Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour rests between the bustling East Circular Quay of Sydney Harbour and the serene Royal Botanic Gardens. Although our elegant accommodation allow for a quiet environment, we are mere steps away from the best attractions, events and top things to do in Sydney, Australia including the Sydney Opera House, The Rocks historic district, and more.
Please read our hotel blog for all the latest news, travel tips, fun things to do in Sydney, and other helpful hints about our city’s wonderful attractions.
From natures escape to food and wine festivals, Sydney unlocks Autumn with a discovery of things to do and places to see. From Circular Quay’s iconic attractions of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, to its newest addition of Barangaroo.
A gentle stroll or a guided tour, attending an event, to having a picnic to take in the sites, Sydney offers a variety of choices for this Autumn.
Aurora Eora is a new experience at Barangroo bringing stories to life through song and art. Public artworks will be on display on Art Walls from the 17 March, a one night only live concert performance on Sat 25 Mar at 7pm. Visitors of the Cutaway can experience this sensory load for free.
The Cutaway, Barangaroo Reserve
Public Artworks: 17 Mar – 28 May
Live concert: 25 Mar, 7pm
Soundscape: 26 Mar – 16 Apr
Saturday morning yoga for some is an enriching experience to unwind and stretch. Join like-minded yogis to a one hour complimentary outdoor yoga classes in Barangaroo Reserve. Stargazer Lawn is on top of the park and provides a dramatic backdrop. Bring your mate, water bottle and an open mind.
Stargazer Lawn, Barangaroo Reserve
18 & 25 Mar, 9am – 10am
Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour – Carmen. Fall in love with an opera favourite, set in Seville around 1830 with love and jealousy of Don Jose , a naïve solider who is seduced by the wiles of a fiery gypsy Carmen.
24 Mar – 23 Apr
Fleet Steps, Mrs Macquaries Point
Tickets via Ticketmaster online or call 02 9318 8200
Socceroos vs United Arab Emirates. At the final stage o the FIFA World Cup Qualification, Sydney football Stadium is set to see if our Aussie favourites take their final goal. The game will be the seventh match of the Socceroos current World Cup Qualifying campaign and is the next qualifier to be played in Australia following clashes with Thailand and Iraq.
Sydney Football Stadium
Gates open: 6.30pm, kick off 8pm
Tickets via Ticktek online or
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