Novotel Sydney Olympic Park

Address: Olympic Boulevard, Homebush, New South Wales, 2127, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Olympic Boulevard, Homebush, is near Sydney Olympic Park, Stadium Australia, Olympic Stadium, and State of Origin.
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    Travel Blogs from Homebush

    An amazing week in Sydney

    A travel blog entry by robhoskin on May 21, 2015

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    ... food break at the funfair we went back up a massive hill, which nearly saw Chelsea roll backwards (She's not a big fan of hills), and back over the bridge. We rode around the whole of Darling Harbour which was really nice and also really quiet in places, obviously a part of the city that not many people know about! We then rode back to the central harbour and walked around the outside of the opera house taking in all the sights. I think the three of us are ...

    Universal Studios

    A travel blog entry by milnefamily on Apr 13, 2015

    ... had to pick just one I'd go with our 2nd trip. Quick stop for another frozen butterbeer , a chocolate pretzel wand and a pumpkin cake, then off to the Jurassic Park Discovery Center. (Mark & I had a bit of a sit while the boys ran around and tried out the exhibits) Reilly decided that it was now time for the rides where you get wet! First off was Jurassic Park River Adventure. We survived the dinosaurs but we got soaked!!! Next, Ripsaw Falls, but just for ...

    Sydney: The Great Outdoors

    A travel blog entry by lauraegg on Mar 25, 2015

    30 photos

    ... and made a swift exit to the car. Not giving up that easily, some continued to follow us, flying from branch to branch of the nearby trees. Have you seen the size of their beaks?! Fortunately we lived to tell the tale.

    I only wish we had been able to spend more time in the Royal National Park. It is an amazing place spanning 16,000 which we only got to explore a small part of. It should definitely be on everyone’s to do list when visiting ...

    Day 1 - calluses and cakes!

    A travel blog entry by thesleepysloth on Mar 06, 2015

    1 photo

    ... that could conceivably be considered a breakfast food. I helped myself to some chocolate pancakes (delicious) and then then set out to find somewhere to sit. Unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, there were no free table so I decided to be brave and approached a lady sitting alone and asked if I could join here, she said yes, and then we spent a happy 30 min chatting about everything from her work as a teachers aid to the state ...

    The Long Day - Part 1 (Sydney)

    A travel blog entry by sstevens_99 on Feb 08, 2015

    ... they had had a great evening - and thought I looked like the kind of chap who may appreciate some interaction with them.. Putting my head down, I managed to make it past the first group without making eye contact - however a girl in the second group decided I was in need of livening up with a good old-fashioned high five. Only problem was that she couldn't see straight, and only managed to whack me (and it REALLY hurt!).. After making it the rest of the way ...