ATTRACTIONS NEAR PULLMAN QUAY GRAND SYDNEY HARBOUR

Sydney, Australia consistently ranks as one of the best places to live and work, as well as one of the top vacation destinations in the world. The metropolitan area is home not only to dozens of beaches and the iconic Sydney Opera House, but several theatres, The Rocks, and Circular Quay. There are always wonderful upcoming events in Sydney, and Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour situates our guests in the best location to enjoy all of the fabulous activities and things to do and see in Sydney.

Located near the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour   Bridge, Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour is perfectly situated for guests who wish to take a ferry or train to any of the nearby attractions.
Not sure what to do in Sydney? Browse some of our top recommended attractions below.

Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour

LUNA PARK

TARONGA ZOO

MRS MACQUARIE’S CHAIR

MANLY BEACH

BONDI BEACH

THE ROCKS

SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE

SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE

THE ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS

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LUNA PARK NEAR THE PULLMAN QUAY GRAND SYDNEY HARBOUR

LUNA PARK

Sydney's oldest amusement park with spectacular views over the harbour.

TARONGA ZOO NEAR THE PULLMAN QUAY GRAND SYDNEY HARBOUR

TARONGA ZOO

Visit Taronga Zoo, the city zoo of Sydney located on the shore of Sydney Harbour.

MRS MACQUARIE’S CHAIR NEAR THE PULLMAN QUAY GRAND SYDNEY HARBOUR

MRS MACQUARIE’S CHAIR

Mrs Macquarie's Chair, on the peninsula of Mrs Macquarie's Point is one of the best places to enjoy amazing views of Sydney.

MANLY BEACH NEAR THE PULLMAN QUAY GRAND SYDNEY HARBOUR

MANLY BEACH

Just a 30-minute ferry trip from Circular Quay, Manley Beach is home to pristine waters, walking paths, shopping, and nightlife.

BONDI BEACH  NEAR THE PULLMAN QUAY GRAND SYDNEY HARBOUR

BONDI BEACH

The name originated from the Aboriginal word for the sound of water breaking over rocks. Bondi Beach is the most popular beach in Sydney, and is one of New South Wales’s most beloved tourist attractions.

THE ROCKS NEAR THE PULLMAN QUAY GRAND SYDNEY HARBOUR

THE ROCKS

The historic and cultural centre of Sydney, this neighbourhood dates all the way to the city’s founding in 1788.

SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE  NEAR THE PULLMAN QUAY GRAND SYDNEY HARBOUR

SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE

This dramatic bridge connects the central business district to the North Shore, and was constructed as part of a Depression-era work project from 1924 to 1932, when it opened to the public.

Famous Opera House near the Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour

SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE

Perhaps one of the most famous buildings in Sydney, the Opera House features multiple venues for performing arts, and is home to Opera Australia and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

THE ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS  NEAR THE PULLMAN QUAY GRAND SYDNEY HARBOUR

THE ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS

First opened to the public in 1816, this garden is home to one of the most important botanic institutions in the world.