Waitara Waldorf Furnished Apartments

41 Waitara Ave, Sydney, 2071, Australia
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Bluemontain: public transport from Katoomba station to Echo Point or Scenic Word

by sabuncair

Dear ALL,
I just notice that the double-decker bus for hop on and hop off tour is too expensive for the person who only want to visit echo point and scenic world. Is there any public transport, bus, or taxi that can be used to shuttle between Katombaa station and echo point and scenic world?

Thanks

Re: Bluemontain: public transport from Katoomba station to Echo Point or Scenic Word

by balhannah

Yes, there is a Public bus. Please look at this site, www.bmbc.com.au
Click on timetables for "upper mountain" and if you look, you can click on a map to see the areas it covers. Bus 686, there might be others.

Travel Tips for Sydney

New Years Eve

by Angbur

If you're lucky enough to be Sydney for New Years Eve, then there is only really one place to be, down on the harbour front near to the Opera House.
You'll need to go early though because the best spots get taken quickly. And when I say early, I mean early. We got there at just after 2pm and it was already really busy. Alcohol is not allowed but alot of people managed to sneak stuff past the security checks.
Other than sit and wait and talk there isn't really alot to do, but it doesn't matter because there is suc a good atmosphere around the place that the time just flies by. As the sun slowly sets excitement builds towards the midnight hour when the old year says good bye and the new says hello. At nine oclock there's a pretty good fireworks display as a hint of what's to come.
The at midnight amongst the cheers and the champagne corks popping is the main fireworks, going from the bridge & everywhere you can see. It is fantastic. Everyone should see New Year in Sydney at east once and they'll know what a realmparty is.

Everything is accessible quite...

by vili

Everything is accessible quite easily in Sydney, which allows the visitor to adapt quickly. Although the atmosphere is very enjoyable, some hectic can be felt between the residents during the weekdays. The Sundays, on the other hand, are relaxed and leisure-oriented. On weekends there is a good opportunity to visit the street fair in the Rocks, one just have to avoid the souvenirs. Besides lots of must-see attractions like Darling Harbour, Harbour Bridge, Opera House, The Rocks, Aquarium, etc., there are also a lot of places to relax and really enjoy the life. On a sunny day you may want to lay down in the grass of the popular Royal Botanic Gardens or on a more romantic hill by the Sydney Observatory. A good option to spend a half of a day is also a visit to Taronga Zoo, reachable by a ferry from the famous Circular Quay; ferries and catamarans start from there to a number of various destinations, including the Olympic Park.

You can bank on it

by iandsmith

Actually, that's not true. You used to be able to bank on it or, more correctly, under it. This was once the entrance to the Bank of Australasia - Southern Branch. Situated on the south end of George Street, the main street running through Sydney's CBD, the standout three monkeys sculpture leads to all sort of conjecture when you consider what the edifice is now used for. Now, as is plainly obvious, the usage of the venue has altered considerably...............well, in some ways anyway. They still want to take your money off you and use if for themselves, it's just that they use different means to do it these days.
Inside are the ubiquitous poker machines (slot machines if you're from North America) in addition to alcohol. Not a good mix if you're a client!
An interesting statistic - 21% of all the world's poker machines are located in N.S.W., 40% in Australia. You probably think we're gamblaholics. You'd probably be right.

Attend a Dawn Service

by kooka3

If you are in town for ANZAC day, attend a Dawn Service. It is so moving; it doesn't matter what nationality you are. Everyone can relate to the memorial.

It takes place at Martin Place in downtown Sydney. It starts around 4am and lasts for about an hour. There are prayers, songs, speeches, moments of silence.

After the service, my friends and I walked to the Harbour to watch the sun come up over the water. It was a touching experience.

It was one of the best and most memorable things I did in my year in Sydney.

Always carry with my own supply

by Gypsystravels

No matter where I go and for how long, I must take along my favorite toiletries. I am very picky when it comes to shampoos and conditioners and make it a point to take along my favorite travel size. I also take my own body wash, body lotion, contact lense solution, toothpaste, mouthwash and my own supply of "first-aid" which includes pain killers, bandages, allergy pills, and of course my asthma medication. If you forget or don't want to carry your favorite toiletries, there are plenty of places throughout Sydney where you can purchase what you need. Your hotel will stock the basic, shampoo and soap.

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