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Exploring Sydney CBD

The CBD encompasses Circular Quay, The Rocks, Hyde Park and Chinatown as well as iconic landmarks and tourist attractions such as the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. At the heart lies Pitt Street Mall, an amalgamation of shopping arcades.


Accommodations near Sydney CBD

There is a range of options for all travelers. Accommodations in Sydney are usually well-equipped and cater to all kinds of travelers, from beach bums to city slickers.The most popular hotel in Sydney is the Sydney CBD 2806 Pt Furnished Apartment, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Sought After CBD Location YORK5 in Sydney as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Sydney CBD

- Sydney Tower


Another tourist attraction is the Sydney Tower, also known as AMP Tower or Centerpoint Tower, a magnificent structure in the heart of the city, which was built during the 1970s and opened in 1981. The tower stands at 1,001 feet high and is the tallest structure in Sydney. There is an observation deck which offers spectacular views of the city and surrounding suburbs.


- Royal Botanical Gardens


Located along the harbor shoreline, the Royal Botanical Gardens encompass 70 acres and were first opened in 1816. The beautiful gardens have a plethora of native and exotic flowers and fauna from around the world as well as a manmade lake, the Pyramid Glasshouse and large sandstone gazebo. Visitors can walk through the parklands or hire bicycles and ride along the pathways.


Transportation near Sydney CBD

Sydney has an extensive public transport system providing easy travel throughout the city including rail, light rail, buses, water ferries and taxis. Within the CBD there is also the Metro Monorail, which is great for getting around some of the major attractions such as Darling Harbour, Star City Casino and the Sydney Fish Markets.

Public buses are easy to use, with well-signposted stopping points including route maps. With the city being positioned on the beautiful harbor, passenger ferries are a popular means of transport for traveling to the city's north including Manly Beach and Taronga Zoo in Mosman.

Traveling from Sydney's Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD) is painless, with rail connections, express bus services and metered taxis available. Frequent train services travel to the CBD, making the trip in around 40 minutes. Taxis are the easiest option albeit also the most expensive.


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