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Holiday Inn Darling Harbour

Cosas que hacer en Sydney

Holiday Inn Darling Harbour is a contemporary hotel is a former 1890’s wool store close to the bustling Chinatown, Darling Square, ICC Sydney & Cockle Bay Wharf.

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Darling Harbour: Shopping / Restaurants/ Pubs

Harbourside, Darling Harbour, NSW 2000

The City's premier entertainment district is right at your door with a vast array of shopping and restaurants to choose from. Harbourside Darling Harbour is home to many local and international clothing brands and an endless choice of restaurants and cafes that look out to the cool waters of Darling Harbour. Market City is 500 metres walk from the Holiday Inn and is home to many brand name factory outlets.

Sydney SeaLife Aquarium

Aquarium Pier, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW 2000

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is one of the world's largest aquariums and we recommend that you allow around 90 minutes for your visit. Last admissions are at 6pm daily.

Shopping / Restaurants / Pubs

Darling Harbour offers a feast of delectable dining venues across three stunning locations-Harbourside, Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf. Harbourside Shopping Centre is a favourite destination for dining and entertainment with a great range of casual eateries, cafes, bars, shopping and fine dining. Cockle Bay Wharf offers some of the best of Sydney's restaurants, many situated on the edge of Sydney Harbour providing picturesque waterfront dining.

Sydney Opera House

Circular Quay, Sydney, NSW 2000

Sydney Opera House is a masterpiece of late modern architecture. In its short lifetime, Sydney Opera House has earned a reputation as a world-class performing arts centre and become a symbol of both Sydney and the Australian nation. Within this unique building lives a wide range of venues and facilities

Entertainment Quarter

122 Lang Road, Moore Park, Sydney, NSW 2021

The EQ is the entertainment destination in Sydney, opened 364 days a year. The precinct includes 16 Hoyts cinemas in two separate buildings: 12 in a mainstream complex echoing the grand architecture of the art deco period, and 4 in a modern complex which caters specifically for the ever-growing market of specialist films. The total seating capacity of the cinemas is 4000. Both complexes offer a cinema experience unmatched to anywhere in Australia, with stadium seating.

Sydney Tower Eye (Best viewing point of city)

100 Market Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

Put simply, there is no better place enjoy a sunny day in Sydney than at Sydney Tower Eye, whether it be on a SKYWALK adventure, or from the comfort of the Observation Deck. Being on location at the highest point in Sydney means you will actually be closer to the sun than anyone else in the city. So this means you will have the sunniest (and best) view of our beautiful harbour city.

Star City Casino

80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont, Sydney, NSW 2009

Making the most of stunning views of the harbour and city, The Star boasts over 20 restaurants, bars and cafés as well as a luxury 16-room day spa, events and entertainment centre and upscale retail and casino areas.

Taronga Zoo

Bradleys Head Road, Mosman, Sydney, NSW 2088

Taronga Zoo is the city zoo of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and is located on the shores of Sydney Harbour in the suburb of Mosman. It was officially opened on 7 October 1916. Divided into eight zoogeographic regions, the 21-hectare (52-acre) Taronga Zoo is home to over 4,000 animals of 340 species. It has a zoo shop, a cafe, and information centre.

Queen Victoria Building

455 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

The Queen Victoria Building is a late nineteenth-century building designed by the architect George McRae in the central business district . The Romanesque Revival building was constructed between 1893 and 1898 and is 30 metres wide by 190 metres long. The building fills a city block bounded by George, Market, York and Druitt Streets. Designed as a marketplace, it was used for a variety of other purposes. Todays it houses some of the City's best shopping.

National Maritime Museum

2 Murray Street, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW 2000

Sydney Town Hall

483 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

The Sydney Town Hall is a landmark sandstone building in Sydney. It stands opposite the Queen Victoria Building and alongside St Andrew's Cathedral. Sitting above the busy Town Hall station and between the cinema strip on George Street and the Central Business District, the steps of the Town Hall are a popular meeting place.

Sydney Chinatown and Paddy's Market

Thomas Street, Haymarket, Sydney, NSW 2000

Paddy's Markets is located in Haymarket, beside Chinatown and is more like a traditional flea market, specialising in inexpensive imported clothes, giftware and also has a small section for fresh fruit, vegetables and seafood. Sydney's Paddy's Markets Haymarket site also sells souvenirs which makes it popular with tourists.

Royal Botanical Gardens

Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW 2000

The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is the major botanical garden located in the heart of Sydney. Opened in 1816, the garden is the oldest scientific institution in Australia and one of the most important historic botanical institutions in the world. It is open every day of the year and access is free. Its stunning position on Sydney Harbour and immediately adjacent to the downtown area and the Sydney Opera House.

ICC International Convention Centre

14 Darling Drive, Sydney, NSW 2000

ICC Sydney is Australia’s first fully-integrated convention, exhibition and entertainment venue. Featuring a striking contemporary design, leading technology and world-class meeting and exhibition spaces, ICC Sydney is the premier destination to connect, celebrate and innovate.