Apartment Deluxe Sydney Central

Corner of Liverpool St & George St, Sydney, 2000, Australia
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by dennissfamily

Any idea where this restuarant is now, as they have moved from Fairfield in Sydney.

Re: Fino's

by Chrissy50

Hi, I work in the area, I will try to find out for you however can you help with any other information, e.g. address, what type of restaurant Middle Eastern etc, how long ago did it move. You can email me at caedmunds@optusnet.com.au.


Re: Fino's

by dennissfamily

Hi, it's Italian, and on this website someone posted something in 2002. The address was next to a car yard, and across from tip top bakeries in Fairfield. Near the Forum.


Re: Fino's

by Chrissy50

I know where Tip Top bakery is, however there is now an Aldi, and a huge apartment block there. Will ask around and see what I can find out.

Travel Tips for Sydney

City of Excitement..

by Sweetberry1

My recent trip to Sydney was a wonderful experience. I visited all those lovely places that I missed the first time I was there... The Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Darling Harbour, Hyde Park, Circular Quay, the Tower, went on 2 Ferry trips.. visited the Olympics Site, Bondi Beach, Cronulla, the site of the First Landing, Botany Bay, and various parts throughout the city and suburbs.

I had the best tour guide, and a great friend, to show me around this amazing place...
Thanks for the "Greatest Time" Jan. ;-)) I have to say Bondi Beach and Cronulla were probably my favorite places.
And the people I met were just fantastic. Ohh.. and the wine was superb.. ;-)

Greycliffe House

by iandsmith

If you go down Vaucluse Road at Vaucluse you'll end up at Nielsen Park, a lovely spot worth a visit in its own right.
Whilst there you'll probably notice a lovely old mansion and think it has historic significance. It does. It's called Greycliffe House and was built around 1850, being completed in 1851. The owner was an early property developer called John Reeve and he married (1847) into a famous family by wedding Fanny Catherine Wentworth (William Charles Wentworth's daughter). The amazing thing is though, they never lived in it! Indeed, they returned to England and for the next 60 years bankers, business men and politicians took up residence here.
One of the more colourful was Lady Isabella Martin who resided here with her 14 children, obviously before television was invented! She loved it here because she could escape from the "lethal air" and "floating germs" of Sydney city.
Fitzwilliam Wentworth purchased the building in 1887, even though he was living in England at the time (though he had leased it earlier), but it wasn't until 1894 that he moved in.
Just three years later there was a devastating fire that destroyed a large collection of furniture, artworks and china that Wentworth had brought out from England.
It was rebuilt in similar vein though the roof was made out of fire resistant tiles instead of shingle this time.
Under public pressure the house was bought by the government in 1911 and became a children's hospital for treatment of gastroenteritis until 1934 when it was turned into a Mothercraft Training Centre.
The original property was a 32.4 hectare estate purchased by Thomas Laycock, quartermaster of the N.S.W. Corps. It was then purchased to Captain Bennett in 1897 but he sold it to the colourful identity Captain John Piper who was the collector not only of customs but also some extra money (12,000 pounds) for his own pocket which led to him being sacked and W.C. Wentworth took possession in 1827 and added a further 370 acres to the estate, including the site of Greycliffe House. In those days it took several hours by horse to get to Sydney and these estates were self sufficient in many ways, particularly when it came to food.

Sydney Harbour Bridge & Opera House

by CandS

The obvious places like Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House... I think the nicest part of Sydney is Darling Harbour with all the nice restaurants and shops...

For more information on the Sydney Opera House phone 02 92507111 or visit sydneyoperahouse.com

Plug Adaptors

by LadyRVG

Australia runs on 240V, 50hz current. It's important to bring a plug adaptor if you plan on bringing your own electrnics such as a hairdryer. Plug adaptors are not that easy to come by once you are in Sydney so plan ahead.

Most hotels have adaptors avaialble for your use as well as hairdryers. So call ahead or check your hotel website. Why lugg a hair dryer in your suitcase if you don't need it?

Packing List

by sczabeti

It gets pretty hot during summer so pack light, and carry lots of bottled water. And don't forget to slip on a shirt, slop on some sunscreen, and slap on a hat. I hope you enjoy your stay in Sydney as much as I do living here.


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