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Sydney Ice Arena

11 Solent Crt, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153

Welcome to Australia's Premier Ice Skating Facility. Sydney Ice Arena is the fun place to go ice skating with unrivaled facilities including:

- Olympic Sized Ice Arena
- Upper level full cafe overlooking ice rink
- Major function areas
- Discount Hockey and Figure Skate shops.
- Decorated Party rooms
- Huge stadium with comfort for a crowd
- 6 change rooms for ice hockey teams
- Over 200 carspaces incl. undercover carpark

Come and enjoy a cool evening at Sydney Ice Arena. Each Friday and Saturday night the lights are dimmed, the music videos are shown on the big screen and the Disco light are switched on. For a magical night meet your friends at Sydney Ice Arena.

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Temple Skincare

The Hills Lodge, 1 Salisbury Road (crn Windsor Road), Castle Hill NSW 2154

Opening hours


Monday: 9:00am to 8:00pm
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 9:00am to 5:30pm
Thursday: 9:00am to 9:00pm
Friday: 9:00am to 5:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday: By Appointment

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Riverside Theatre

Corner Church and Market Streets, Parramatta NSW 2150

 As the premiere theatre venue in western Sydney for live performances, Riverside Theatre plays a central role in the social and cultural life of western Sydney. With its three theatres, the performance schedule of Riverside is a tour de force: contemporary music, dance, opera, drama and comedy. Then, there are the film festivals, the Sydney Writers' Festival, the Sydney Festival and classes for school kids. Located in the Parramatta Entertainment Precinct, it is the cornerstone of the city’s vibrant nightlife.

Visit www.riversideparramatta.com.au

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Nu Show

7 Kingsmere Drive, Glenwood NSW 2768

Nu-Show is a theatrical website committed to producing NEW material. We are not interested in subsidising already established writers and composers, rather we seek to help launch NEW and undiscovered talent - like Ours and Yours!

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Event Cinemas - Castle Hill

Castle Towers Shopping Centre, Cnr Old Northern Road & Castle Street, Castle Hill NSW 2154

An intimate setting that seats no more than 30-40 people where guests can relax in reclining chairs and enjoy full waiter service as well as a brand new menu.

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Reading Cinemas - Auburn

100 Parramatta Road, Auburn NSW 2144

Reading Cinemas Auburn is a 9 screen cinema complex featuring wall to wall screens, digital sound, Dolby Digital 3D projection, stadium seating and luxury armchair comfort with moveable arms. Enjoy first release movies in 2D and 3D Dolby Digital, value packed candy bar deals and a selection of arcade games!

Unlimited FREE parking at the door every day. Undercover and outside parking is available.

Watch a movie at Reading Cinemas Auburn on Monday – Friday for sessions before 5pm and receive a discounted ticket (excludes Public Holidays).

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Stockland Baulkham Hills

375-383 Windsor Road, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153

Stockland Baulkham Hills makes shopping easy, bringing you Woolworths, Coles, Aldi, Harris Farm Markets and 78 specialty stores. Plus, there’s 850 free car parking spaces, free Kiddie Kab hire and an award winning Parents' Room for customer convenience.

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Stockland Merrylands

McFarlane Street, Merrylands NSW 2160

Stockland Merrylands shopping centre is located 25km West of the Sydney CBD and has serviced the local community since 1972.

The centre experienced a major $400 million redevelopment in 2012, and now delivers a 59,000sqm shopping centre, with a variety of stores including Kmart, Target, Big W, Coles, Woolworths, Aldi, JB HI FI, Best & Less and over 200 specialty stores. The centre has convenient parking with over 6 levels and 3,000 car spaces plus 3 hours free parking.

Opening hours


Monday 9:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 5:30pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 5:30pm
Thursday 9:00am - 9:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 10:00am - 4:00pm

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Stockland Wetherill Park

Polding Street, Wetherill Park NSW 2164

Stockland Wetherill Park has a diverse range of shopping: big retailers like Woolworths, Franklins, Big W and Target, as well as 139 speciality stores. There's a Priceline pharmacy, Hoyts and a wide variety of community facilities - all with easy parking.

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Rhodes Shopping Centre

1 Rider Boulevard, Rhodes NSW 2138

The car park has been converted to a new streamlined automated parking system. No more delays paying at the exit boom gate!

Simply pay for your parking at one of the Autopay machines before returning to your car. You will still receive 3 hours free parking when you visit us.

We’re also installing a parking guidance system to save you time! Active, easy to follow signage and red/green indicator lamps above each parking space will guide you to the nearest available parking space!

