Serviced Apartments in Central Sydney
The Australian Museum
A great place to explore the vast nature and the rich culture of Australia through the educational exhibits in this museum.
The Maritime Museum
Discover Australia’s past through fascinating artefacts, vessels and activities in an exploratory maritime tour.
Anzac War Memorial Hyde Park
Designed by Bruce Dellit who had served in the trenches in Frances, the statues here reflect the tragic loss of Australians who were killed and wounded during World War I and subsequent conflicts.
Located in the Haymarket, the largest Chinatown in Australia is the perfect place for authentic Chinese dining and to shop for traditional Chinese souvenirs.
Surrounding Fraser Suites Sydney
Surrounding Fraser Suites Sydney are various bars and restaurants where you can unwind after a hard day’s work or take some business associates out for a drink.
The Chinese Garden of Friendship
Nestled at the south end of Darling Harbour and a short walk from Chinatown, the Garden is an idyllic scenic spot that features ancient Chinese architecture, towering willow treas, cool lagoons, waterfalls, kois and local wildlife.
The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney
Home to some of the world’s threatened plant species, here you’ll discover the diverse beauty of nature set in an oasis of 30 hectares located at the edge of Sydney Harbour.
Wildlife Sydney Zoo
Located on the city side of Darling Harbour, journey through the iconic Aussie habitats as you come up close with some of the most loved and feared native animals, including but of course, the koalas.
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
Within walking distance from the property and on the east side of Darling Harbour, the aquarium is one of the world’s largest and home to the world’s greatest variety of sharks and rays and Australia’s most famed marine animals.
Sydney Taronga Zoo
Just 12 minutes from the city by ferry, the world-class zoo boasts some of the breathtaking views of the city and an exemplary collection of Australia’s wildlife.
At the hub of Sydney Harbour, you may dine at one of the up-market restaurants situated along the historic Rocks area or hop on to one of the dinner cruises for a night out in the sea.
After visiting some stunning attractions and historic sites at the vicinity, complete your day out with some exclusive fine dining or hang out at one of the hip bars at the Sydney city centre.
Also known as the CBD’s biggest free playground, be transported around the world here at this precinct and be awed by the range of cafes, wine bars and eateries available, anywhere from Mediterranean to Brazilian.
A fanatastic place for authentic Asian fare besides massage and shopping, be sure to sit by one of the cafes and enjoy people-watching.
King Street Wharf
An excellent place for exclusive waterfront dining as well as getting into action with the arts and cultural events.
QVB Queen Victoria Building
One of the most attractive buildings in Sydney, the must-see marketplace is a blend of tradition with modernity that tells of its rich history and how it has remained relevant till this day.
Pitt Street Mall
A busy and cosmopolitan shopping complex that houses many well-known international brands.
A superb shopping venue that has almost everything for everyone, be it for yourself, your loved ones, the newborn, the bride or the corporate guest.
Right in the centre of Sydney’s CBD, the street is lined with the most prestigious boutiques, jewellery stores and all, only for those with exquisite tastes.
Reigning supreme for ‘posh’ designer labels and high fashion streetwear, this is the place where Sydney’s high society shops.
Known as Sydney’s “Style Mile”, the street is all about hip fashion, galleries and style.
Where bohemian meets retro, added with funky accessories, shop here for pop culture ephemera.
A great place with high quality arts & crafts, opals, fashion wear, Aboriginal artwork, jewellers and specialty shops.
The beautiful historical theatre has played host to many world class musicals and performances.
Sydney Entertainment Centre
A multipurpose venue that is on the map of many world tours by internationally acclaimed artistes who have held concerts in this part of the world.
George Street Cinemas
A great place to relax or to hang out with friends for some good movie entertainment.
Host to annual Sydney Film Festival since 1974, the heritage-listed theatre is a premier venue for performances, functions and events.
Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre
Home to world meetings and international sports events, the venue is set to become Australia’s largest convention and exhibition facility when the redevelopment completes in late 2016.
Fraser Suites Sydney
If you are looking around for penthouses in Sydney CBD, or apartments close to Darling Harbour, Sydney, look no further than Fraser Suites Sydney at Kent Street. More than just a 5-star hotel in Sydney’s CBD, our Gold-Standard serviced residence is the preferred choice of many business and leisure travellers.
