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The Lal Qila Located 30 Lime St Darling Harbor (King St. Wharf) is by a wide margin the most well known.
Appreciating pride of spot close to the waterfront in Sydney's most alluring area, with simple access to Sydney transports, Buses, Trains, ferries and additionally the Sydney Wildlife World, Aquarium, Sydney Showboats, Australian National Maritime Museum, IMAX Theatre and Circular Quay.
From the CBD: stroll down King Street towards Darling Harbor. At the crossing point of King Street and Sussex Street you will discover the King Street Pedestrian Bridge that leads straightforwardly to King Street Wharf.
From Wynyard Train Station: Take the York St exit, then walk West down Erskine Street towards Darling Harbor. Toward the end of Erskine St, where it meets Lime Street, Turn left to achieve Lal Qila (5 to 10 minute walk).
From Town Hall Train Station: Once you leave the station, walk north along George Street, and after that go left into King Street. At the crossing point of King Street and Sussex Street you will discover the King Street Pedestrian Bridge that leads to Lime St King Street Wharf. (10 to 15 minute walk).
Sydney buses 412 and 413 services that both go along Parramatta Road and go by Central Railway, then proceed with George Street before going to Lime St King Street Wharf. These transports are planned each 15 to 20 minutes amid crest times.
Request that the Taxi Driver take you to King Street Wharf Darling Harbor. Land on Lime Street.
Farris runs frequently to Darling Harbour from Circular Quay, Milsons Point, McMahons Point and Balmain. Get off on King Street Wharfs and head towards to Lime St.