Emma receives a standing ovation from kids and adults alike
Address: Alfred Street Sydney NSW 2000
At a Glance:
Entry Fee: No, however each performer expects a financial contribution for your entertainment.
Kiosk or Cafe: Plenty of places to grab a bite to eat, and/or an ice cream for the whole family.
Playground: Circular Quay is a family playground in itself. Many kids sit right behind the roped area, and get the best views of the house when street performers act for everyone's entertainment.
Toilets: At Circular Quay Train Station. Toilets are also available inside Customs House, and at the Sydney Opera House.
Water: Water bottles are available to purchase at any food outlet at Circular Quay - near where the various street performers perform.
Age Suitability: Ages 3 plus
The other performer on the other end. The kids of Sydney also love him.
Sydney attracts an abundance of street performers who pull out their magic. Circular Quay is one street theatre hot spot. There are some clever people who perform clever tricks. Before their magic finale, they tell a lot of jokes - some of which are funny while others aren't that funny in comparison.
A fair few kids paying attention
Many kids love to get the best views of the house so to speak. They sit right behind the roped area, and one lucky kid gets to assist the performer with a simple act. In exchange that child might be lucky to be given $5 or $10 cash to keep. Many kids are laughing at the jokes, and many are eager to put their hands up to 'volunteer' when asked.
More kids in between the adults
Emma (that British woman who can squeeze herself into a tiny box) is located right near the Overseas Passenger Terminal. She normally performs on a Saturday afternoon. The kids of Sydney love her. The other performer (has blonde hair, I don't know his name) is located right in between Gelatissimo and Baskin Robbins. The kids love it when he juggles with fire on something like a tightrope.