Attractions - Serviced Apartments Sydney
Sydney Bridge Climb
The Sydney Bridge Climb is the most sought after Sydney attraction. It takes you along the upper span of the famous ‘coat hanger’ on catwalks and ladders all the way to the summit, 136 metres above Sydney Harbour.
Queen Victoria Building
Shop to you drop at The Queen Victoria Building known as ‘QVB’. It was built in 1898 and now has over 100 speciality shops and boutique stores. From fashion to food it’s all here for some retail therapy.
Sydney Olympic Park
With major sporting, event and entertainment venues and parks, Sydney Olympic Park is Australia's most important and diverse precinct surrounded by one of the largest urban parklands in the world. Each year more than 8 million visitors come to Sydney Olympic Park to enjoy the wide range of leisure, entertainment, cultural, sporting and educational activities.
Sydney Opera House
Sydney's Opera House is the home of the Arts in Australia. With its constant myriad of shows, opera and events there is something for everyone.
Now that entry to Luna Park is free, come down and have a wander around one of Sydney's favourite icons. Soak up the atmosphere and the fantastic views while the kids enjoy the rides and games, or have a go yourself and relive your childhood.
The Rocks is the oldest and most historic area of Sydney. Named after its rough terrain, it survived for nearly two centuries as Sydney’s main working class area. Amongst the warren of lanes and pebbled streets there is plenty to see and do, including shops, markets & restaurants.