Novotel Sydney Olympic Park

Cnr Olympic Blvd & Herb Elliott Ave, Homebush, New South Wales, 2127, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cnr Olympic Blvd & Herb Elliott Ave, Homebush, is near Sydney Olympic Park, Stadium Australia, Olympic Stadium, and State of Origin.
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    Travel Blogs from Homebush

    Birthday weekend!

    A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on May 19, 2014

    1 comment

    ... she got to meet the crazy tramp that lives in the car park. Once we had all showered, changed and eaten our muesli Rania and Laura's tours commenced. We took them to The Opera house, The Rocks, saw some people making sticks of rock which was fascinating and then to Darling Harbour, Chinatown, Hyde Park then home for a snooze. We had lunch at Darling harbour which was delicious. Having tried oysters for the first time since the best holiday in the world ever ...

    Yass here we come.. Make that hello Sydney!

    A travel blog entry by familytrip2010 on Apr 03, 2014

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... 8230;."on the road to Gundagai” (I know I said no singing) I remember the gorgeous photo I have as my facebook home page of the 3 kids sitting at the fountain taken about 9 years ago. I come up with the idea they could do the same pose today! YAY both of us say (not such enthusiasm form my friends in the back seat but they’ll get over it!) Arriving at said fountain I show my models the exact pose to strike and after Emma changes her black ...

    Living up to Expectations

    A travel blog entry by numinoustravel on Mar 30, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    One of the most recognised cities in Australia, Sydney is the home of cultural diversity, early Australian history and some of the most breathtaking attractions in Australia.

    Sydney is the birthplace of colonised Australia with Lieutenant James Cook (he wasn't yet a Captain) landing in the famous Botany Bay in 1770. But before Captain Cook made Australia formally belonging to Britain, the Indigenous people of Australia, the Aboriginals, ...

    Day 208/211 Back in Sydney /Tornem a casa a Sydney

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Mar 16, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... the Maritime Museum where we spent hours, the ferry to Manly and the huge fruit bats. All good memories.

    Since it is Friday, the girls have already planned a sleepover with their friends. We understand they need their own space, after 7 months being with us.

    Alan picks up Ariana after Monique finishes her swimming competition at Homebush. They look so happy! Monique took care of Ariana’s bunny “Soup Salad” ...


    A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Feb 27, 2014

    92 photos

    I flew to Sydney from Adelaide and was picked up from the airport by Emma. Emma is Hazel's older sister who emigrated here with her husband around 9 months ago. They kindly said they would put us both up for a few nights… and ended getting lumped with us for almost 3 weeks! This was a godsend and saved us around $25 a night… adding up to a lot of money. It also worked out nicely as the weather in Sydney was 80% **** so having somewhere nice to chill out and do nothing ...