Holiday Inn Rooty Hill

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

33 Railway Street, Rooty Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, 2766, Australia
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
55%
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Very Good
33%
109
Average
7%
25
Poor
1%
6
Terrible
0%
3

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 10% higher than other 4 star hotels

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  • Couples93
  • Solo80
  • Business92

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Taxis, Buses, Trains on New Years Eve

by jacigeens

We will be staying in the suburb of Parramatta, and want to come into Sydney on New Years Eve.
We have been told that Sydney harbour and area is closed to all traffic from 3pm in the afternoon.
Please can anyone tell me if any taxis, buses and or trains are allowed through.
Also what about getting back to Parramatta after the fireworks etc, probably at about 1am on New Years Day?????
Are taxi, buses, trains going to be running?
Would love to hear back from someone asap.
Thankyou.

Re: Taxis, Buses, Trains on New Years Eve

by lynnehamman

Yes- taxis, buses trains and ferries will be running. There is always extra late transport on NY eve. There is also a ferry to Parramatta.
Best option in my opinion is the train. Just be prepared for the crush of people, although most start leaving the city around 3-4am

Re: Taxis, Buses, Trains on New Years Eve

by RobSydney

As previous poster said, best option is to take the train, they run frequently for NYE and late.
Finding a taxi home after NYE would be a difficult thing to do

Re: Taxis, Buses, Trains on New Years Eve

by kennyboi

There will be ferries, trains, buses and taxis running. During new years eve, there will be closure of some roads in the city area to allow pedestrian use, so taxis may have limited road access to some parts of the city.

When fireworks are in progress, trains stop crossing the harbour bridge. Ferries also stop operating near fireworks schedule.

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Hi, I was in Sydney in September. There are lots of interesting places around Sydney. Before visiting, I did research via internet and found many interesting tours on web site http://www.sydneytourguide.com.au where you can find photos and video.

I recommed tourists to see:

1) Blue Mountains, Great Blue Mountains Canion, Wentworths Falls, Three sisters

2) Curringai Chase National Park

3) Royal National Park Great Blue Mountains Canion

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sky-diving...its FUN..!!Taking...

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sky-diving...its FUN..!!Taking a City Circle train, the Monorail or walking is the best way of seeing city attractions, while buses and ferries represent the best way to visit points and attractions around the harbour. The government-run Explorer Buses and Sydney Pass service represent an ideal and inexpensive way to see most of the main tourist points around the city and out to Bondi.

Go to Miller's Point for a...

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Go to Miller's Point for a wonderful view of the city. [It's on the other end of the 'U' that forms Sydney's 'Inner Harbour'.] An added bonus are some very nice restaurants with open-air seating! As well as the old ships you see -- I think some of them provide harbor cruises for visitors.

Visit the Blue Mountains

by SydneyGal

Visit the Blue Mountains and get close to nature. Go bushwalking and breath in the fresh air. A great day trip, or if you have time you could stay at one of the B&Bs in the area. Discover the Three Sisters, Dining, Adventure, Galleries, Museums, Entertainment, History Highway Inns, Markets, Festivals, Churches, Bushwalks, Gardens and Camping. Take a to visit Leura village, which is nearby. Cafe Bon Ton in Leura serves great food and has a cosy atmosphere, it almost feels like you are dining in an old friend's home. More info, accomodation and photos: http://www.bluemts.com.au/

Try a Laminton

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My friend Jackie told us we had to try a "Lamington" when in Australia. Lamingtons are little sponge cakes coated in chocolate and topped in shredded coconut. We found Lamingtons in every bakery since it is such a popular Australian treat. I thought they were good but Liz is no fan of coconut so she picked the flakes off her cake.

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Address: 33 Railway Street, Rooty Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, 2766, Australia