We look forward to seeing you on your next visit.

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Carlingford Court

Cnr Pennant Hills & Carlingford Roads, Carlingford NSW 2118

Servicing the local community since 1965, Carlingford Court is located approximately 20 kilometres north west of the Sydney CBD. With a focus on convenience, Carlingford Court is a great place for your weekly shopping and service needs.

With Coles, Woolworths, Target and approximately 100 specialty stores, you’ll be able to find almost everything you are looking for at Carlingford Court.

The Centre is supported by approximately 1,400 parking spaces and is serviced seven days a week by local bus and taxi connections. Carlingford Court has had a long association with the community of north west Sydney and has evolved to meet the needs of the area.

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Castle Towers

6-14 Castle Street, Castle Hill NSW 2154

Castle Towers is the centrepiece of the Castle Hill trading precinct. The centre was constructed in 1982 and has been significantly upgraded and extended to be one of Australia’s largest and most productive shopping centres. The centre is the first choice retail destination for Hills district locals who enjoy the relaxed one stop retail, leisure and entertainment environment.

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Castle Mall Shopping Centre

4-16 Terminus Street, Castle Hill NSW 2154

Franklins, Dick Smith, Grower's Market, Trade Secret plus more than 30 specialty stores are part of the Castle Mall retail family.

For fabulous fresh food and friendly local service, Castle Mall Shopping Centre is the place to shop. With plenty of free undercover parking and convenient shopping, be sure to visit Castle Mall.

A new Pirate Ship Play Land has arrived at Castle Mall outside Franklins on the Ground Level. The Play Land is free and suitable for children up to six years with plenty of interactive activities and games. Enjoy the convenience of Castle Mall, while kids enjoy hours of fun!

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Homemaker Megamall Auburn

265 Parramatta Road, Auburn NSW 2144

Laura Cross hosted Room Therapy at Homemaker Megamall Auburn and showed us how to transform any living space from a Winter to Spring look!

With over 30 homemaker stores, 2 cafes and Kids_Space, a free play area for kids aged between 1 and 5, it's easy! you'll find the inspiration to create your living space this spring!

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Chester Square Shopping Centre

1 Leicester Street, Chester Hill NSW 2162

Located in the heart of Chester Hill, Chester Square caters for a captive audience from the surrounding suburbs and beyond. Its convenience, familiarity and ease of shopping make it a popular shopping centre.

Chester Square caters for your everyday shopping needs in providing a varied mix of specialty stores complimented by Woolworths and Go-Lo. There are over 325 car parking spaces with easy access to the one level shopping mall.

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Sydney Olympic Park Archery Centre

Bennelong Parkway, Wentworth Point NSW 2127

If you are a total newcomer wanting to find out a little bit more about archery, then this is the ideal place to start.

Our Aim for Fun archery program is designed for people who want to try archery. It includes the basics of archery with all the equipment provided.

Skilled instructors provide constant supervision and basic instruction throughout the lesson and has been designed to give you the necessary skills to shoot a bow and arrow and the proficiency and confidence to progress to the next level.

The program provides a fun and enjoyable experience for all members of the family, minimum age limit of 10 years.

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Lazer Runner

152 Gipps Road, Smithfield NSW 2164

Lazer Runner is located in Smithfield, New South Wales.

Party Packages:

  • Birthdays
  • Sports Pre or End of Season
  • Team Building
  • Casual play too !

Corporate Facilities:

  • Team Building
  • Product Launches
  • Client Rewards Days
  • Board Room Facilities
  • Individual Meeting Rooms
  • Data Projection

For all enquiries, our friendly staff are the best source of information, so give us a call today

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Tenpin City

92 Parramatta Road, Lidcombe NSW 2141

Tenpin city makes a great destination for birthday parties for any age. All of our great facilities are what makes a party at Tenpin City a thrilling experience.

Tenpin City is a perfect venue for all your team building days, corporate Christmas parties, company-wide celebration or board meetings.

Looking for a great place to have your companies Christmas function or your next Christmas family event? Tenpin City is a great venue for you to consider.

Looking for a way to raise funds for your school, company or favorite charity? We've got a great solution for you to make all your fundraising goals achievable and fun!

Looking for something to do on a night out with your friends? That faint sound in your ear isn't imaginary, it's Tenpin City calling your name!

Tenpin City is a great outing for Church Youth Groups, Sport Team building, Peer Support Groups, a place to gather for meetings or just for fun...

