Circular Quay is a major Sydney transport hub, with a large ferry, rail and bus interchange. The Cahill Expressway is a prominent feature of the quay, running from the east, over the elevated railway station to join the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the west. Sydney Cove was the site of the initial landing of the First Fleet in Port Jackson. Circular Quay was originally mainly used for shipping and slowly developed into a transport, leisure and recreational centre. Sydney Ferries services use wharves 2, 3, 4 and 5 at Circular Quay. Each wharf has ticket vending machines and ticket barriers, and is wheelchair-accessible.
Balmain East- This wharf also serves the suburb of Balmain East and is located on Darling Street. The wharf is not wheelchair-accessible.
Cremorne Point- This wharf serves the suburb of Cremorne Point and is located on Milsons Road. The wharf is wheelchair-accessible. There is a small cafe on the wharf that serves food and coffee every day from 6am-3pm. The wharf once sunk.
Kirribilli- This wharf serves the suburb of Kirribilli and is located on Holbrook Street. The wharf is not wheelchair-accessible. Kirribilli wharf is also home to a small gourmet eatery, the Kirribilli Wharf Café. The café is a popular destination for both members of the local community and international tourists alike.
Kurraba Point- This wharf serves the suburb of Karraba Point and is located on Kurraba Road. The wharf is not wheelchair-accessible.