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Holiday rental apartments in Sydney

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  2. Eastlakes
1 bedroom tidy private room

1 private bedroom in a cozy and clean 3 bedroom apartment. Only 9km to Sydney city centre. 20 minutes to city by bus, direct 343 bus. 2-5 minutes walkto bus stop and shopping centre. 10 minutes to airport by car, uber or taxi. 20 minutes by bus, 357 or 418 to MASCOT train station. From airport international or domestic. By bus, 400 or 420 stop at Mascot shop then 301 or 303 bus to my place. By train, from airport to Mascot train station, then 418 or 357 bus, use Google map.

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  2. Bondi Junction
Beautiful Unit with Spectacular City Views

Gorgeous 2 bedroom unit with panoramic city views. Large balcony close to Bondi Beach, Centennial Park and public transport. 10 mins to City, 3 minutes to Bondi Junction shopping. Spacious security unit with parking, Pool and spa. beautifully appointed. The best of city living and fabulous beaches. Ideal for family or couples.

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  2. Summer Hill
Stunning apartment in historic mansion

Close to the centre of Sydney, this stunning contemporary and creatively styled apartment is located in an historic Victorian home situated in beautiful Summer Hill, famous for it's friendly community, cafes, restaurants and bars. In addition to your beautifully appointed double bedroom, you will have full use of bathroom, kitchen and living area.

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Houses in Sydney

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  2. Brighton-Le-Sands
Brighton-le-Sands, private bedroom & bathroom
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  2. Forest Lodge
Double Bed in Large Victorian Home
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  2. Clemton Park
Free-travel housing
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  2. Kogarah
Nyumbani (Means a place I call Home )
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  2. Forest Lodge
Large King Sized Bedroom
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  2. Beverley Park
cosy single room.
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  2. Holroyd
Private Room in Beautiful New Estate (Holroyd)
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  2. Kingsgrove
Kingsgrove home with park view
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  2. Kingsford
Queen Bed Central heating.
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  2. Randwick
Cosy and comfortable room in a peaceful house
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  2. Waterloo
Sunny cosy bedroom near transport
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  2. Brookvale
Single bed room in a friendly environment.

Pet-friendly apartments

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  2. Rose Bay
Pet friendly modern apartment with private garden
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  2. King's Cross
City hideaway
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  2. Bondi Beach
☀ PENTHOUSE PAD HUGE SUNNY TERRACE AIRCON ❤ BONDI
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  2. Mascot
KULA - Premium One Bed Apt Mascot FREE PARKING
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  2. Campsie
Brand new Private Bathroom in Cozy Chinese Area
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  2. Alexandria
Eco Luxe Suite in Australia's greenest Building
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  2. Wynyard
Chic & Calm in the CBD with Sky High Pool
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  2. Surry Hills
Central Train Station/Double Bed
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  2. Darlinghurst
BEST Location Darlinghurst modern STUDIO with AC
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  2. Neutral Bay
Massive Discount - chic, beautiful Neutral Bay
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  2. Redfern
Quality room available in heart of Redfern
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  2. Waterloo
Private room + own bathroom with gym & pool access

Apartments with kitchens

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  2. Newtown
Bright sunny room above a shop!
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  2. Chippendale
Park view warehouse apartment
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  2. Randwick
Private room in Sydney's eastern suburbs
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  2. Chippendale
Tree Top View Warehouse Apartment
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  2. King's Cross
Classic Inner City Hideaway
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  2. Maroubra
Handy spot, room with h/c air condition & balcony
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  2. Randwick
Lovely private room 15 minutes from Coogee Beach:)
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  2. Chippendale
Pop art studio close to the city
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  2. Leichhardt
Lovely apartment in Leichhardt
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  2. Chippendale
Stylish studio close to the city
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  2. Eastlakes
Cozy n clean 1 private bedroom. Delightful place.
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  2. Chippendale
Stylish Apt Min Walk to the City

Your guide to Sydney

All About Sydney

Originally home to 29 different clans — the Eora Nation — it’s no surprise that Sydney has developed a raft of different personalities. From casual, beach-rich Manly to the bright lights of Oxford Street’s night spots, visitors of all persuasions will find their niche here. Sydney is synonymous with its wealth of golden coastline, and there are endless ways to enjoy it. The famous Bondi to Coogee walk enjoys enduring popularity for good reason, while seawater pools and the North Sydney Olympic Pool offer showstopping views with your morning dip — the latter is tucked under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The harbour area itself is brimming with cosmopolitan bars and glamorous boats for watching vivid sunsets and soaking up the vibe long into the night. In the morning, grab a coffee from one of the city’s many cafes (they’re serious about their coffee here) and head out to surfer’s paradise Bondi to browse the boutiques and watch the waves roll in.


How do I get around Sydney?

Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD) is a short hop south of the city centre, within easy reach via rideshare (20 minutes) or train (less than 15 minutes). Hop on one of the Airport Link services that leave every 10 minutes for a comfortable, easy ride to most apartments in Sydney. Once you’re in the heart of Sydney, there are plenty of ways to crisscross the districts, soak up the character of the different suburbs, and explore that famous coastline. Bike share schemes, buses, light rail routes, and ferries make it easy to get a true taste of this harbourside hub, while plentiful coastal paths for all abilities show the rugged shoreline at its best.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sydney?

The climate in this part of Australia is generally consistent, with some peaks and drops in temperature throughout the year. Winter in the city is fairly gentle, and the sun is rarely away for long. Autumn’s pleasant days mark Australian students’ return to school and university and bring fewer visitors as a result, while the summer months from December to February bring the whole city outdoors to enjoy the abundant sunshine. The sun in this part of the world is both celebrated and respected — sunscreen and a hat are indispensable, and water is a sensible addition to your bag. Soak up the spectacle of the ever-popular Vivid Sydney — a yearly light, music, and creative festival, which kicks off in early summer with the Opera House enrobed in vibrant patterns.


What are the top things to do in Sydney?

Buy Australian-made in Paddington

Known to city residents as “Paddo,” this central suburb is dotted with terraced Victorian buildings and bisected by Oxford Street, one of the city’s main shopping areas and a huge draw for its nightlife. Paddington is well connected to other districts like energetic Darlinghurst, but it maintains its own identity. Spend a morning browsing the boutiques or treasure-hunting at Paddington Markets, a community initiative home to over 100 stalls showcasing local crafts and produce.

Visit Luna Park

Tucked almost under the Harbour Bridge in the suburb of Milsons Point, Luna Park’s colourful rides have all the fun of the fair. This beloved Sydney institution greets visitors with a gigantic, cartoonish clown at the entrance, and the retro feel runs throughout this mini marvel. Not a thrill-seeker? Take a sedate ride on the ferris wheel for commanding view of the Opera House, or take in the skyline from a waterfront picnic bench.

See the city from the water

Salty spray, Australian sunshine, and the Sydney skyline. What’s not to love? Every day, the city’s ferries carry commuters, families, and visitors alike from one side of the magnificent harbour to the other. For an unconventional view of the Harbour Bridge, take a trip on the Darling Harbour route, which passes right underneath the towering structure. There are also some high-speed options for the more adventurous passenger.