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Stayed at the Park Royal hotel in Darling Harbour. The harbour is a great place to watch the world go by, full of restaurants and bars of all types. Also very close to the city with great access to ferries and boat trips, walk to...More
A lot of the tourist attractions are located here in Darling Harbour - Sea Life, Wild Life, Madame Tussauds. Plenty of shopping, eateries and coffee shops around this nook in the harbour. There is some whale watching companies. Very nice at night when it lights...More
Thi area is easily accessed from the city centre, either walking or catching public transport such as the light rail which runs from Central Station, or a ferry from Circular Quay. There is so much to see and do. On the city side there is...More
After the main Sydney Harbour I feel it is just a bit messy. It goes in quite a long way so you can see boats coming in and out all the time. It is surrounded by high buildings and hotels and there are lots of...More
I recommend going there during night so as to feel the vibe of nightlife in Sydney... It has Cockle Bay Wharf which has the best food I've ever eaten... and also you can find Candle Palace inside Darling Harbour Mall where you can buy a...More
Response from WinnipegMaggie | Reviewed this property |
I agree with first response, you can walk (30-40) min but take the ferry for the best views of the bridge. The bridge is adjacent to central Quay, darling harbour is further inland and bridge is not visible from there.