Chill out, relax, have a beer or we'll mix you a cocktail at our 300 Bar. Find out how our specialty drinks will help you bowl a 300 game, every game.

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Andersons Tours

PO Box 498, Toongabbie NSW 2146
Anderson's Tours are Blue Mountains specialists. Their focus is on one day all inclusive Blue Mountain, small group touring that they have been operating over the last seventeen years. They have refined it to be the best value all inclusive day tour that departs from Sydney to the Blue Mountains. They are a family operated business so their heart and soul is in what they offer visitors. They are proud to say that we have received the 2014 Tripadvisor Award of Excellence thanks to their customer's feedback.
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Natural Wanders

74 Britannia Road, Castle Hill NSW 2154
Natural Wanders has been in operation since 1993. They run kayak tours on Sydney Harbour from their boatshed in Lavender Bay (not far from Luna Park). Owner Patrick Dibben is a former President of the NSW Sea Kayak Club, with over 30 years experience leading outdoor adventures. Natural Wanders will take you on a wander through one of the most magnificent harbours in the world. Discover its many bays and beaches, its beauty, its history, and experience it in a way bringing you close to nature. Personalised tours for small groups or individuals are available. There are early morning paddles for those who live in Sydney and want to get fit - join one of these groups for a great start to your working day. It's a big harbour with over 240 kilometres of shoreline, so contact Natural Wanders if you'd like to find out what other paddles are available.
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Dive Into History at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre

Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Dive Into History is an exhibition celebrating the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. Discover the many great stories of this dynamic venue. Immerse yourself in memorable moments of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games, world records set in the pool, past legends and present champions, award-winning architecture. Explore costumes, signed shirts, medals and other fascinating memorabilia from the greats including Ian Thorpe, Shane Gould and Geoff Huegill. Watch video packages of the events that made history at the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and a Day in the Life of the Pool which includes unique time-lapse footage of the competition pool's movable bulkhead and other behind-the-scenes views Get your photo take on the original Olympic dais, and compare your hand prints with world record swimmers. Dive Into History is located on the level two walkway near the entrance under the main grandstand.
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Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre

Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Swim in the Pool of Champions, The Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre was the venue for Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Home to four indoor heated pools, rapid river ride, giant water slide, spa, sauna, steam room, heath club all surrounded by lush palm trees and colourful mosaics. Splasher's Water Playground features dumping buckets, interactive water cannons and water slides in the shallow pool, it is fun, safe and will provide active play for children of all ages. You are welcome to join the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre Tour which includes a free spa and an opportunity to swim in the world's fastest pool! Your guide will take you on tour to re-live Australia's gold medal winning swims and divulge the secrets of why the pool is considered one of the world's best. Tours are by appointment only.
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Gatehouse Tea Rooms

Corner of Pitt and Macquarie Streets, Parramatta NSW 2150
Macquarie Street Gatehouse Tea Rooms is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of busy city life and relax. Indulge in the finest quality High Tea or a light snack in one of the oldest High Tea venues in Australia. This stunning building, built in 1887, is a significant part of the colonial history of Parramatta and in 2007 was granted World Heritage Listing by UNESCO. Come and experience a unique slice of elite Australian colonial history.
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Cumberland State Forest

95 Castle Hill Road, West Pennant Hills NSW 2125
Cumberland State Forest is a 40 hectare oasis of green in Sydney's north-western suburbs. Enjoy a stroll on one of Cumberland's forest walks, meander through the tall eucalypt forest, explore moist rainforest on the Palm Gully Trail or touch, hear and smell your way along the stroller and wheelchair friendly Sensory Trail. Cumberland offers four leafy picnic and barbecue areas, so you are sure to find the perfect place for a family get together or social gathering. A cafe, native plant nursery and forest information are on-site. A wide range of programmed weekend and school holiday activities will suit all ages and a variety of interests!
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Boronia Tours

54 Carramarr Road, Castle Hill NSW 2154
A morning with Boronia Tours will give you the opportunity to enjoy the scents and sounds of the bush, while you explore it in safety. See plants used by the Aborigines and early settlers. Wonder at the amazing diversity of Sydney's unique flora. Boronia Tours specialise in walks for small groups alternatively you can come along on a number of open group walks run by Boronia Tours in conjunction with other organisations such as The Hills Shire Council, Ryde Council or Parramatta Council - all these walks are free.
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The Hills District Historical Society Museum and Research Centre

