North Sydney is a busy area with loads of attractions which you will no doubt want to get out and enjoy. In which case, you should seriously consider staying in a serviced apartment for your holiday. Your housekeeping will be done for you, everyday. Breakfast is available but optional. There is a refrigerator in your room and facilities to make tea and coffee (including espresso), You will also find a mini-bar. Other facilities may include WI-fi, television, a safe, and ironing facilities. In most cases, you will have your own private bathroom with toiletries provided. Some apartment blocks also provide microwaves, stove tops and ovens. There may also be a swimming pool and other fitness equipment. Staying in a serviced apartment in North Sydney offers you a stress and worry free holiday, with the flexibility to eat in and relax if you choose, or to go out and enjoy all that Sydney has to offer.
By staying in North Sydney Serviced Apartments, you will be within easy walking distance of many of local interest points. Lets take a look at some of those: Sydney Harbour, with the famed Sydney Harbour Bridge, and the unique shell-like structure of the Sydney Opera House are an easy walk away. Sydney Opera House is home to many world class performances – it might be worth checking what's on offer for an evening out. Or you could go for a stroll across Sydney Harbour Bridge (you can always get a taxi back).
Kirribilli Markets are open on the weekend with an amazing array of products including niche items. There are also plenty of cafes for when you need to put your feet up after all that shopping.
Luna Park is an amusement and water park. A must do if you love roller-coasters.
Those who prefer quieter amusements will probably enjoy a visit to Wendy's Whiteley's Secret Garden. This garden was created over a period of 20 years by Wendy Whiteley, artist and wife of Brett Whiteley. It has meandering paths, sculptures and shaded areas where you can enjoy a picnic.
May Gibbs Nutcote, the former home of May Gibbs – author, and creator of the gumnut babies book "Snugglepot and Cuddlepie". The house is now a museum and reflects the style of the 1920's and 1930's and retains some of May Gibbs personal effects including her easel.
Mary MacKillop Place is home to the tomb of Australia's first Saint, Mary MacKillop and where she spent her last days.
Taronga Zoo is also close. If you're feeling adventurous, you could swap accommodation and spend a night safari-style at the zoo with close encounters with some of the animals. Dinner and breakfast included.
There are also parks and walks to explore where you can enjoy the views and learn about the history of Australia's first settlement.
With so much to see and do, who wants to be thinking about housework? North Sydney Serviced Apartments sound like the ideal places to stay to enjoy a wonderful holiday in Sydney.