Pullman at Sydney Olympic Park

Olympic Boulevard, Homebush, New South Wales, 2127, Australia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 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

    Birthday weekend!

    A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on May 19, 2014

    1 comment

    ... 1996 and they were delicious! The Italian food we had was seriously yummy and we all made a good choice. We tried to go to Paddy's markets but it was Monday so it was closed. Devo'd. On the way home Rania and Sophie stopped in at the Japanese hairdressers to see how much it would cost and apparently for long hair it costs double the price!!! Unbelievable! We walked back through Hyde Park past the Anzac memorial on the way home for a snooze and Brian Blessed was snoring ...

    Yass here we come.. Make that hello Sydney!

    A travel blog entry by familytrip2010 on Apr 03, 2014

    5 comments, 9 photos

    ... to more suitable thongs, we start with the re-creation……(hopefully see photo below?!) Quick lunch break and back on the road.

    Cruising nicely we fly past Yass at about 1ish and figure why sit in the van in the rain when we can sit in the car in the rain and travel less km’s tomorrow, so onward we push…..we come up with the marvellous idea to stay at Gateway Big 4 in Parklea Sydney, we’ve stayed there a couple ...

    Living up to Expectations

    A travel blog entry by numinoustravel on Mar 30, 2014

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... to have called Australia home 40,000-80,000 years ago. The Aboriginals are believed to have been among the first people who migrated out of Africa and likely achieved this by passing through South-East Asia and crossing a land mass that formed between New Guinea and the Sahul continent (Australia was called Sahul when it was conjoined with Tasmania and surrounding islands). The Aboriginals had a strong dependence on the land they lived on, ...

    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

    ... left Australia. Now, Monique has a dog, Rex and a cockatoo, Scarlet . This is Ariana’s dream home with lots of pets.

    We then left Elena at Gordon’s train station where she met Zara and Asha, her friends from Switzerland who now live in Sydney. Coincidentally, Asha had also been at the same swimming competition as Monique. It was great to see Ali, who we ...


    A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Feb 27, 2014

    92 photos

    ... as opposed to paying to be in a hostel with **** weather and not a lot to do. Obviously one of the must do’s is sight seeing around the harbour bridge and opera house. So we did this on one of the first days with good weather. To climb the harbour bridge is between $200 and $300, a huge expense… so instead I paid $8 (got away as a student) and went up on One of the towers at either end. I think you get just as good views and I don't think walking over it is ...