be on then? Thank you
I believe it runs each day throughout the year. It's well worth doing. Have a great time in Sydney!
Could you give me an idea of the cost of a taxi to this area from the airport
Don't catch a taxi, full stop. Traffic is bad, will take up to 1 hour depending on traffic, and $120 return. $16.50 each way on the train from the domestic terminal, takes 20 minutes, comes every 10 minutes or so, and get off at Circular Quay. 5 minute walk to the Rocks.
Hi, can anyone enlighten me on the difference between the rocks and Paddington market? Which is better if you were to pick one? And which market sell less second-hand stuffs? I have only 1 day in Sydney to tour around so time is tight :( Many thanks!
Paddington Market is a community market set up in the grounds of a church, its sells clothing, books, records, antiques, has some commercial food outlets, sells vegetables & fruit and has a real social feel about it. The Rocks Market is more commercial, full of artists, jewellery makers, clothing, souvenirs, furniture, in the heart of an area full of cafes and restaurants, very touristy and quite expensive, not a place to look for a bargain. Not to be confused with Paddy's Markets which is at Haymarket near Central, opens every day and sells fresh produce especially fruit and vegetables on Friday & Saturday. I hope that helps you.
I read somewhere that there was a free tour/walk at 6.00pm every day. Can anyone confirm that this is still available and if it is, where is the meeting place for the start of the tour? Thank you
Rocks at 6pm Free Walking Tour - 1 ½ Hour Tour Every Day 6pm Join us and we’ll delve deeper into the history of The Rocks, the site of Australia’s first European settlement. We’ll explore its lane ways, pubs, and historical buildings and tell you its stories of murders, muggings and mysteries. ... Where to meet: 6pm Every Evening from in front (water side) of Cadman’s Cottage. Rain, hail or shine, no need to book. You’ll find your guide wearing a bright green “I’m Free” T-shirt. ... HOW ARE WE FREE?: We want everyone whatever their budget to enjoy Sydney as much as we do. For this reason we don’t charge up front, instead we leave it to you to decide what you thought the tour was worth at the end. WHEN: 6pm Every Day (excluding Christmas Day, 25th December & New Years Eve, 31st December). WHERE: Cadman’s Cottage (water side), 110 George St. See below for more information on how to find us. ... WHAT WE’LL COVER: Murders and Mysteries The Rock’s Laneways Susannah Place The First Hanging The Plague in Sydney Convicts, Sailors and Rocks’ Characters Australia’s Largest Bank Robbery The Big Dig archaeological site Historic Pubs and Breweries Sydney Cities Oldest House Observatory Hill Foundation Park The current Rocks Protests … and more!
Hi rakshita - how did you get around The Rocks - did you go for the free walking tour or a self tour?
The whole Rocks area is about 1 kilometre square, so there is no need to worry about public transport to get around. Just go for a stroll around the narrow streets and enjoy the views. Also worth looking in the tourist shops and quaint cafes and pubs for some great food.
Hola Nina, Estoy pensando en visitar Australia y tratando de armar qué lugares conocer y cómo llegar allí. Te quería preguntar cómo te manejaste para llegar a los distintos lugares que visitaste. por ejemplo, The Rocks. Se puede llegar con medios de transporte público? Son buenos? Agradeceré cualquier información que me puedas dar. Saludos! Silvina
El área de las rocas está situado en la parte principal de la ciudad junto a la estación de tren de Circular Quay y situado cerca de la terminal de ferry más grande de la ciudad. También hay una terminal de autobuses en las inmediaciones. Estoy seguro de que cuando el llegar a Circular Quay, que le caminar a cualquier destino en la zona histórica Rocks. Si necesita obtener más información acerca de Australia, usted debe visitar el Consulado de Australia en España.
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