• Ian Willis deposited The quay transforms from transport to tourist mecca in the group Group logo of Urban StudiesUrban Studies on Humanities Commons 11 months, 1 week ago

    Circular Quay was one of the first points of contact between First Nations people and Europeans, and to this day, it is one of the busiest localities on Sydney Harbour. The quay’s history is rich as it is still a busy transport hub, government administration area and commercial zone. In more recent decades, it’s expanded to include thriving entertainment and cultural precincts – it’s become a tourist mecca. It was known to the Eora.