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Exploring Homebush

Homebush is a suburb of Sydney, located around 15 kilometres from the central business district. Close by is Homebush Bay, set on an inlet which forms part of the estuary of the Parramatta River. Originally, the area served as a drovers’ camp for sheep herders bringing their flocks to market in Sydney, and the district is home to a number of attractive buildings dating from the 19th century. It is a typical residential suburb with a small main street, Rochester Street, holding local shops, a rail station, and a number of commercial developments along Parramatta Road.

Access from the suburb to Sydney’s central district is easy via rail or road, and other attractions nearby include Bicentennial Park and the Sydney Olympic Park, the Superdome, a showground, and other sporting venues. Formerly an industrial area, parts of the bay have been reclaimed and are now popular with Sydney residents as weekend beach destinations. One of its most unique landmarks is the rusty hull of an old ship, now home to a small grove of trees.

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Sights nearby

The major attraction near Homebush is Sydney’s Olympic Park, now home to a variety of entertainment options. However, the heart of Sydney, with its huge choice of things to do and see, is easily accessed from hotels in this quiet suburb, such as the Rydges Parramatta.

- Olympic Park Aquatic Centre

One of the most popular attractions in Olympic Park is the Aquatic Centre for its Olympic-sized pools, water slide, sauna gym, and children’s pools. The park is a great place for barbecues, skateboarding, kite-flying, cycling, and walking. While you’re here, check out the Brickpit, used as a location for the movie

- Mad Max – Beyond Thunderdome.

- Bicentennial Park

Set along Homebush Bay and adjacent to Olympic Park, Bicentennial Park is one of Sydney’s green lungs for its Badu Mangrove wetlands, 40 hectares of parklands, and Lake Belvedere. You’ll also find an adventure playground, superb views over the cityscape and the ocean from Treillage Tower, a water bird refuge area, and stunning sculptures, such as the Peace Monument and Sundial.

- The Rocks

The short rail or road trip into downtown Sydney is well worth it for the historic Rocks district, with its heritage buildings and colonial homes set in winding lanes dating back to the early days of convict colonisation of the country. The Wharf Theatre and the Sydney Theatre are found here, and at night the streets come to life with crowds of visitors and locals alike thronging the traditional Aussie pubs or heading for the dance clubs and cocktail lounges of the city centre.

- Sydney Showground

Located in Olympic Park and close to the Liberty Plains Motor Inn, the Sydney Showground hosts year-round events as well as the annual Royal Easter Show. Exhibitions covering everything from country and rural living and popular sports events to the latest in luxury cars take place here, and live band concerts draw an audience from all over the vast city.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

Olympic Park offers a good selection of eateries, as do the shopping district and malls on Homebush Bay. International and modern Australian cuisine as well as fast food favourites are easily found, and for upscale dining, signature restaurants in hotels won’t disappoint. For shopping, the DFO mall serves local people, but shopaholics would do well to head for Sydney’s central shopping district.

Public transport

A regular train service links Homebush’s North Strathfield Railway Station with Sydney’s city centre, and another runs from Sydney Homebush Station to the city. Both trips take around 20 minutes.