Fraser Suites Sydney
488 Kent Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity
Conveniently located on Kent Street between Bathurst Street and Liverpool Street, the following facilities are within walking distance from Fraser Suites Sydney:
- Town Hall Station (4 min by foot)
- Queen Victoria Building (5 min by foot)
- Woolworths supermarket (4 min by foot)
- Coles supermarket (4 min by foot)
- Darling Harbour (11 min by foot)
- Capitol Theatre (7 min by foot)
- Sydney Entertainment Centre (10 min by foot)
- State Theatre, 8 min by foot (600m)
- Sydney Medical centre (3 min by foot)
A public transport hub, the Town Hall Train Station is just round the corner, where a 6-minute train ride will take you to Circular Quay and the nearby Sydney Opera House. From there, hop on a Ferry to Taronga Zoo, Manly Beach and many other spectacular Sydney Harbour destinations.
- There are regular services to over 37 wharves, including Manly, Parramatta, Balmain, Watsons Bay and Taronga Zoo. Check out www.sydneyferries.nsw.gov.au.
- Buses are a great way to travel around Sydney. For timetables and routes, call 131 500 or check out www.sydneybuses.nsw.gov.au.
- The CityRail network is especially useful for travel to the outer Sydney suburban region, check out www.cityrail.info.
- Sydney's Metro Monorail takes a circular route through the CBD and around Darling Harbour, check out www.metromonorail.com.au.
- Jump on the Light Rail to get around from Sydney Central to Haymarket through Darling Harbour, Star City, Sydney Fish Markets, Glebe, Leichhardt and Lilyfield, check out www.metromonorail.com.au.
Getting to Fraser Suites Sydney
From the airport:
- A special bus, the Airport Express, runs regularly from the airport to various stops in the city, Kings Cross and Bondi.
- A taxi from the airport to Circular Quay will cost about AUD40; to Central station, it will be about AUD25.
The oldest settlement in Australia, Sydney is the perfect destination for everyone – singles, couples and family. Whatever the time and season of the year, Sydney offers a mind-boggling choice when it comes to shopping, dining and sightseeing. Indulge in the finest cuisine at some of the world's best restaurants or go on a shopping frenzy at the local weekend markets. Or better yet, chill out at Bondi and soak in the beach culture, or climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge for some thriller fun.
There’s definitely much more to Sydney, which has been voted “World's Best City” for the ninth time by leading travel authorities. A unique city that is surrounded by Southern Highlands, Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley and Port Stephens, and with the harbour as its focal point, Sydney definitely offers the best of both city and country life.
Essential facts of Sydney
The warmest months of December to February have an average maximum temperature of 25ºC; while June to August are the coolest months, with daytime temperatures rarely falling below 10ºC.
Australian Eastern Time Zone, UTC+ 10:00
Travellers to Australia, except those with Australian or New Zealand passport, require a passport (with validity of at least 6 months) or similar certificate of identification.
AUD. The most commonly accepted credit cards are American Express, Bankcard, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa and their affiliates.
Prices in Australia are shown as inclusive of 10% GST (Goods and Services Tax).
Tipping is not customary but is becoming more widespread. In a restaurant, a tip of 10% is now normal although some restaurants have started adding a service charge to the bill. Porters and staff at larger hotels can be offered a gratuity for good service, but it is purely discretionary. Taxi drivers may not expect a tip unless helping with luggage, but it is a common practice to round the fare up to the nearest dollar.
220-240 volts, AC 50Hz. As the Australian three-pin power outlet might differ from that of other countries, an adaptor might be required.
The major public holidays are Australia Day; Good Friday; Easter Saturday & Monday; Anzac Day; Queen’s Birthday; Labour Day; Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
In general, banks are open as follows:
Mondays to Thursdays, 09:00 to 16:00 hours;
Fridays, 09:00 to 17:00 hours.
General office hours (including Post Offices) are:
Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:00 hours
Shops in Sydney normally open on:
Mondays to Fridays, 09:00 to 17:30 hours (with late night shopping on Thursdays) On Saturdays and Sundays:
Most shops, 09:00 to 16:00 hours
Darling Harbour, 10:00 to 18:00 hours
Most departmental stores in the city centre, 10:00 to 16:00 hours.