Sunnybrook Hotel & Convention Center

Address: 355 Hume Hwy, Warwick Farm, New South Wales, 2170, Australia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 355 Hume Hwy, Warwick Farm, is near The Rocks, Kings Cross, Fairfield City Farm, and Day Trips to Asia.
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Travel Blogs from Warwick Farm

Bondi to Tamarama sea sculpture walk

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 01, 2014

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... decided to set out his towel far too close to our stuff for my liking, Poppy came back after a bit to see why I hadn't gone in, and noticing what I had, voiced my concerns as to why he felt the need to be so close when there was room to spread out. He caught us watching him and then packed up his stuff and moved off to another location on the beach. I felt uneasy leaving all our valuables behind, I don't have the lack of concern Andy does, Poppy understanding said ...

A Big Buck and Flashing Boobs

A travel blog entry by ktholin on Oct 31, 2014

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... 3 brown and chestnut horses graze on lush green grass. A beautiful Australian pastoral setting. As we parked and unloaded the car we were greeted by a menagerie of animals. In addition to the horses, Bobby and Kymmie have 4 dogs, 8 chickens, a cat and a pesky magpie. Recently, a white sulfer-crested Cockatiel that Kymmie has attracted with a feeder off their bedroom balcony has joined the fray. All were rescues of some sort that Kymmie managed to ...

Camp Cove & Watsons Bay

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Oct 28, 2014

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... between 1857 - 1933, it was also surrounded by more ancient military dug out look outs. The last section was the tree lined canopy alongside the Watson base. Taking the route back past Lady Bay, with even more men sat along the rocks and one swinging his way along the shore line, it was not difficult to miss even at this distance, why he was proud to be showing off. We made our way back to Camp cove to have a little sun bathe on top of cove rocks. Taking a little climb ...

Blue Mountains

A travel blog entry by mooreaustralia on Oct 09, 2014

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... crocodile. The weather has been lovely today so our short boat trip back to Darling Harbour with a glass of wine really finished the trip off in style. Tonight dinner in Darling Harbour, or Cockle Bay to be precise, on South Steyne a ship built in Leith in 1938 which for many years was a ferry between Sydney and ...

G'day Sydney!

A travel blog entry by thelomaxfamily on Aug 03, 2014

5 comments, 22 photos

... this, Ollie and Tom are messing round with some form of ball, Chris and David are catching up with the Man Utd match, and Sally and Rochelle are doing washing (typical!)
Tommorow morning, we are heading out very early to stay at Heron Island (the Great Barrier Reef) for three nights. We are staying on a small island with no TV, mobiles or WiFi so the next update will have to wait a bit!

See you then!
The Lomaxs