Best Western Twin Towers Inn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

260 Pacific Hwy, Artarmon, New South Wales, 2064, Australia
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  • Business41

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Sydney in September

by mandybee

Gooday Sydneysiders, I will be visiting Sydney for 2 weeks. I will be travelling with my 1.5yr old and a 6 year old and my husband. My brothers live in Sydney and we have been a few times so we know the drill, however this time I'd love to get out of Sydney for a few hours ( ie not a very long drive) but somewhere like ...bronte beach - where we can go for lunch in beautiful natural surrounds and perhaps get to a park/animal centre where kids can explore and have a bit of fun too!!

any exciting ideas... I guess I want to see some beauty AND let the kids enjoy themselves too???? Thanks
Love mandy from cape Town

Re: Sydney in September

by peteyjim

Bronte, Coogee, even Bondi, they're all nice beaches, but driving there and getting a parking spot is almost impossible. Public transport would be the way to go.
If you want to drive, head up to the Northern Beaches. Either a ferry ride to Manly, or drive up the coast to Palm Beach (Whale Beach's my alltime fave). The drive is great and the beaches awesome. Narrabeen Lakes (beside the caravan park) is a good sheltered beach with lots of sandbars to walk on in low tide.

Animal Parks, you've got a few good choices. Sydney Wildlife world is good, or then you've got Featherdale Wildlife Park & Koala Park, and then there's the ferry ride over to Taronga Zoo.
Enjoy

Re: Sydney in September

by mandybee

Thanks so much, Whale beach sounds awesome!!!
much appreciated ;)))))

Re: Sydney in September

by FleurFox

You could drive south through the Royal National Park on the scenic drive until you get to Bald Hill. It is a beautiful look out, then you have a coupe of options:
There is a nice scenic drive and/or walk over the seacliff bridge...
http://www.theage.com.au/news/new-south-wales/king-of-a-new-great-ocean-road/2006/09/23/1158431940976.html

...or you can head a couple of minutes down to Helensburgh where there is the Symbio Wildlife Park.
It is inexpensive and you can really get up close and personal with some animals unlike alot of other parks / zoos where you are a bit distant.
http://www.symbiozoo.com.au/

Whatever you choose to do, I hope you and your family have a great day :-)

Re: Sydney in September

by peteyjim

There's a restaurant @ Whale Beach too - pricey as buggery, but they've also got a takeaway stand.

Another good day spent is catching the ferry over to Watsons Bay for a Fish n Chip lunch at Doyles. Again, you've got a pricey restaurant (but awesome food), a pub & beer garden, or takeaway, for eating in the park or on the beach.

Re: Sydney in September

by Joseph69

Hi there,

Unsure if you've come to Sydney or not yet with your family, but the ideas above are pretty good! I have ideas on my Sydney page if you need assistance... it mentions many beaches, how to get there, etc. My favourite... Bilgola, and Watson's Bay.

If you'd like to see some kangaroos and koalas, and take photos with them, go to the koala park in Pennant Hills in Sydney's north-west.

Cheers. :)

Travel Tips for Sydney

Its all great!

by cyclops25503

Just get stuck into it. It doesn't matter if you get lost or anything...just explore the city. You'll love it! Sydney itself is simply a thing of beauty. Its a perfect place for a holiday, no matter where you come from.

GO TO CIRCULAR QUAY. EVERYON...

by JOSHUA75

GO TO CIRCULAR QUAY. EVERYON MENTIONS THIS BECAUSE THERE IS A REASON. IT'S REAL COOL. LOTS OF VENDORS AND STREET ACTS. NOT TOO MANY AUSSIES THOUGH! HAHAH THE WATER. THE BEAUTY OF A PORT THAT OPENS TO THE OCEAN IS JUST AMAZING. TAKE A BOAT RIDE UP THE ADJACENT RIVER. NICE.

Working in Sydney

by martin_nl

I have had two different jobs in Sydney. First I worked for a company called Skilled in the hospitality industry. This is a job agent and they send me to work in the StarCity Casino in Darling Harbour quite a few times during the rugby world cup. It was great fun and there were loads of important people, like the bosses of Qantas and Heineken, two of the main sponsors of this big event.

After this I found a job in a discount shop called Bargain Buys on George Street, just opposite the Virgin Megastore. The work I had to do wasn't nice at all, but the people were fantastic, except for the boss. We went out for dinner together really often. On the pic you see us at a x-mas party for all the staff of the shop.

A visit to the Art Gallery...

by Ronald_T


A visit to the Art Gallery of New South Wales is a must if you are an Art lover. It's the largest gallery in the city, and like they told me also the biggest of Australia. The Art Gallery is home to some of Australia's best-loved works of art including key works of the 'Heidelberg School'. It is the permanent exhibitions that make this gallery such a treasure. At any given time, visitors can view Aboriginal art, 19th and 20th century Australian art, Asian art, photography, European art, as well as contemporary works by Australian and international artists. There are frequent tours from the foyer information desk, as well as a good restaurant, an indoor/outdoor café and a well-stocked shop. The Art Gallery of New South Wales is home for the annual exhibitions for Australia's major art prizes, The Archibald, Sulman and Wynne. See for more pics in the City Views travelogue please.

Blue Mountains Weather

by keeweechic

The climate of the Blue Mountains is usually lower than the Sydney region. During the winter (June, July Aug), the average temp in the Upper Mountains is around 5C while in Summer (Dec, Jan, Feb), the average temp is around 18C.

The Lower Blue Mountains has a much warmer climate.

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 Best Western Twin Towers Inn

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Address: 260 Pacific Hwy, Artarmon, New South Wales, 2064, Australia