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110 George St
The Rocks, NSW 2000

 (02) 9240 8717

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"There's plenty to see around the The Rocks, Darling Harbour, Barangaroo if you like lookouts to the Sydney Harbour, art, architecture & good restaurant options."  See More

"The Rocks, Royal Botanic Gardens, Oaks Hyde Park Plaza, Circular Quay, Sydney Opera House, Barangaroo"  See More

"Visit The Rocks-old area of Sydney now with great restaurants, bars, etc."  See More

"It is right on the boundary of the workaday CBD, and the historic The Rocks precinct."  See More

"If you want to be a cbit closer to the touristy parts of Sydney, a hotel near Circular Quay or The Rocks means you're right on the doorstep of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House (and the ferries that will take you to some of the beaches)."  See More

"Darlinghurst and Surry Hills are great suburbs with easy walking/ bus into the CBD so you can get to the Opera Bar and The Rocks easily."  See More

"For someone who is out of town, try The Rocks if you can afford it."  See More

"As for the city , The Rocks area and around the bridge is so good."  See More

";-) It is located at The Rocks Enjoy your meal!"  See More

"However, I literally fell in love with the area around the Sydney Opera House, The Rocks (there is my favourite pub & restaurant that is called The Argyle - not expensive at all, excellent fish platters!"  See More

"you can walk around The Rocks (touristy part of Sydney but interesting nonetheless), to Circular Quay (the main ferry terminal), then from Circular Quay,past the Sydney Opera House to the botanic garden."  See More

"Here is an itinerary I put together for family when they visited: Day 1 Walk down to The Rocks."  See More

"I would suggest you catch the train to Milsons Point station and then make your way back across the bridge and end up in The Rocks (where you can do more exploring)."  See More

"To get a taste of the colonial past of the city, you can walk around The Rocks - this is, however, very touristy, but some of the buildings are beautiful."  See More

"A few cool places are at The Rocks, pubs and bars and restaurants."  See More

"You should visit the Blue Mountains as a day trip, spend some time around Circular Quay and The Rocks, take a ferry to Manly."  See More

"The Rocks is a nice area to explore and there are nice markets there on the weekends."  See More

"Sydney Harbour you will have a fantastic view of the Sydney Opera House also you can visit The Rocks and the Darling Harbour!"  See More

"day 1 To Darling Harbour take ferry to Circular Quay see Sydney Opera House walk around The Botanical Gardens to The Rocks walk accross the Sydney Harbour Bridge and see Sydney from the other side."  See More

"Walk around historial area of The Rocks and then cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge"  See More

"If you like the walk you can reach in 40 minutes the most recognized place in Sydney with the Sydney Opera House and The Rocks (you can also take a tram over the bridge)."  See More

"Walk across Sydney Harbour Bridge, try a cafe in Kirribilli or go for a swim at North Sydney Pool or visit The Rocks."  See More

"Walk around to the The Rocks and have a beer at The Glenmore Rooftop Hotel."  See More

"Stayed in a hostel along Kings Cross Rd and we walked through Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney all the way to The Rocks."  See More

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