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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.
Salamander Beach Luxury Accommodation Star Rating 4        
196 Soldiers Point Road

Within a minute's walk of the beach, these modest apartments are also 3.3 km from Horizons Golf Resort and 15 km from Tomaree National Park.The colourful studio apartments are individually furnished, and provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Mollymook Shores Motel and Conference Centre        
11 Golf Ave

Within a block of the beach, this modern motel is 1.9 km from Mollymook Golf Club, 4.3 km from the Ulladulla Lighthouse and 18 km from Narrawallee Creek Nature Reserve.
Blue Waters Motel Star Rating 3        
Cnr Wommin Bay Road and Kingscliff Street

Within a block of Kingscliff Beach, this unassuming, family-run motel is 11 km from Gold Coast Airport, and 17 km from the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.Cosy, traditional rooms feature free Wi-Fi and TVs. Some include kitchenettes and/or private patios.
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.
The Imperial Hotel Bowral        
Cnr Bong Bong & Budaroo Sts, Bowral 2576, Australia - Bowral

Within a 13-minute walk of Bradman Oval and The International Cricket Hall of Fame, this laid-back motel, bar, pizzeria and bistro restaurant is in the centre of Bowral town, 2.3 km from Mount Gibraltar.Subdued rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemaking facilities, in addition to desks and sitting areas.
The Observatory Holiday Apartments Star Rating 3.5        
30-36 Camperdown Street

Within 11 minutes' walk of Coffs Harbour International Marina and Jetty Beach, these informal apartments are also 4.3 km from Coffs Harbour Airport.All of the unfussy units have private balconies with harbour or ocean views, plus free Wi-Fi.
Sundeck Hotel Star Rating 3        
Kosciuszko Road

With ski-in/ski-out access to the slopes of Perisher Ski Resort, this modest hotel in Kosciuszko National Park is open seasonally. It's a 9-minute walk from the Skitube railway's Perisher Station and 10 km from Blue Lake.Basic rooms with traditional decor provide Wi-Fi (fee), and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Outrigger Bay Apartments Star Rating 4        
9 Shirley Street

With direct Byron Bay beach access, these serviced apartments are across the road from the Byron Bay Markets and less than 150 metres stroll from the town centre.Featuring free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs with DVD players, the modern 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom apartments are individually decorated and have full kitchens, laundry facilities and balconies.Amenities include a heated saltwater outdoor pool with loungers, in addition to a hot tub, a BBQ area and landscaped gardens.
Backpackers Inn on the Beach at Byron Bay Star Rating 3.5        
29 Shirley Street

With direct access to the beach, this laid-back hostel is a 6-minute walk from the bars and restaurants of the town centre and 2.4 km from Arakwal National Park.Lodging is available in airy mixed and female-only dorms, as well as private rooms.
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New South Wales is a southeastern Australian state, distinguished by its coastal cities and national parks. Sydney, its capital, is home to iconic structures such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Inland are the rugged Blue Mountains, rainforests and outback towns where opals are mined. Along the coastline are long surfing beaches. The Hunter Valley region, in the north, has dozens of wineries.