Can be a bit daunting but just enjoy it. Various types of ferries to various destinations from several piers. Just read the screens and tap on and off. Restaurants around not very exciting. For years they have talked of putting the overhead road and rail underground, dream on.
A fascinating place to observe the passing parade and buskers of every type. Paths lead to the Opera House, the Museum of Contempory art and the city. A crossroads of visitors and ferry commuters alike.
Nice port area in a very good central location. It’s a very functional area with commuter ferries coming in and out all the time. It’s also superbly integrated with the rail system which is right at hand. The fun thing too are the views of Sydney Harbour bridge. The shops…
Sitting right on the harbor by the Opera House it has mostly eating establishments for just about every taste. A lot of tourists are there during the day, but they say locals come in after dark.
Ferries coming and going. Harbour Cruise Boats floating in and out and plenty of food shops for lunch and a snack, this place has it all going on and is a must see if visiting Sydney