Robert Campbell was a Scottish merchant who is sometimes referred to as the "father of Australian commerce." Campbell broke the stranglehold that the British East India Company exercised over seal and whale products, which were New South Wales's only exports in those early days. The cove's atmospheric sandstone Campbell's Storehouse, built from 1838 onward, now houses waterside restaurants. The pulleys that were used to hoist cargoes still hang on the upper level
of the warehouses. The cove is also the mooring for Sydney's fully operational tall ships which conduct theme cruises around the harbor.
Campbell's Storehouse, 7–27 Circular Quay West, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia