Chinatown Sydney & Darling Harbour Hotel
Distance From Airport: 25mins
Nearest Rail Station: Town Hall
Quest On Dixon, is located at 8 Dixon Street, at the corner of Liverpool Street, across from the Chinese Gardens. The Garden Plaza Monorail Station is directly opposite us in Dixon Street. From Central Station follow George Street north to Liverpool Street and turn left. Then turn left at Harbour Street, left again at Goulburn Street, then left into Dixon Street.
Darling Harbour and Cockle Bay
Only 3 stops from World Square by monorail, Darling Harbour is home to some of Sydney’s favourite restaurants, bars, cafes and attractions, including Imax Theatre, Star City Casino, Sydney Aquarium and Sydney Wildlife World. Walk around the Chinese Gardens outside the Exhibition Centre, have a look at the Maritime Museum, take a train ride tour and do some shopping, whatever takes your fancy Darling Harbour will have it day or night, just a short walk from our Darling Harbour apartments.
Star City Casino
Open 24 hours, Star City Casino is New South Wales only casino and has views of Sydney Harbour. Star City has a large TAB lounge and sports bar, Star Keno and 200 gaming tables, as well as numerous bars and restaurants. The casino caters for the casual punter to the serious players. Even if you are not a punter, taking a walk through the casino should be on your list of things to do whilst in Sydney and staying in our Darling Harbour hotel.
Located in Cockle Bay, Darling Harbour and close to chinatown, Sydney Aquarium is your one-stop attraction for viewing Australia’s underwater life and its habitats. Weave your way through the underwater tunnel and embark on your journey of discovery. There are various feed times for animals such as crocodiles, seals, sharks and penguins.
Take the monorail to Sydney Aquarium and jump off at the first stop in Darling Harbour. Sydney Aquarium is open everyday except Christmas.
Quest on Dixon Darling Harbour is located in the ideal location to explore Sydney, in the amazing Chinatown.
Sydney's Chinatown is a colourful mix of asian culture, shopping and food. The area's distinctly oriental architecture, lanterns and archways confirm it as a showpiece for Australian Chinese culture.
Chinatown also hosts a number of events throughout the year in line with the Chinese calendar celebrations. Sydney's Chinese New Year Festival is held in Chinatown over 3 weeks in February and is one of the largest and most spectacular New Year celebrations outside Asia.