Building 10 Balcombe Heights Estate, 92 Seven Hills Road, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153
The Hills District Historical Society Museum features farming, woodworking and household equipment, and clothing donated by Hills District residents. The museum has a research room which includes files on Hills District pioneers, over 5000 photos of people, houses, transport, shops and industries. Photos of local suburban history books are for sale. An education program and local guided tours can be arranged for groups outside opening times.
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Castle Hill RSL

77 Castle Street, Castle Hill NSW 2154
The origins of Castle Hill RSL can be traced back to 1932, when the Hills District Returned Sailors and Soldiers Club was formed to assist World War One veterans and their families. The aim of Castle Hill RSL is to provide members and the community with a modern and progressive community focused club group that provides the best hospitality, sporting, entertainment and fitness/aquatic services and facilities. Castle Hill RSL has three bars and five dining destinations including; Courtyard Cafe, Courtyard Restaurant for specialty dining; Pizza and Gelato Bar, Rib Factory - famous for ribs and steaks, and Jin Yan Asian Cuisine - modern Asian yum cha and a la carte restaurant.
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Castle Hill Tavern

25 Victoria Avenue, Castle Hill NSW 2154
Castle Hill Tavern is situated in the Hills District, close to the city of Sydney. Castle Hill Tavern has plenty of great areas to relax, including the beer garden and the public bar booths. Look no further than the Castle Hill Tavern for a great place to meet up with friends. Enjoy the great pub atmosphere with a range of activities and special deals! The venue is well equipped with two purpose built function rooms suitable for any occasion. The functions team at Castle Hill Tavern is focused on providing first class service and flexibility, and understand that every function is unique, therefore striving to meet the individual needs of clients.
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Powerhouse Discovery Centre

172 Showground Road, Castle Hill NSW 2154
The Powerhouse Discovery Centre is temporarily closed until late 2015 due to a major upgrade that will delivery improved public facilities and a new shared storage facility for three of the State's largest cultural institutions. The Powerhouse Discovery Centre is the Powerhouse Museum's publicly-accessible, museum storage and collection care facility located in Castle Hill. The Discovery Centre provides a very different behind-the-scenes museum experience as well as access to thousands of objects, including historic steam engines, cars, trams and planes and lots of smaller objects such as textiles, dolls, and ceramics displayed in themed artefact drawers. The Powerhouse Discovery Centre offers a range of unique educational and fun experiences for families and children. During the school holidays the Discovery Centre presents special programs relevant to the collection including storytelling, shows, workshops and hands-on make and do craft activities.
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Bella Vista Farm

Norwest Boulevard, Corner of Elizabeth MacArthur Drive, Bella Vista NSW 2153
Experience the tranquillity of Bella Vista Farm and soak up the surrounding 20 hectares of parkland with panoramic views of the Sydney basin back to the Blue Mountains. Immerse yourself in Australia's history with a morning tea in the charming gardens and courtyard of the original homestead, and take a tour of the homestead interior and various farm buildings. Bella Vista Farm boasts a string of past owners and farm uses that contributed significantly to the development of Australian agriculture, including the first merino sheep farm in Australia and the foundation of the Australian citrus fruit industry. Enjoy a social picnic and make use of the public barbecue facilities in the outer grounds of the farm or simply wander the walk ways and view the avenue of Bunya Pines that form the original driveway to the homestead. Group guided tours and school group tours can also be arranged.
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The Galston Club

21-25 Arcadia Road, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153
The Galston Club is a great venue for meeting with friends and family to celebrate those special occasions. A covered play area is available for children up to 12 years of age. Sit back, relax and enjoy the great atmosphere at The Galston Club. Here you'll find regular weekly events that locals and visitors are welcome to enjoy as well as live entertainment. Guests will also enjoy a family friendly atmosphere, alfresco dining, excellent service from the fabulous staff, a courtesy bus and of course, affordable meals with seniors special lunch menus and kids menu.
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Fagan Park

38-48 Arcadia Road, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153
Fagan Park is an area of about 55 hectares on Arcadia Road at Galston. The site was donated by the Fagan family to the Department of Lands with Hornsby Shire Council appointed as sole trustee for the park. The park was adopted as Council's bicentennial project and was officially opened in November, 1988. There are so many things to do in Fagan Park such as a privately-run cafe service selling coffee and refreshments; Gardens of Many Nations (10 hectares of gardens); picnic and barbecue; Netherby Cottage - the original Fagan family homestead; rural museums; children's playgrounds; bushland with short bushwalking trail; large open areas for informal games and kite flying; unsealed paths for bicycle riding; Arcadia Road (one large picnic shelter) and Carrs Road (three large picnic shelters) picnic areas; many small picnic shelters scattered throughout the park; eco garden - an educational, productive and sustainable garden.
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Fagan Park

