Apartment Hotel Sydney Central

Address: 8 14 Brumby St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2010, Australia | Condo
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Location

This condo, located in the Darlinghurst area of Sydney, is near The Opera Centre, Central Station Sydney, Belvoir Street Theatre, and Brett Whiteley Studio Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Sydney

Day 28 Christchurch to Sydney

A travel blog entry by ardbackpacker on Mar 05, 2015

... in and we were transported to the Airport. We had a bite to eat before checking in and simply waited for the gate to open. Flight to Sydney was good, 3hrs only (700miles) but traffic at Sydney meant we were held for 15 min before landing. Had a beef three course dinner. Disappointed we didn't see the copy of the Tyne Bridge! We both watched the Stephen Hawkin movie and believe it or not we're willing the flight to last longer so we could see the ...

Southern Hemisphere and ANB-Sponsored Groupon!

A travel blog entry by jenniandpeter on Feb 04, 2015

3 comments, 5 photos

... things that tourists are supposed to do in Sydney. We started by walking the Harbour bridge, which allowed us to capture a few hundred additional photos of the iconic opera house. On the other side of the bridge, we quenched our thirst at Sydney's oldest pub, the Lord Nelson hotel. It was a very warm day, at about 30 degrees Celsius (roughly 180 degrees Fahrenheit, we're pretty sure), so the air conditioning and cool beers came in handy. We saw the first Coloradoans of ...

Good Day Mate...

A travel blog entry by bill_and_dessa on Jan 31, 2015

2 comments, 60 photos

... rewarded for our willingness to sit out in the wetness for a few hours. There was music mixed by a popular local DJ - a blend of rock and pop that was really good. The fireworks were phenomenal. Awesome sprays and showers of sparks close to the water as well as the typical aerial display, really the best I have seen in many years (and a bit of a surprise given the disappointing fireworks we saw on Saturday night). The fireworks were primarily launched ...

Glebe (Sydney) WC 12th January 2015

A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Jan 18, 2015

6 photos

... spent walking around the bays, others shopping for food or clothes and some just chilling out. We have had to invest in more work attire which feels like dead money but at least we're now equipped with a Monday to Thursday cycle! We did have the pleasure this week of meeting Simon, the gentleman who kindly extended the offer of his room whilst he was away. Simon was back for one night before leaving again and we took the opportunity to get to know him and hope that when he ...

A Snapshot of Sydney

A travel blog entry by lauraegg on Jan 13, 2015

7 photos

... Day.

After exploring The Rocks, it's inevitably time to walk the bridge. Take the Argyle Stairs which cut through the sandstone rockface and, after a short walk, you'll arrive at Sydney's ultimate viewing platform. I walked the full length of Harbour Bridge and it is definitely worth it. The views of the city and surrounding ocean are spectacular. There is the option of climbing the bridge for even better views but you'll need $200 handy for ...