Sydney Serviced Apartments

Sydney

Serviced Apartments in Sydney

Overview

There is no escaping the fact that Sydney is a great tourist destination. No matter how much or how little time you have to explore the sights you won’t be disappointed. Take a stroll from your Sydney accommodation and wander Darling Harbour, visit the Sydney Olympic Park or enjoy a coffee in a pavement café before returning to your accommodation in Sydney for a well-earned rest.

It is possible to climb Sydney Harbour Bridge. Since 1998 it has been possible to climb the southern half of the bridge, day or night, on an organised tour taking three and a half hours. 

Weather

Sydney has a temperate climate with an average of 300 days of sunshine each year. Summers (December – February) tend to be warm and humid with temperatures averaging around 26°c, sometimes reaching 40°c. Winters (June-August) are normally cool but not cold with temperatures ranging between 14-17°c. 

Sightseeing


There is so much to see and do in Sydney that there is something to suit every taste and timetable. Here are some of the highlights:
•    Sydney Harbour – the largest natural harbour in the world and easily the most beautiful. Home to iconic landmarks such as Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Take a stroll around, enjoy a boat ride, climb the bridge or just simply admire this stunning backdrop.
•    The Rocks – the historical centre of the city. 
•    Darling Harbour – the former dockside area is now a major tourist attraction packed with restaurants, shops, museums, cinemas and an aquarium.
•    Bondi Beach – one of the most famous beaches in the world is just 15 minutes from the city centre.
•    Sydney Olympic Park – the site for the 2000 Olympic Games is now an attraction in its own right. A must for any sports enthusiasts. 

Transport


Sydney boasts a comprehensive transport network linking the whole of the city.
•    Ferry – commuter ferries criss-cross Sydney Harbour.
•    Train – links the suburbs with the city centre.
•    Bus – routes operate in and out of the city centre.
•    Monorail – links Darling Harbour, the city centre and Chinatown.
•    Light Rail – services link Central Station with Star City and Lilyfield.

Eat/Drink

There isn’t much you can’t find in Sydney. There are a number of local specialities that are extremely popular including:
•    Pie and chips 
•    Kangaroo meat – various cuts are available as well as kangaroo sausages.
•    Rock Oysters – a Sydney speciality.
•    Pavlova – the classic Australian desert. 
•    Wine – Australian wine is famous the world over.