Sydney, one of Australia’s largest cities is home to iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Not only is Sydney known for buildings like these, it is renowned for its expansive coastlines.
While these attractions are most distinct for many, there is an endless array of things to do including picturesque picnic spots, indoor and outdoor art exhibitions, garden and coastal walks, architectural monuments, an indulgence of award winning restaurants to try and melting pot of and cultures to dive into.
September in Sydney is a beautiful time of year, as spring starts to descend, the days are getting longer and the temperature begins to increase, with the average ranging between 12°C (54°F) and 20°C (54°F).
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Getting to the Venue
The Airport link is located directly beneath Terminal 1 Domestic T2 and T3 terminals. The train services most city stops, including Museum, Central and Town Hall Station. The closest station is Museum Station (300 metres or a 3 minute walk) and then Central or Town Hall Station (both 700 metres or 7 minute walk). The cost to ride the train to the hotel is AUD 17 per person.
The hotel recommend getting off at Museum Station, as the walk to the hotel is convenient for guests with luggage from this stop.
Each terminal has its own sheltered taxi rank. It takes approximately 20-30 minutes to drive to the Sydney Masonic Centre from the domestic airport depending on traffic. A one way fare is approximately AUD $50 - $60.