38-48 Arcadia Road, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153
Fagan Park is an area of about 55 hectares on Arcadia Road at Galston. The site was donated by the Fagan family to the Department of Lands with Hornsby Shire Council appointed as sole trustee for the park. The park was adopted as Council's bicentennial project and was officially opened in November, 1988. There are so many things to do in Fagan Park such as a privately-run cafe service selling coffee and refreshments; Gardens of Many Nations (10 hectares of gardens); picnic and barbecue; Netherby Cottage - the original Fagan family homestead; rural museums; children's playgrounds; bushland with short bushwalking trail; large open areas for informal games and kite flying; unsealed paths for bicycle riding; Arcadia Road (one large picnic shelter) and Carrs Road (three large picnic shelters) picnic areas; many small picnic shelters scattered throughout the park; eco garden - an educational, productive and sustainable garden.
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The Galston Club

21-25 Arcadia Road, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153
The Galston Club is a great venue for meeting with friends and family to celebrate those special occasions. A covered play area is available for children up to 12 years of age. Sit back, relax and enjoy the great atmosphere at The Galston Club. Here you'll find regular weekly events that locals and visitors are welcome to enjoy as well as live entertainment. Guests will also enjoy a family friendly atmosphere, alfresco dining, excellent service from the fabulous staff, a courtesy bus and of course, affordable meals with seniors special lunch menus and kids menu.
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Riverside Brewing Co

Unit 3, 2 North Rocks Road, North Parramatta NSW 2151
Riverside Brewing Company is a craft brewery based in Western Sydney, Australia. They are dedicated to brewing pure, natural, hand-crafted beers that are bursting with flavour and aroma whilst being free of additives and preservatives. Quality, not quantity, is what they strive for. Put simply, they brew beer that the locals and craft beer drinkers would find a pleasure to drink. All of Riverside's beers are brewed on-site in the brewhouse in Parramatta, and are bottle conditioned and unfiltered to ensure the freshest beer possible.
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Dive Into History at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre

Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Dive Into History is an exhibition celebrating the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre. Discover the many great stories of this dynamic venue. Immerse yourself in memorable moments of the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games, world records set in the pool, past legends and present champions, award-winning architecture. Explore costumes, signed shirts, medals and other fascinating memorabilia from the greats including Ian Thorpe, Shane Gould and Geoff Huegill. Watch video packages of the events that made history at the Sydney 2000 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and a Day in the Life of the Pool which includes unique time-lapse footage of the competition pool's movable bulkhead and other behind-the-scenes views Get your photo take on the original Olympic dais, and compare your hand prints with world record swimmers. Dive Into History is located on the level two walkway near the entrance under the main grandstand.
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Ibis Sydney Olympic Park

Olympic Boulevard, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
Located in the heart of Sydney's only major sporting and event precinct, the Ibis at Sydney Olympic Park offers 144 comfortable rooms to suit any guest. Surrounded by 640 hectares of parklands and a short walk from ANZ Stadium and Allphones Arena, the Ibis is the preferred location for business and leisure travellers. Located just 30 minutes' drive from the city centre and close to rail, bus and ferry services, the Ibis at Sydney Olympic Park offers guests a contemporary dining option at Boulevard Brasserie, as well as the Brewery Bar (located beneath the hotel) and conference facilities that are shared with the adjacent Novotel Sydney Olympic Park. ...

Rosehill Gardens Racecourse

James Ruse Drive, Rosehill NSW 2142
The home of racing in Sydney’s west, world-class racing, top-tier entertainment and an effortlessly cool social scene converge on the manicured grounds of Rosehill Gardens. Just 22 kilometres west of the central business district, and close to Sydney Olympic Park, it’s a not-so-well-kept-secret that this is one of the premier racecourses in the country. Home to the world’s richest race for two-year-olds, the AUD3.5 million Longines Golden Slipper, this quietly confident industry icon hosts a highly regarded racing calendar that attracts the racing’s finest. Immaculate gardens surround a specialist track with sweeping turns that is one of Australia’s most picturesque. Big business, the fashion forward, racing enthusiasts and revellers sunning and socialising can be seen taking advantage of the many entertainment options that are a benchmark for the region....

