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Cruise ships of all lines dock in Sydney at two locations, each of which can accommodate 1 vessel at a time.

 

1. Overseas Passenger Terminal - Circular Quay.

 

2. Wharf 5, Hickson Rd, Darling Harbour.

 

The following link indicates the Port of Sydney berth allocation by date order for all cruise departures/arrivals.

 

http://www.sydneyports.com.au/port_operations/cruise_schedule

 

This list is sorted by date, so it is easy to find your departure/arrival. Look down the list then across to the right, to find the location.

 

(copied from a previous post on Jun 30/10)

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If you are lucky you will dock at the International Passenger Terminal at The Rocks area just to the right of the bridge and overlooking the Opera House. In the pic ^^^ there is ship (Cunard I think) docked there.

 

Alternatively you will pass under the bridge and dock in Barangaroo.

 

Either way it's quick and easy walk to Circular Quay and the ferries, shopping and trains.

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