Oaks Hotels & Resorts offers Sydney accommodation which allows you to experience magnificent Sydney Harbour, clean sandy beaches, award winning dining and entertainment and the vibrant Sydney culture.
Sydney is Australia’s true global city and is located within easy access of both domestic and international airports and major highways for all travellers. This multicultural metropolis boasts breathtakingly beautiful natural attractions, iconic man-made landmarks and is the perfect destination for family, romantic and adventure holidays or business trips. All of Sydney’s attractions lie within easy reach of the city centre which you can visit with ease via public or private transport.
|Attractions which are a must for all tourists include seeing the magnificent Sydney Harbour and world famous Sydney Opera House, climbing The Sydney Harbour Bridge and catching the Manly Ferry. Sydney extends north and south of the beautiful Sydney Harbour which allows you to visit numerous clean sandy beaches such as Cronulla, Manly and Bondi, to name a few. The most famous of these is Bondi Beach and is less than 10km from the Sydney CBD. Luna Park, Taronga Park Zoo and the Sydney Aquarium are also a very popular spots for families.|| |
There are numerous dining options within and around Sydney city including high end harbourside restaurants and an enormous range of cheaper alternatives, try Darling Harbour! There is something to tantalize everyone’s taste buds such as seafood, authentic Indian, Australia meals, Italian, the list goes on. Many places including Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, Bondi and Manly provide a choice of late night dining options with intimate wine bars and live entertainment.
| ||Sydney is steeped in history so make sure you visit heritage listed historic and cultural sites like The Rocks, Hyde Park Barracks, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Customs House and the Queen Victoria Building. Fashionistas will love finding designer labels in Oxford Street and major shopping malls through-out the city.|
|So, if you are looking for somewhere to stay while you visit and experience all that beautiful Sydney has to offer then why not book into one of our three Sydney Hotels - Oaks Goldsbrough, Oaks Hyde Park Plaza or the newest property to the Oaks collection Oaks on Castlereagh.|
Vibrant, sophisticated, diverse and beautiful, Sydney has it all.
* Please note: The information listed above is correct as of 1 August 2014.
With over 5000 different Australian fish display the Sydney Aquarium is one of the largest aquariums in the world. With 145 metre of underwater tunnels visitors can "walk on the ocean floor". The aquarium is open 9.30am-9pm daily, with the last admission at 8pm.
|The Sydney Opera House|
Considered by many as one of the wonders of the world, and one of Sydney's most popular icons with travellers from all over the world, the Sydney Opera House is situated on the Sydney Harbour at Bennelong Point.
|The Sydney Harbour Bridge|
A fantastic landmark of Sydney connecting one side of the harbour to the other. The Sydney Harbour Bridges offers a Bridge Climb where you make your way from the base to the summit of the Bridge's famous arch.
|Bondi Beach Sydney|
If you are looking for a day at the beach then take a 30 minute drive from the centre of Sydney down Oxford Street to the south entrance of Bondi Beach.
|Darling Harbour, Sydney|
This is a former dockside area and has been transformed into a major tourist site and leading convention and exhibition centre.
Catch the ferry over to Manly from Circular Quay. This gorgeous suburb near to Sydney Heads is where Port Jackson meets the Tasman Sea. More than 6 million people a year make the trip to Manly.
|Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney|
The Royal Botanic Gardens are a short walk around the water's edge from the Sydney Opera House. A stunning setting with the gardens filling an area of land between the harbour and the eastern part of the central business district.
Situated on elevated land along the waterfront is the nation's leading zoological garden. See some of Australia's finest collection of native animals and a diverse collection of exotic species.
|Chinese Garden of Friendship|
The Chinese Garden of Friendship is one of the only Chinese gardens outside of Asia. It is nestled at the south end of Darling harbour and a short walk from Chinatown.
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