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FABULOUS LOCATION ON SYDNEY’S CBD FRINGE

Nesuto Chippendale Sydney Apartment Hotel is located on the fringe of the city of Sydney, just 2kms from Sydney’s Central Business District and within walking distance to the University of Technology (UTS) and the University of Sydney and only a short distance to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. 

Nesuto Chippendale Sydney Apartment Hotel is located in Chippendale, approximately 2km from the heart of the city on the southern side towards Central Railway Station. 

Chippendale is well known as one of the key creative art districts of Sydney, with more than a dozen galleries in the small neighbourhood area of Abercrombie Street including White Rabbit Gallery, MOP Projects, and Pine Street Creative Arts Centre whilst Kensington St has a variety of great cafés and the well renown Spice Alley which offers a range of different Asian cuisine. 

Sporting facilities such as the Sydney Cricket Ground and Allianz Stadium (Sydney Football Stadium) and Moore Park Golf Club are within 15 minutes’ drive along with the Entertainment Quarter at Moore Park which offers a range of entertainment and dining options. The Horden Pavilion, Enmore Theatre and Seymour Theatres are also close by which are popular for many concerts and events. 

Paddy's Markets, Sydney's biggest markets, is a short 15 minute walk from  Nesuto Chippendale Sydney Apartment Hotel and has a wide variety of stalls; food, fashion, gifts and gadgets in a true market atmosphere along with Sydney’s China Town which offers a vast variety of dining options to tantalise your taste buds. 

Nesuto Chippendale Sydney Apartment Hotel is within close proximity to Darling Harbour which is captivating with great entertainment, amazing wildlife, waterfront dining, wine and cocktail bars, and late-night dancing. Enjoy encounters with penguins, sharks and koalas. Climb aboard tall ships and take the kids to a fabulous playground. Darling Harbour is also the home of the ICC Sydney (International Convention Centre Sydney) which hosts many conventions, tradeshows, exhibits and a large range of international concerts and performances. 

Public transport is right at our doorstop offering easy access to Sydney Central Business District and surrounding suburbs. 

Central Park - 550 m
Seymore Theatre and Centre - 850m
Broadway Shopping Centre - 650m
Spice Alley - 500m
Central Station - 1.1km
Chinatown - 1.3km
Darling Harbour - 1.8km
International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) - 1.7km
Redfern Train Station - 600m
Capital Theatre - 1.3km
Sydney Fish Markets - 2.3km
Prince Alfred Park - 600m
Sydney Lyric Theatre - 2.5km
Enmore Theatre -3.7km
University of Technology (UTS) - 600m
The University of Sydney - 1.2km
Royal Prince Alfred Hospital - 2.2km
Paddys Markets Market - 1.5km
Sydney Cricket Ground & Allianz Stadium - 2.8km
The Entertainment Quarter - 3.2km
Horden Pavilion & Royal Hall of Industries -3.2km
Australian Technology Park - 1.5km 

Plan your itinerary with these useful ideas…  

Sydney is one of the world’s most loved cities and it has a lively and vibrant buzz that makes it the ultimate destination throughout the year. Sydney is the premier city for events in Australia. The city ends each year and kicks-off every new-year with a world-renowned display of NYE fireworks . There are countless festivals, cultural exhibitions, days of celebration, and sporting events filling Sydney’s calendar. With the ability to entice people to from around the world, Sydney is always buzzing with activity, no matter which season!

Sydney knows how to throw a party and, with a number of public holiday celebrations held throughout the year, you’ll be able to experience some of Sydney’s legendary hospitality. The holiday and new-year period moves seamlessly into a celebration of the city itself, with Vivid Sydney bringing lights, music, fun and frivolity to the streets. Events and holidays that are important to Australia’s history, including Australia Day and ANZAC Day, are solemn yet joyful times, with parades and other public events on offer.

International sporting rivalries and other sporting events are played out on Sydney’s world famous sporting arenas. Whether you are cheering for the Green and Gold as they do battle with international foes, or get immersed in the parochial appeal of Sydney’s local sporting rivalries, sporting events in Sydney will leave you wanting more of the city’s dynamic atmosphere.

With world-class facilities, Sydney is also home to Australia’s best cultural events. Sydney’s thriving arts community is on display alongside the best of the world in the city’s performance spaces, such as the Sydney Opera House and the Capitol Theatre. Exhibitions from around the world often choose to make a temporary home in Sydney, set amongst some of the best museums in Australia.

So whether you’re in the mood for frivolity and street parties, aperitifs at the Opera House, or wearing the colours of your favourite sporting team, Sydney plays host to the events that are important to you.

For more information on these events occurring throughout the year please visit Sydney’s Event Calendar 

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