Darling Harbour Sydney
Darling Harbour is one of the world’s great waterfront destinations. With its spectacular harbour setting, Darling Harbour has many of Australia’s key tourist attractions in addition to a favourite place for Sydneysiders to spend their time relaxing and celebrating.
Sydney Centrepoint Tower
Sydney’s most visible icon with a height of 304 m is the Sydney Tower, formerly known as Sydney Centrepoint Tower or AMP Tower that serves as both a communications tower and as a tourist facility.
Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House is one of the busiest performing arts centre’s in the world and also one of the 10 construction wonders of the world in the 20th century.
Bondi Beach is Australia’s most famous tourist beach. With over 1 km of sand and sea, Bondi Beach can attract more than 40,000 people on a typical summer’s weekend. Bondi Beach also boasts great restaurants and nightlife.
Direct Factory Outlets “DFO” Homebush
With over 80 designer label outlets under one roof, you can’t beat these great factory prices.
Birkenhead Point Shopping Centre
Birkenhead Point shopping centre is one of the original factory outlets in Sydney. It is the only place that you can shop whilst enjoying the spectacular views of Sydney Harbour.
Paddy’s Market (Flemington and Haymarket)
Paddy’s market has 2 great locations in Flemington and Haymarket. They are the best known markets in Sydney where you can purchase anything from fresh fruit and vegies, flowers to clothes, shoes, material, household goods and just about everything else you can imagine.
Burwood RSL Club
The club is set in the leafy surrounds of Burwood & attracts nearly 30,000 members who enjoy superb dining, the best in local & international entertainment amongst a friendly and relaxed atmosphere that ensures every visit is enjoyable.
Wests Ashfield Leagues Club
This leagues club is the home of the 2005 NRL Premiers, Wests Tigers. With a variety of cuisines on offer and live entertainment, you’re guaranteed a great night out.
RESTAURANTS & DINING
Dining in Burwood
Burwood Road has a strip of trendy cosmopolitan café’s and restaurants. These café’s and restaurants are all situated within 500 m of the Hotel. For dining closer to the Hotel, we can recommend the Il-Buco Italian restaurant, which is one of Sydney’s most popular restaurants renowned for their seafood and Italian dishes (located directly opposite the Hotel). We also recommend the Buddha Raksa restaurant which specializes in authentic Thai cuisine (approx 20 m from Hotel).
Dining in Leichhardt (Norton Street)
The famous ‘Little Italy’ of Sydney is the home of fine Italian cuisine. This small strip located in the inner west draws large crowds all year round to celebrate various festivals. Not only a fashionable spot by day, but also a trendy nightspot.
View our interactive Sydney map for an approximate look at our proximity to restaurants, transport and Inner West hotspots.