Q Station Sydney Harbour National Park Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Bed and Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Having contacts in places is great at any age but when you are young and want to save money , it is absolutely key. So yesterday,it was confirmed that during the last three nights of this holiday there would be no need to pay. The taxi driver who took me to the hotel on Thursday said in a smooth, laid back Aussie way that I could have stayed with …
... and loads of other things. We got given our card to the room, made our way to the fourth floor and introduced ourselves to our roommates. Friends number 9, 10, 11 and 12 - Nessa and Becca from Newcastle, George from London and Tracy from Germany. It was slightly intimidating as they'd been here for a few weeks already and had formed a group, but they were nice enough. They invited us out for the night, but first things first, we needed to brush our teeth and have a shower before ...
... objects reflecting the diverse aboriginal and torres strait islander cultures. Weapons, weavings, canoes made out of palm bark, are displayed in a striking manner.
We move on to Garrigarrang - Sea country, exhibiting the connection between indigenous australians and the coastal way of life, through the enormous collection of fishing spears, canoes, jewellery, fishing nets etc., Nothing is left to waste is the motto of the local tribes, that ...
... CBD. We originally planned to head up the sky tower however after paying entry fee and for a drink it worked out way more expensive. We heard about O Bar on the walking tour so booked a table and headed for a cocktail or two. O Bar is in Australia Square and as we entered the building and went into the lifts I felt completely out of place - not even 5 days ago I was wondering around looking like is constantly been dragged through a bush backwards 5 times in Fiji, and ...
... br> After walking along this beautiful path under the shining sun, we both were pretty jealous that this was a typical Australian "winter" day. I couldn't help but wonder why I chose to go to a school where we have "ice days".
We made our way back through town and down to the beach. We sat and watched on the water as probably over 100 surfers rode the phenomenal waves. It kind of reminded me of the MaryKate and Ashley movie I used to love as a kid, Our Lips ...