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40-44 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney, NS, AU, 2010

  • Phone: (61) 2 82628844
  • Fax: (61) 2 82628845
3.0 out of 5 (14 reviews)
57% of guests recommend this hotel

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Kinko's, the small business owner's best friend is expanding its global operations at a rapid rate. Kinko's offers a full suite of professional services like printing, scanning, copying, laminating, binding, stationery, as well as Internet access. Not the place if you are looking for a casual surf with the backpacking crowd. This is more like an office environment and the staff here really know what they are doing. The internet surfing charges are through a refillable card that you swipe each time you log on. There are several branches in the city. To know more, log on to their informative website.

175 Liverpool Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Oxford Street

Oxford Street is lined with stores and restaurants, most of the stores are located in the Central Business District. The street goes from Whitlam Square to Bondi Junction. Make sure to shop in some great stores, such as Maggie T. If you're getting thirsty and want to listen to some good music or send an e-mail home, drop by Internet On Oxford. You can easily lose track of time as you window shop. At night, this street is at the center of hustle and bustle with  night revelers visiting the nightclubs and bars located along the street.

Oxford Street
Sydney, NSW 2022

»SMC Conference & Function Centre

SMC Conference & Function Centre at the city center is a multi-facility event center. It comprises 16 function rooms of varied sizes suited for large scale as well as smaller events. Equipped with state-of-the-art amenities, this center is a perfect place to host your event. For more details, check website.

66 Goulburn Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Central Station

The biggest railway station in Sydney, as well as servicing the metropolitan area, trains from Central Station also travel all over New South Wales. Close to Haymarket and Chinatown, the station is near to a taxi rank and interchanges with buses and the Sydney Light Rail which serves the west of the city covering areas such as Star City Casino and the Fish Market. Access to platforms is by staircase and escalator. There are toilets and public payphones as well as a range of shops and eateries.

Eddy Avenue
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Town Hall Station

Situated in the heart of the city, Town Hall Station can be accessed from the staircases leading under the road and from the Queen Victoria building. There is a bus interchange and taxi rank nearby. Access to the platforms is by staircase and escalator. There is also a lift. There are public toilets and telephones and a wide range of small shops and eateries. A platform to the train ramp is available for wheelchair users and the ticket office is fitted with a hearing loop.

George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000


Like all Chinatowns across the globe, this area in central Sydney is famous for it's chinese restaurants, antique shops and annual festivals that are celebrated here. The place has a distinct Chinese look to it, be it the architecture or the colorful items on sale in shops, everywhere it says 'east'. The suburb has gradually evolved into a shopping and market place.

Chinatown Sydney
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Central Railway Station

Central Station is a part of the day-to-day lives of thousands of Sydney commuters, with more than 900,000 rail journeys on an average weekday, representing about 270 million journeys each year. Heralding the beginning of Australia's rail network, Central Station was built on the site of the old Sydney Yard, and opened on August 4, 1906. The grand sandstone Station has significant heritage value, particularly the Clock tower, the terrazzo-tiled Concourse and the Eddy Avenue overpass. At Central Station, you will find transportation links to all the suburban and Australia-wide networks, and buses to just about everywhere.

Eddy Avenue
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Global Gossip

Global Gossip is a slick little cyber center. The bright orange and blue facades are becoming a familiar sight around the town. Aimed at the backpacker market with thumping music, hordes of Brits gathered around the terminals and a party atmosphere, this is probably not the place to come to take care of serious business. What you have to remember about Global Gossip is that travelers staff it. So complete technological information may not be available.

790 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000

»Cheeky Food Group

The Cheeky Food Group in Sydney offers its culinary services not only for workshops and training purpose, but also for corporate gatherings and weddings. A preferred catering group for major celebrations, this group is led by leading chefs and culinary experts.

65 Foveaux Street
Sydney, NSW 2010

»Legion Cabs

Legion Cabs was started by returned servicemen and has been serving the whole of Sydney area 24 hours a day for the last 50 years. Keeping in tune with the technological advances all cabs have been installed with Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) technology. This system tracks a vehicle's location to within 20 meters, thereby the company is able to send to you a cab that is nearby. This makes the service quick. You can book in person or using the computerized booking service over the phone. Legion Cabs also deliver parcels and other items at your doorstep. Look out for the flame logo on taxi doors.

77 Foveaux Street
Sydney, NSW 2010


Formerly infamous as a red light district, the area of Darlinghurst has since become a trendy neighborhood of Sydney. Home to numerous high end restaurants and bars, one can find plenty of dining options here, as well as several popular nightclubs. Shopping enthusiasts won't get tired as Darlinghurst has a number of small and big boutiques and shops selling all kind of articles. The area has historical significance too and one can find several historic churches and buildings in the neighborhood. 

Sydney, NSW 2010


This firm is recognized world wide as a leader in all aspects of scuba diving education. Established since 1969, they offer basic lessons including theory and first breath underwater, followed by four open water dives over three days. They also run courses through to Instructor level. Dive holidays  are available as well. All instructors are fully qualified.

478 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
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