City Lodge

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Level 2, 15-17 Hunter Street, Sydney, 2000, Australia
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
6%
4
Very Good
15%
10
Average
29%
19
Poor
16%
11
Terrible
32%
21

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 32% lower than similarly priced 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families10
  • Couples48
  • Solo35
  • Business23

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Lamington

by Jolaz

Many years ago when I first visited Sydney, I find a shop in the Strand selling very delicious lamington. From that time onwards, I was always hope to revisit the place and enjoy this cube again. However I no longer find this shop in the Strand. Can anyone tell me where the shop gone or is there any other place in Sydney selling those soft fluffy lamington. Thanks.

Re: Lamington

by craic

i just hate the awful lamington cake thing - it is just stale sponge cake rolled in cocoa and coconut

last time i was walking down the strand arcade it was all big brands - all over australia you can still find the lamington - except in the strand

Re: Lamington

by tangomango

Craic is right..!!..However,I would not recommend you buy any lamingtons from the big major supermarkets here.Their lamingtons are absolutely horrible...!!??..Dry and sickly sweet...!!
Was the shop in the Strand called The Boronia Patisserie...??...
I have found great home made lamingtons @ School fetes and markets...!!

Re: Lamington

by lynnehamman

I used to work at the Sydney Medical Centre @ 580 George Street- and I can assure you that the Lamingtons sold at MICHELS PATTISSERIE on the ground floor of the centre sell FABULOUS Lamingtons.

PAVILION PLAZA
580 George Street
Sydney CBD

Re: Lamington

by peteyjim

The lamingtons with the cream layer in the middle are awesome.
Other than that, I just enjoy em at my mum's whenever she makes them.

Travel Tips for Sydney

Go outdoor bowling in Coogee. ...

by Kenno

Go outdoor bowling in Coogee. Its free, its by the sea, you can booze whilst you bowl, there are old women dressed in their whites passing the days simply...bowling. There's a lot to be said for it. Staring at the big blue skies that go on and on and on and on (get the picture?)

The Old and the New

by ATXtraveler

During one of my walks around Sydney, I saw the most interesting juxtaposition in the city. As we walked past the harbour area where the ships are docked to allow cruise passengers onboard, we looked across to see the old Moreton Hotel, which is built with old style English brick, and just behind it there was a brand new monorail track.

Very interesting positioning of the 18th or 19th Century mixed in with the 20th Century.

Enjoy your walks around the city and enjoy it!!

Sir Joseph Banks fountain

by iandsmith

At the main entrance to Bankstown City Council is a striking fountain to commemorate the renowned botanist, Sir Joseph Banks, whose efforts to note the flora of Australia opened the eyes of the Old World to some of the wonders downunder.
Though rather obviously not a likeness of the famous man it more reflects Mother Nature and plantlife.
His fame will live on in other ways, after all, you don't have to be a genius to work out where the town got its name from.

Bondi Beach.

by Steve-H

It's an institution, you have to go there. Steff was getting her hair done in Paddington so i had plenty of time. I got on the bus and off I went, it was a bit of an anti climax really, I've been to loads of better beaches so i parked myself in the Hogs Breath Cafe opposite the beach and had a good lunch, look out for Hogs Breath Saloons, they are all over Australia and they serve solid food and cold beer at reasonable prices.

Packing List

by AussieKitten

Backpack, satchel and shoulder bags are a good way to travel around Sydney. Bring both light and heavier clothing. Sydney can be humid, cold and also rainy.
When a storm sets in the weather can drastically change from hot to cold.
Also, watch out for the huge hail stones, hehe. If you are thinking to be active, then bring a variety of comfortable and durable shoes: sandals, runners, boots.

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Address: Level 2, 15-17 Hunter Street, Sydney, 2000, Australia