Brickpit Ring Walk

Marjorie Jackson Parkway, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
The Ring Walk is an elevated circular walkway that allows visitors to access and view the Brickpit from above while preserving the habitat of the endangered Green and Golden Bell frog. The Ring Walk is 550 metres in circumference and is raised 18.5 metres above the sandstone floor of the Brickpit. The Ring Walk allows many people to experience the Brickpit while fully recognising it as a fragile habitat. Once home the State Brickworks, a self guided walk past information panels outlines the location's environmental and heritage significance . ...
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PARKROYAL Parramatta

30 Phillip Street, Parramatta NSW 2150
Situated alongside Parramatta River, PARKROYAL Parramatta is located just minutes away from popular Church Street, Riverside Theatre, Rosehill Gardens Racecourse and ANZ Stadium. Ideal for business or leisure, the hotel offers 196 comfortable rooms and suites, a business centre with full secretarial services, an outdoor swimming pool and complimentary access to nearby Parramatta Fitness. TABLE:30, the hotel's restaurant and BAR:30, located in the hotel lobby, provide a relaxed atmosphere and the perfect spot for a meal or a drink. Boasting Parramatta's most premium venue for meetings and events, there are eight versatile meeting spaces that can accommodate up to 500 delegates. An iconic landmark conveniently located in the commercial area of Western Sydney, PARKROYAL Parramatta is "Your Trusted Local Companion" in Parramatta....

Tropfest Australia

Park Parade, Parramatta NSW 2150
Tropfest, the world's largest short film festival, is a free, outdoor event, and in 2017, celebrating it's 25th anniversary! Set in Sydney's beautiful Parramatta Park, a summer calendar would be naked without it! The atmosphere is electric and the film screening is well attended by Australian film celebrities and thousands of Sydneysiders. Tropfest is unique in that all films submitted must be under seven minutes in length and include a theme, known as the Tropfest Signature Item or TSI. The TSI for this year is 'Pineapple'. Head to Parramatta Park in February for a night of film like no other!...

Aussie NightMarkets - Friday Nights

Flushcombe Road, Blacktown NSW 2148
With over 40 international food stalls, a couple of retails stalls, a live DJ from 5pm to 9pm, and free face painting, you don't want to miss out on the Aussie NightMarkets in Blacktown! Come along from 4pm to 10pm every Friday....

Blacktown Arts Centre

78 Flushcombe Road , Blacktown NSW 2148
Blacktown Arts Centre (BAC) is an exciting and innovative contemporary multi-arts facility located in the Blacktown central business district. The Arts Centre presents a curated program of exhibitions, performances, workshops and events with a primary focus on arts development. BAC is active in developing new audiences and new experiences for audiences. Taking great pride in providing access to world quality performances and events the Arts Centre supports artists in experimenting with their art forms. BAC cultivates partnerships with key cultural organisations to develop arts activity in the region by ensuring projects are adequately resourced, artistically challenging and critically responsive. The Arts Centre has a firm commitment to exploring the best, most dynamic and culturally diverse work in Western Sydney and in promoting it as a vital part of Australian contemporary arts practice. ...

Baulkham Hills

Baulkham Hills, Baulkham Hills NSW 2153
Baulkham Hills is located approximately 30 kilometres northwest of Sydney in the Shire of Baulkham Hills. William Joyce, the first settler in the Hills, was given a grant of 30 acres in 1794 near today's Junction Road and Old Windsor Road. The oldest farmhouse in the area is Joyce Farmhouse in Valerie Crescent near Seven Hills. Andrew McDougall, a settler from Buckholm Hills, County of Roxburgh in Scotland, was given land in 1799, which he named Roxburgh Place. He was responsible for giving the district its present name. Baulkham Hills is a busy residential suburb linked to the city by the Hills M2 Motorway. The area has a host of restaurants, quiet walks through Excelsior Bushland Reserve and the beautiful Baulkham Hills Rose Garden. Towns surrounding Baulkham Hills include: Bella Vista, Castle Hill, Northmead and Seven Hills....

Castle Hill Tavern

25 Victoria Avenue, Castle Hill NSW 2154
Castle Hill Tavern is situated in the Hills District, close to the city of Sydney. Castle Hill Tavern has plenty of great areas to relax, including the beer garden and the public bar booths. Look no further than the Castle Hill Tavern for a great place to meet up with friends. Enjoy the great pub atmosphere with a range of activities and special deals! The venue is well equipped with two purpose built function rooms suitable for any occasion. The functions team at Castle Hill Tavern is focused on providing first class service and flexibility, and understand that every function is unique, therefore striving to meet the individual needs of clients. ...