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Quality Hotel Cambridge

2010 Sydney, 1., 212 Riley Street Sury Hills NSW

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  • Room Facilities: Air Conditioning, Balcony, Bath, Shower, Telephone, Toilet, TV

    Breakfast: Not included in the price.

    City tax: Included in the price.

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Places to see in Sydney

Places to see in Sydney, things to do in Sydney Australia

1. The Sydney Opera House

Named as one of the 20 finalists in the New 7 Wonders of the world project, impeccable taste and original design go hand in hand when you think of the Sydney Opera House. Take a wander around this marvelous structure and enjoy the harbour views, or sip a bevy on an outside patio while soaking up the seaside ambience. Not just one of Sydney’s architectural bests, the Sydney Opera House also offers up plenty of cultural activities for the artistic at heart. It is home to the Sydney Theatre Company and the Sydney Symphony. Choose from ballets, concerts, opera, theater, and much, much more.



2. The Rocks

The Rocks is one of the oldest and most historic regions of Sydney. It brims with yesteryear charm and boasts many gastronomic and shopping delights. A must-do are The Rocks Markets, (George & Playfair Streets) where over 150 stalls offer up handcrafted goods and Australian delicacies such as honey-roasted macadamia nuts and homemade jams and lemonade. And you can’t go to The Rocks without enjoying a bite to eat at one of the award-winning restaurants. Entertain the kids at Pancakes on The Rocks, (4, Hickson Rd) seek out a well-hidden Italian trattoria, or soak up the marvelous views of the harbour while dining on lobster at Waterfront Restaurant, (27 Circular Quay West). Alternatively, leave your wallet at your hotel and simply enjoy a romantic stroll through the cobble streets, immersing yourself in the atmosphere of years gone by.



3. Sydney Harbour Bridge

This is a famous landmark that needs no introduction. Try climbing this well known bridge all the way to the top where you will come face to face with breathtaking views over the city and beyond the Pacific. But be warned: this activity is not for the faint at heart and if vertigo is your nemesis you may want to stick to walking across, instead of up, this Aussie masterpiece.



4. Museum of Contemporary Art

If art is your passion then be sure to add the Museum of Contemporary Art, (MCA) to the top of your must-see list. As the only Australian museum dedicated to exhibiting, interpreting, and collecting contemporary art from Australia and around the world, the MCA is constantly showcasing an impressive collection to satisfy even the most discerning art coinsure. Perched between Circular Quay and The Rocks, the MCA makes for the perfect pit stop on a sightseeing journey around Sydney.



5. Bondi Beach

Home to the one of the world’s oldest surf life saving clubs, if not the oldest, this beautiful beach is the closest to the Sydney city centre (8kms). With the bright sunny days we get in Sydney Australia, even winter days are enjoyable here. 1km long, this south facing beach can attract more than 40,000 visitors on a typical summer weekend.



6. Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour boasts some of Australia’s finest museums and entertainment facilities as well as being a well known conference and exhibition centre. Just a 10 to 15 minute walk west of the Sydney city centre. There is also a light rail service from Central Station and Haymarket, as well as the monorail operating from stations in the city.



7. Sydney Taronga Zoo's Australian Animals Tour and Sky Safari

The Zoo with a View is just 12 minutes by ferry from downtown Sydney and is located on the spectacular shores of Sydney Harbor. Begin your day with a meet-and-greet by one of the Zoo's senior expert guides. Join an informative introduction into Australia's unique animals and discover the elusive real-life Sydney Olympic 2000 mascot animals - the Platypus, Echidna, Kookaburra and Frilled Lizard in the Streets 'Creatures of the Wollemi'. You'll also meet other Australian native animals in the 'Australian Walkabout' exhibit. There's lots of excellent photo opportunities with koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, birds, wombats and echidnas so don't forget your camera!



8.Royal Botanic garden

The Royal Botanic Gardens - a botanical and cultural oasis, a green sanctuary in the heart of the great city of Sydney. Eyes wide open and you may see an Orchard butterfly as big as your hand, a jewel-like Superb Fairy Wren that will fit in your hand, a colony of Pearl White Butterflies blown off course from the tropics and now safe in the Gardens, or a Titan Arum fl ower two metres high. You might also find a leaf from the Sandpaper Fig that doubles as an emery board, a lotus fit for an emperor, or a Wollemi Pine from the Age of the Dinosaurs. Be surprised by two-metre-long native slithery eels, lizards with blue tongues, giant seeds sculptured from copper wire, Swamp Oaks planted in 1816, majestic Sydney Red Gums and stately Moreton Bay Figs.



9. Sydney Olympic Park

With 9 major sporting, event and entertainment venues and parks, Sydney Olympic Park is Australia's most important and diverse urban precinct surrounded by one of the largest urban parklands in the world. Each year more than 8.2 million visitors come to Sydney Olympic Park to enjoy the wide range of leisure, entertainment, cultural, sporting and educational activities. More information is available regarding outdoor space hire. Nearly 1,800 events are held at the Park each year including Australia's biggest event - the annual Sydney Royal Easter Show at Sydney Showground. The Park also plays host to over 40 different sports each year, both at professional and amateur levels. Such as NRL and ARL games at ANZ Stadium, the Medibank International at the Tennis Centre, the National Australian Swimming Championships at the Aquatic Centre and the National Athletics Championships at the Athletic Centre.



10. Sydney Featherdale Wildlife Park Cuddle a Koala Tour

Are you an animal lover - then this tour Sydney Featherdale Wildlife Park Cuddle a Koala Tour is for you! An excellent opportunity to observe Australia's most unique native animals-close up. Meet the locals; Kangaroos, Wombats, Goannas, Emus, colorful Parrots, Tasmanian Devils and more. An excellent opportunity to observe and meet Australia's most unique native animals-close up! Spend some quality time and get to know Australia's most special friend, the Koala. Featherdale Wildlife Park is located in Western Sydney, about a 40-minute journey from the city center.



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