Admiral Collingwood Lodge

Address: 5 Collingwood Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2047, Australia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 5 Collingwood Street, Sydney, is near Cockatoo Island, AAT Kings Sydney Day Tours, Dawn Fraser Swimming Pool, and Dawn Fraser Pool.
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      An education

      A travel blog entry by rabell70 on Feb 11, 2015

      ... yanked me into the ultra-posh place with her. It was crammed full of people, about 80% of whom were neighbors all dishing about the property and what they thought it might sell for. Minimum asking price: $2.4 million. Today I heard that the developer is hoping to get $2.8M at the auction in a couple of weeks (how properties are sold here). And this isn't even a 'good' neighborhood by Sydney standards.
      - And on that topic, no one who lives in ...


      A travel blog entry by hayleym on Jan 21, 2015

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      ... reminiscing about the tour and she was still obsessing about Jade - get the hell over it already! It was nice to catch up though, she was meant to be working that day but called in sick. She'd only been there a week or so! We got ready and went out for some lunch together. We didn't really do much else all day, we were going to go and see the Opera House and Harbour Bridge by catching the free shuttle, but she had forgotten her phone so we had to go back to the flat to ...

      Spectacular Harbour

      A travel blog entry by yvrbhoy on Jan 20, 2015

      24 photos

      ... Bay (as the French arrived) into Port Jackson/Sydney Cove (Lord Sydney, British Secretary of State) on January 26 (now celebrated as Australia Day) and claimed the territory for the British.

      After disembarking, we were transported to Darling Harbour where we boarded a small ship to take in the sights of Sydney Harbour. We travelled out under the Bridge, past the Opera House and along the southern ...

      Glebe (Sydney) WC 5th January 2014

      A travel blog entry by pasturesblue on Jan 11, 2015

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      ... to is its unbelievable! We've managed to find a place o live so we'll be out of their hair. And we've managed to find a job to afford the place we're going to live - plus the money is so much better over here we hope to be able to save a little for future travels! If the next week which includes starting the job, moving in to the place and now seemingly importantly football trials goes well, then hopefully we'll be pretty comfortable in time for next weeks entry! Written by ...

      Happy New Year from Sydney

      A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Dec 28, 2014

      5 comments, 49 photos

      ... to our Hong Kong apartment - you could actually swing a cat in there, though a pretty small one!

      Fu Manchu was a perfect start to our eating tour of Sydney - it was no less than 10 steps from our apartment, was an asian fusion restaurant (our favourite), and had some delicious sake, one of which was sweeter than most and made by the only female sake producers. Top marks!

      Let the tourism begin again! We had to plan our days pretty well as we were only ...