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Ibis Sydney Olympic Park Star Rating 3        
Corner Olympic Boulevard and Herb Elliot Avenue Olympic Park

Within the Sydney Olympic Park complex in the city's western suburbs, this modest hotel sits opposite ANZ Stadium and is a 3-minute walk from Olympic Park train station.Casual, modern rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus desks, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some add sofabeds, and room service is available.
Meriton Serviced Apartments Kent Street Star Rating 4.5        
528 Kent Street

Within a 6-minute walk of 2 train stations, these modern apartments in a city centre high-rise are also a 12-minute walk from both Darling Harbour and the SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium.Featuring contemporary decor, the minimalist studio and 1- to 2-bedroom apartments have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus either kitchenettes or kitchens. All feature washer/dryers; upgraded apartments add espresso coffeemakers, iPod/iPhone docks and city-view balconies.
Brado's Backpackers Star Rating 1        
34-36A Darlinghurst Road

Under 5 minutes' walk from the Kings Cross train and the bus stations, this lively, backpacker hostel for adults aged 18 to 35 is in the centre of bustling Kings Cross and is 4 km from the Sydney Harbour Bridge and 2.6 km Sydney Opera House.Spartan single-sex and female-only dorms sleep from 6 to 12, and come with free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, lockers and minifridges, as well as shared or en suite bathrooms; some have TVs.
Bounce Sydney Star Rating 3        
28 Chalmers Street

This vibrant, colourful hostel is 4 minutes' walk from Central railway station, and 2.1 km from the shops, restaurants and bars of Darling Harbour.The bright private rooms and single-sex or mixed dorms come with Wi-Fi (fee) and lockers.
Park Hyatt Sydney Star Rating 5        
7 Hickson Road

This upscale, harbourside hotel overlooking the Sydney Opera House is 8 minutes' walk from the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and 4.4 km from Darling Harbour.Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, original artwork and chic decor, the sophisticated rooms and suites come with flat-screen TVs, Bose sound systems, Nespresso machines and minibars, as well as en suite bathrooms with marble baths.
Seasons Darling Harbour Star Rating 4        
38 Harbour Street

This upscale, all-suite hotel is an 11-minute walk from both Central station and the attractions and nightlife at Darling Harbour.The apartment-style suites feature soft, warm tones and quilted headboards. They come with Wi-Fi (fee) and flat-screen TVs, plus marble bathrooms and kitchenettes, which include fridges, microwaves and dishwashers.
Grand Mercure The Hills Lodge Star Rating 4        
Cnr Windsor and Salisbury Road

This upscale, 2-storey hotel in Sydney's Hills region is opposite Castle Hill Country Club golf course, 11 km from the Riverside Theatre Parramatta and 19 km from Lane Cove National Park.The relaxed rooms, suites and apartments provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Rooms offer sitting areas; upgraded units come with balconies.
Pier One Sydney Harbour Star Rating 5        
11 Hickson Road The Rocks

This upscale hotel is a 10-minute walk from Circular Quay No. 6 Wharf and 1.9 km from the Sydney Opera House.
Heathcote Hotel        
Cnr Veno Street & The Princes

This unfussy, low-rise hotel, set on the Princes Highway, lies an 11-minute walk from Heathcote town centre, 6 km from Royal National Park and 18 km from Garie Beach.The contemporary rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. They also include tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Surfside Coogee Beach Star Rating 2        
186 Arden Street

This unfussy beachfront hostel is 3.7 km from Bondi Beach and 10 km from the landmark Sydney Opera House.The basic dorm-style rooms have bunk beds and shared bathroom facilities in the hallway; some add balconies and/or ocean views, and some rooms are grouped into suites with private bathrooms and living areas with TVs and DVD players.
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When planning a trip to Sydney Australia travelers will want to visit all the beautiful sights and attractions this destination has to offer. A well planned trip will have travelers at ease as they don't have to rush to find one attraction to the next. One important tip is to map out each sight in order to plan the amount of time needed to travel from one spot to the next.

One hot spot to visit in Sydney is the Sydney Opera House. This beautiful opera house was designed by a Dutch architect, Jorn Utzon, and was opened on October 20, 1973. The opera house is a performing arts center located by the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Be sure to check for any upcoming events or just a photo opportunity outside of the opera house.

Bondi Beach is a beautiful beach which is perfect for surfers to catch waves or for a walk on the sand at sunset with that special someone. If dining on the beach travelers will have the chance for some sea-viewing as they enjoy a meal.

The Taronga Zoo is another tourist attraction in Sydney. This zoo has been home to wild life since October 7, 1916. There are over 2,600 animals from 340 species that live in the zoo. There is also a zoo shop and a cafe where visitors can enjoy lunch or an early dinner. In 2009 the first elephant birth took place at the zoo. Tourists can also utilize the Taronga Zoo ferry service which is a 12 minute ride from the city to the zoo.

Tourists can also visit the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium. The aquarium has over 6,000 fish that live there. There are also tunnels that visitors can walk through to see sharks and a recreated Great Barrier Reef exhibit. Designers of the aquarium built the aquarium to resemble a large wave. This same theme is used today in the aquarium.

sydney australiaSome of the more popular restaurants in Sydney include the Cipro Pizza al Taglio. This casual dining restaurant offers patrons thick crusted pizza topped with fresh ingredients such as zucchini and ricotta for an Italian taste. The Paramount Coffee Project offers coffee and espresso bars. Some other menu items include double fried chicken waffles and peanut butter ice-cream. The decor of the Paramount Coffee Project offers high ceilings and art deco for visitors to take in.

The Henson offers friendly staff and extensive list of beer. This is a family friendly pub which offers a courtyard in the back for children to enjoy. The Kaho Pla offers Thai food with a bit of spice. Menu items include sashimi scalloped salad with a kick. They also offer tamarind-tangy pork ribs.

There are many places to visit attraction wise and for dining needs when planning a trip to Sydney Australia. Many places are family friendly as well so that everyone in the family can enjoy what Sydney has to offer in terms of places to visit and food to eat.br>