Location

Quay West Suites Sydney Hotel
98 Gloucester St
The Rocks NSW 2000

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

Located just moments from world-famous Sydney attractions including The Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, the historic Rocks precinct, Pitt Street Shopping Mall and the Royal Botanical Gardens, Quay West Suites Sydney hotel is the perfect gateway for your Sydney adventure

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  • Whale watching

    Whale watching is an exciting experience, made even more special with Sydney as a beautiful backdrop. A number of whale watching cruises depart from Circular Quay, and allow you to choose your own adventure…
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    Whale watching

  • Centre Point Tower

    Ascend to the Observation Deck located 250 metres (820 feet) above ground level to take in spectacular 360-degree views of the Sydney cityscape. While visiting you can experience Sydney from a whole new…
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    Centre Point Tower

  • Darling Harbour

    Whether you visit Darling Harbour by day or night, you’ll be enthralled by vibrant entertainment, exotic wildlife, waterfront restaurants, wine and cocktail bars and plenty of great late-night music.…
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    Darling Harbour

  • Barangaroo

    Located on the shores of Sydney Harbour, Barangaroo features scenic parkland, great views, a wide promenade, interesting architecture and fabulous restaurants. Come to stroll, cycle or dine along the…
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    Barangaroo

  • Manly Beach

    Watch skilled surfer’s knife through the waves off one of Australia’s most famous surfing beaches - the first world surfing championship was held here in 1964 and it’s the site of the Australian Open…
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    Manly Beach

  • Taronga Zoo

    Australia's leading zoological park is home to a diverse collection of both native and exotic species. In addition to the shows and animal attractions, the zoo’s setting – situated on elevated land in…
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    Taronga Zoo

  • Sydney Opera House

    Australia's most famous building and an icon of 20 th century architecture and design, this national cultural centre has gained widespread recognition and respect as a performing arts venue, and includes…
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    Sydney Opera House

  • Sydney Harbour Bridge

    Together with the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic part of the city's skyline. Soaring 442 feet above the waters of Sydney Harbour, the bridge is best…
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    Sydney Harbour Bridge

  • The Rocks Markets

    Lined with cafés and vendor stalls, this bustling market tucked in the shadow of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in The Rocks precinct is one of the top attractions in Sydney. Open on Saturdays and Sundays…
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    The Rocks Markets

Back to Attractions

Whale watching

Whale watching is an exciting experience, made even more special with Sydney as a beautiful backdrop. A number of whale watching cruises depart from Circular Quay, and allow you to choose your own adventure in terms of distance and duration.

Centre Point Tower

Ascend to the Observation Deck located 250 metres (820 feet) above ground level to take in spectacular 360-degree views of the Sydney cityscape. While visiting you can experience Sydney from a whole new perspective with a 4D cinema experience, scan the landscape through high-powered binoculars and learn more about the city from the interactive multilingual touch screen panels.

Darling Harbour

Whether you visit Darling Harbour by day or night, you’ll be enthralled by vibrant entertainment, exotic wildlife, waterfront restaurants, wine and cocktail bars and plenty of great late-night music. Mingle with penguins, sharks and koalas at SEALIFE Sydney Aquarium and WILDLIFE Sydney Zoo. Climb aboard tall ships or take the kids to a terrific playground.

Barangaroo

Located on the shores of Sydney Harbour, Barangaroo features scenic parkland, great views, a wide promenade, interesting architecture and fabulous restaurants. Come to stroll, cycle or dine along the Sydney waterfront.

Manly Beach

Watch skilled surfer’s knife through the waves off one of Australia’s most famous surfing beaches - the first world surfing championship was held here in 1964 and it’s the site of the Australian Open of Surfing each February. Boasting a tree-lined promenade, a ribbon of fine soft sand and abundant beachside cafés, bars and restaurants, the beach is a favourite spot of locals and families.

Taronga Zoo

Australia's leading zoological park is home to a diverse collection of both native and exotic species. In addition to the shows and animal attractions, the zoo’s setting – situated on elevated land in Sydney Harbour overlooking Sydney Cove, the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House – offering breathtaking views as you explore the zoo.

Sydney Opera House

Australia's most famous building and an icon of 20th century architecture and design, this national cultural centre has gained widespread recognition and respect as a performing arts venue, and includes a concert hall, opera and drama theatres, a playhouse and a studio.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Together with the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic part of the city's skyline. Soaring 442 feet above the waters of Sydney Harbour, the bridge is best experienced by taking the Sydney BridgeClimb to get a view from the top, crossing the bridge on a walking or biking tour, or viewing the bridge from above on a helicopter ride.

The Rocks Markets

Lined with cafés and vendor stalls, this bustling market tucked in the shadow of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in The Rocks precinct is one of the top attractions in Sydney. Open on Saturdays and Sundays between 10am and 5pm, this is where to go to browse unique and eclectic arts, crafts and wares.

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