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Holiday rental apartments in Sydney

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Top-rated apartments in Sydney

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  2. Chippendale
Luxe Studio Minutes Walk to the City

Add a bit of luxe to your Sydney stay. Stylish, clean, comfortable and convenient this self contained studio is surrounded by fantastic cafes, restaurants and galleries, as well as transport and shops. It has been fitted out with all you need to make your stay as pleasant as possible. All the pictures you see are of your private studio which is accessible via a main stairwell.

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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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Self contained studio with private courtyard

This lovely self contained studio features kitchenette, bathroom and courtyard and it has been fitted out with all you need for a comfortable stay just minutes walk to the city, with transport, shopping, cafes, restaurants and galleries all around you. All the spaces you see on the pictures are your private spaces.

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Houses in Sydney

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  2. Kogarah
Nyumbani (Means a place I call Home )
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  2. Forest Lodge
Double Bed in Large Victorian Home
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  2. Kingsgrove
Kingsgrove home with park view
  1. Private room
  2. Surry Hills
Sydney City Next TrainBus UTS DarHar&ICC&ChinaTown
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  1. Private room
  2. Redfern
Leafy Comfy Redfern Room
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  1. Private room
  2. Brighton-Le-Sands
Brighton-le-Sands, private bedroom & bathroom
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  1. Private room
  2. Erskineville
Easy going place near Newtown
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  2. Forest Lodge
Large King Sized Bedroom
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  2. Bondi
Michelle's Retreat close to Tamarama coastal walk
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  2. Clemton Park
Free-travel housing
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  2. Epping
Epping garden
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  2. Randwick
Cosy and comfortable room in a peaceful house

Pet-friendly apartments

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  2. Darlinghurst
**TOP STAR LOCATION** Renovated Studio- AC-balcony
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  2. King's Cross
Beautiful studio minutes to city centre !
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  2. Coogee
En-suite, bright room with balcony & pool view
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  2. Rozelle
Sunny garden apartment with en - suite & kitchen
  1. Private room
  2. Campsie
Brand new Private Bathroom in Cozy Chinese Area
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  2. Mascot
KULA - Premium One Bed Apt Mascot FREE PARKING
  1. Private room
  2. Redfern
Quality room available in heart of Redfern
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  2. Neutral Bay
Massive Discount - chic, beautiful Neutral Bay
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  2. Surry Hills
Central Train Station/Double Bed
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  2. Wynyard
Chic & Calm in the CBD with Sky High Pool
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  2. Campsie
a quiet lovely place in midsyd for your relax
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  2. Darlinghurst
FABULOUS LOCATION ! funky city studio,balcony & AC

Apartments with kitchens

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  2. Potts Point
New York inspired city pad in Potts Point
  1. Private room
  2. Erskineville
Urban Oasis 3kms from City Centre!
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  2. Surry Hills
Private Single Bed In Sydney CBD Near Train UTS DarlingHar&ICC&Chinatown - ROOM ONLY 19T1
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  2. Darlinghurst
entire boutique studio apartment
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  2. Mascot
Close to Airport and CBD with Secure Parking
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  2. Chinatown
Luxury Loft Room, Bedroom on Separate Floor!
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  2. Elizabeth Bay
Lovely studio in Elizabeth Bay close to city
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  2. Surry Hills
Independent studio in Surry Hills
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  2. Matraville
1 Bedroom/Private Bathroom in 2 Bed Apartment
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  2. Maroubra
Handy spot, room with air condition & own balcony
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  2. Chippendale
Stylish studio close to the city
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  2. Chippendale
Pop art studio close to the city

Your guide to Sydney

Welcome to Sydney

Australia’s oldest and biggest city, Sydney spreads out from the shores of a beautiful deep-water harbour. The city center is dominated by the world-famous Sydney Opera House, which sits across from the striking Sydney Harbour Bridge at the edge of the financial district. To the east, affluent neighborhoods stretch along the inner harbor to a coastline studded with pretty beaches, including iconic Bondi Beach. There’s plenty to discover wherever you go in the city, from the hip neighborhoods of Surry Hills and Darlinghurst, on the fringe of the city center, to the fashionable enclaves of Paddington and Woollahra further east and the lively Inner West. Venture out of the inner city to explore diverse neighborhoods across the Greater Sydney area, which stretches to the foothills of the Blue Mountains to the west, north to the Hawkesbury River, and south to the Royal National Park.


How do I get around Sydney?

Domestic and international flights arrive at Sydney Airport (SYD), in the city’s south. You can take the 12-minute train ride to Central Station in the city center, or grab a taxi, rideshare, or shuttle for the 20-minute drive into town. There are several rental agencies at the airport, but parking can be an issue if you’re planning on spending most of your time in central Sydney. Instead, grab an Opal transport card from a newsagent or convenience store (or tap on with a credit card) to use the city’s extensive train, light rail, bus, and ferry services. With an expanding network of bike paths across Sydney’s inner neighborhoods, cycling is an increasingly viable way of navigating the city’s busy roads.


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

In the summer months, locals and visitors on holiday alike flock to cafe courtyards, rooftop restaurants, and beer gardens. And of course they head to the beach in droves. The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade on the first Saturday in March marks the end of summer and a drop in humidity. Cooler temperatures make autumn ideal for booking one of the city’s apartments and exploring the stunning coastline, with humpback whales migrating north from May to August. Sydney is bathed in sunlight almost all year round, so winters are relatively mild, but it can be rainy, especially in June and July. Spring is a great time to visit, with warm days and crisp nights from September.


What are the top things to do in Sydney?

Sydney Harbour cruise

Sydney’s blue-water harbour dominates the city, with lively neighborhoods, leafy parks, and marinas lining the waterfront. Take the 30-minute public ferry ride from Circular Quay, next to Sydney Opera House in the city center, to Manly for a great introduction to the harbour. Join a cruise, charter a skippered motor boat to explore hidden beaches, or flit in a water taxi between waterside restaurants and attractions.

Find a perfect beach

Just as spectacular as the harbour, Sydney’s northern and eastern coastlines are lined with sandy beaches and charming neighborhoods. In the east, Bondi is the most famous of Sydney’s city beaches, with a thriving wellness scene, while neighboring Bronte and Coogee have smaller stretches of sand and a more laid-back vibe. From the harbor’s North Head, a string of surf beaches and coastal hiking trails run north from Manly to Palm Beach.

Visit the Inner West neighborhoods

Discover Sydney’s eclectic side in the Inner West, a series of neighborhoods within a 20-minute drive of the city center that are popular with students, hipsters, and the LGBTQ+ community. Browse vintage and upcycled fashion before choosing from global cuisines in Newtown and neighboring Enmore; check out the craft breweries and Vietnamese and Greek restaurants of Marrickville; or browse the Saturday flea market in Glebe.