Don't Miss Milsons' Landing
Located in a rare and unique setting, by Sydney's amazing harbour and one of Sydney's most famous landmarks Luna Park.
As times have changed so has this use of this much loved theme park, Milsons Landing will soon pave the way for new age business parks of the future.
Luna Park is destined to become Sydney's largest corporate entertainment, meetings and functions complex providing an exceptional and innovative venue for entertaining clients.
These are the stops that the bus makes;
01} Sydney Cove / Circular Quay - 'The Gateway to Sydney Harbour' - ferries, cruises, buskers, regular buses to east and west.
02} Sydney Opera House - Guided tours, box office bookings, restaurant and bars.
03}Royal Botanic Gardens / Museum of Sydney - Conservatorium of Music, Government House and its gardens.
04} Historic Macquarie Street - State Library of NSW, Mitchell Library, Parliament House, Sydney Hospital and Hyde Park Barracks.
05} Mrs Macquarie's Chair - Spectacular views of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour.
06} Art Gallery of NSW - Extensive collection of Australian, Aboriginal and contemporary art.
07} Australian Museum - Hyde Park, the ANZAC Memorial, St. Marry's Cathedral.
08} Hard Rock Café - Save the Planet, burgers and rock and roll shrine.
09} Kings Cross - Night Clubs, cosmopolitan restaurants and cafes.
10} Macleay Street - EL Alamein Fountain and weekend
11} Elizabeth Bay House - c1839, once dubbed 'the finest house in the colony'.
12} Potts Point - Fine colonial architecture and sidewalk cafes.
13} Woolloomooloo Bay - Garden Island - home of the Royal Australian Navy, site of Harry's Cafè de Wheels - pie stand to the stars.
14} Wynyard< - Business heart of Sydney, Martin Place with lunchtime entertainment and the Cenotaph.
15} Queen Victoria Building - 'The most beautiful shopping centre in the city'. Alight here for City centre shopping, Pitt Street Mall, AMP Tower, Town Hall and Planet Hollywood.
Take a stroll up George Street...
Take a stroll up George Street and possibly stop in at Centrepoint.
George Street began as a bush track dating back to the First Fleet. It was originally called High Street. In 1810 Governor Macquairie renamed it in honor of King George III.
We won't bite
I'm an Aussie, and we're nice! haha!
Seriously though - we are a very multicultural country and I think the most
endearing thing about us is that we're mostly pretty friendly and layed back.
I personally love meeting people from other countries.
So never be scared to come and ask and Aussie for directions or help - most
of the time we'd be more than happy to help.
Enjoy your trip to Australia!!
Sydney has a temperate climate, with over 340 sunny days per year. Its average rainfall is approximately 1210mm per year, and the summer season (Dec to Feb) can have strong sunny days so wear a hat and sunscreen between 10am and 3pm. Summer avg. temperature 22 Celsius, Winter avg. temperature 13 Celsius.