Woolbrokers Hotel

Woolbrokers Hotel in Pyrmont, Sydney, Australia | Hotel | Hotel services

Woolbrokers Hotel is situated right in the heart of Darling Harbour in Pyrmont in New South Wales in Australia. Just across the road from the Monorail station, everything that Sydney has to offer is at your doorstep.

Woolbrokers Hotel in Pyrmont is centrally located in the heart of Sydney's Darling Harbour tourist attraction - offering budget bed and breakfast accommodation in a great location at a great price.

We are proud to offer clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation in one of Sydney's prime locations, Pyrmont, with easy access to everything Sydney has to offer in New South Wales.

It's your choice, you can walk, take the monorail, light rail, ferry or bus to all major Sydney attractions.

Great for independent travellers, families and groups. We pride ourselves on being group specialists with 18 years experience and thousands of happy visitors.

Stay with us and enjoy the traditional charm of the Woolbrokers Hotel and the friendly personal service from our attentive staff.

Rooms at the Woolbrokers Hotel in Prymont:
Rest in your room knowing that Darling Harbour is right outside. Choose from our great selection of accommodation including ensuite and share facility rooms. Share facility rooms have a bathroom adjacent.

Attractions within easy reach from Pyrmont and the Woolbrokers Hotel:

Located in Darling Harbour with all of Sydney at your doorstep, you are spoilt for choice. Within minutes you can enjoy all that the immediate locality has to offer.

Darling Harbour
Darling Harbour, just minutes from central Sydney, is one of the world?s great waterfront destinations and one of Australia?s major tourist attractions. Around the shores of Cockle Bay and as far south as Chinatown, you?ll find a wealth of attractions including museums, cruises, restaurants, shops, parks and gardens. Darling Harbour?s main shopping complex is Harbourside. Darling Harbour is known for its diversity of dining experiences, from fine dining to cheap eats with more than 100 restaurants, cafes and takeaway outlets.

Sydney Aquarium
Take a spectacular journey through the world famous Sydney Aquarium and discover the world?s largest collection of all-Australian aquatic life. Walk underwater and come face to face with fearsome sharks and marvel at the majestic giant rays. Confront our ferocious 3metre salt water crocodile, find nemo and be entertained and amazed by the playful seals, secretive platypus and adorable penguins.

Wildlife World
Experience a real Australian adventure, without having travel all around Australia. Sydney Wildlife World gives you the chance to see all the different and bizarre animals of Australia in the heart of Darling Harbour. See over 6,000 animals living in their natural habitats and eco systems, where you can take a walk on the wild side with the yellow-footed rock wallabies or meet one of Australias cutest national icons, the koala.

IMAX Theatre
Be totally immersed in amazisng 3D films on the world?s biggest eight-storey-high cinema screen at the IMAX Theatre in Darling Harbour.

Entertainment Centre
Home to the stars. Sydneys venue that attracts world class international acts. Situated in Chinatown, 10 mins. walk from Darling Harbour.

Chinatown, Paddys Markets and Chinese Gardens
Every world class city has a Chinatown. Sydney is no exception. The hustle, bustle wall-to-wall restaurants and the bargain hunters paradise, Sydney?s famous Paddy?s Markets (which has been trading in one former another since 1834). What sets Sydney apart is next door to Chinatown are the Chinese Gardens where you walk from the manic activity of Chinatown into the peace and tranquillity of the Chinese Gardens.

Powerhouse Museum
The Powerhouse Museum is a centre of technology, social history, sciences, aviation and all forms of land transport. Marvel at the exhibition focusing on human achievement.

Australian National Maritime Museum
Records Australia's Maritime history and our need to master the ocean and overcome our island isolation. Its displays are changed frequently so many people return time and time again. Climb on board the James Craig, the 1874 square rigger, step on board

HMAS Onslow, an Oberon class submarine, and also explore an Australian Navy destroyer, or a lighthouse. For much of the year the replica of Captain Cook's HMB Endeavour is also moored at the museum.

Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre
This brand new state of art $40 million facility within a unique wave-form building and is named to honor five times gold medal winning Olympic champion, Ian Thorpe. For those wanting non-aquatic exercise the complex also features a gym.

Star City
For those who have spare cash, then the perfect place to visit is the Star City Casino who will entice you to part with some of it. However, Star City is much more than a Casino, and home to the Lyric Theatre where acclaimed cabaret acts are performed. Numerous restaurants and relaxing bars with wonderful views of the harbour can also be found.

Sydney Fish Markets
Close to Darling Harbour, the markets are Sydney?s wholesale seafood auction house where visitors are welcome to view the famous dutch auction. Sydney?s finest food retailers are represented in the markets and you can enjoy fresh seafood lunches.

Taronga Zoo
Just a short ferry ride across the harbour is arguably the zoo with the best views of any zoo in the world, home to over 2,000 different types of animals. They cater for not just casual visitors but also have curriculum-based education programs for school groups and can even arrange sleep-overs.

Sydney Tower Skywalk
Go vertical and experience breathtaking 360 degree views and exhilarating outdoor heights of skywalk. At 250 metres (twice the height of Sydney Harbour Bridge), skywalk traverses 2 levels of walkways and overhanging platforms on top of Sydney Tower. Looking down through the glass floor is an incredible experience.

Bridge Climb Sydney
This unforgettable climb adventure takes you on a journey to the summit of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge where you will gain the ultimate appreciation of Sydney. As you take in the sights and sounds of the city, you?ll have a commanding view of the most beautiful harbour in the world.

Sydney Opera House
This must see Australian icon is home to the Sydney Theatre Company, Sydney Symphony, Opera Australia and the chosen venue for many touring theatre, ballet and musical productions.
The Opera House now has world heritage listing for buildings in the modern era and you can experience participation in a building which for future generations will stand alongside the ancient icon buildings of the world.

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22 Allen Street
New South Wales
+61 (0)2 9552 4773
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Powerhouse Museum
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Wildlife World
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