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Sydney’s biggest make over: The Circular Quay development

By Danielle Banton

Nestled between two of the city’s most famous landmarks — the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House — the Circular Quay precinct should be the location in Sydney. Sadly however, years of deterioration and neglect have seen the area become an eyesore.

Cue the state government’s $200 million vision to transform the rundown ferry terminals into futuristic, glass-panelled wharves, complete with impressive outdoor restaurants and shopping outlets. It also has a significant cultural identity in the nation’s history, Circular Quay has been the hub for Sydney’s ferries since the First Fleet, with the first service established in 1789 to operate between Sydney and Parramatta – It’s now time for a change.

Director at Ray White Double Bay Craig Pontey said that the development would yield much needed reinvigoration of the Quay and its immediate neighbours, bolstering both tourism and the property market. He firmly believes that the Quay and its immediate neighbours are a wise investment…For beautiful city access properties contact Ray White Double Bay.

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