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About Chinese Garden of Friendship

Modelled on the gardens of the Ming Dynasty, this tranquil space in Darling Harbour is a great place to experience authentic Chinese culture. Opened in 1988 as part of the city’s bicentennial celebrations, the gardens symbolise the bond between Australia and China. The garden features a waterfall, a Dragon Wall and a traditional Chinese Tea House, which serves tea and refreshments.

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Maze Backpackers

Sleeps 20 in 0 rooms

Maze Backpacker Hostel in the CBD of Sydney is the coolest & most exciting, centrally located backpacker hostel available in Sydney. t...
R552
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Wyndham Sydney Suites

Sleeps 20 in 0 rooms

Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.
R2099
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World Square Hostel

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With a stay at World Square Hostel, you'll be centrally located in Sydney, steps from World Square Shopping Centre and minutes from...

Little Albion Guest House

Sleeps 20 in 0 rooms

Featured amenities include a computer station, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage.
R3453
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Sydney Central Hostel

Sleeps 30 in 0 rooms

This comfortable Hotel is set in Sydney CBD. This is not a pet-friendly property.
R969
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Song Hotel Sydney

Sleeps 242 in 0 rooms

R1354
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Chinese Garden of Friendship is 0.5km from the centre of Haymarket , the nearest airport 8.2km (Sydney Airport).
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