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Staying in an Apartment in Sydney
You'll find plenty of places to stay in Sydney with 1526 accommodation options including 744 apartments. Be sure to visit the bustling port and seek out the fascinating museums while you're here. Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are popular places worth a visit.
Why would you choose an apartment versus a traditional hotel? Apartments are often more spacious than a traditional hotel room and come with a kitchen, so you can enjoy some home-cooked meals.
When is the Best Time to Visit Sydney?
Though weather is just one factor, it can have an impact on your travel plans, especially if you're planning for a longer stay. Since apartments often have stricter cancellation policies, it might be good to familiarise yourself with these weather averages before booking.
- The hottest months are typically February and January, while July and June are the coldest months
- January-March: Daytime temperatures average 26°C and nighttime temperatures average 16°C
- April-June: 23°C is the daytime average and 8°C is the nighttime average
- July-September: Daytime averages are around 20°C and nighttime averages are around 8°C
- October-December: The average temperatures are 25°C during the day and 12°C at night
- Average rainfall is 1188 inches in a year
Things to Do in Sydney
Visitors speak highly of Sydney for its museums and waterfront. Wildlife Sydney and SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium are a couple of the family-friendly sights, whereas cultural attractions include Theatre Royal and Wentworth Gallery Indigenous Artists. You can also visit some other popular places in town including Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.Sydney is known also for its:
How to Get to Sydney and Around the Area
Fly into Sydney, NSW (SYD-Kingsford Smith Intl.), which is located 5.3 mi (8.6 km) away from the city centre. Otherwise, look for flights into Wollongong, NSW (WOL-Illawarra Regional), which is 53.5 mi (86.1 km) away.
Walk to nearby metro stations like Martin Place Station, Wynyard Station and St. James Station. If you'd like to explore more of the area, hop aboard a train from Sydney Circular Quay Station, Exhibition Centre Station or Sydney Central Station. You can take a ferry from the port.