Discover These 5 Parks Near Our Boutique Hotel in Chippendale Sydney

Posted in Local Attraction @ Feb 14th 2020 6:01pm - By Administrator
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Picnic, jog, breathe fresh air or get close to nature - whatever you like to do when you head to the park, Sydney offers all the above in its numerous public parks, which each provide stunning natural beauty to take in and the perfect ways to slow down the pace in the city.

All reachable in a short drive from our Sydney CBD affordable accommodation at Posh Hotel, here are 5 Sydney parks that you need to discover!

Hyde Park

Sydney’s innermost park is most popular among tourists as well as locals who want to escape the CBD’s busier areas. In the heart absolute heart of Sydney, Hyde Park is easy to find with plentiful ways to unwind and even more to explore, including the Pool of Reflection, Archibald Fountain, ANZAC Memorial and the Captain James Cook monument - all worth finding if it’s your first time visiting the park.

The Domain

North-east of Hyde Park and easy to walk to, The Domain is a generously sized park that doubles as a natural venue for some of Sydney’s major events and music festivals. When it’s not alive with festival-goers, The Domain is Sydney’s best park for jogging, cycling and other leisurely sports, complete with a dedicated running trail that loops around the park.

Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens border The Domain to the north with easy access between each park. For nature lovers, gardening enthusiasts and first-time city visitors wanting to see Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, the Royal Botanic Gardens shouldn’t be ignored, offering beautifully curated gardens, close-knit shady trees and waterfront walking paths with views right across the harbour.

Barangaroo Reserve

On the other side of Harbour Bridge, there’s Barangaroo Reserve, which is just as perfect for enjoying a full view of the sparkling harbour waters, elongating bridge and Opera House. This public park makes up for its size with eye-catching sandstone rock carvings on the foreshore that look towards Sydney Harbour Bridge and McMahons Point - perfect for a moment of reflection while taking in the view.

Centennial Park

Being Sydney’s largest park, Centennial Park has everything you could want from a relaxing day in the park. Together with Moore Park and Queen’s Park, making up the Centennial Parklands, this large natural expanse boasts wide-open lawns, bodies of trees, birdlife, walking paths, playgrounds and picturesque ponds to explore, providing a sanctuary to escape to away from the city centre and all the hustle and bustle.

Chippendale Sydney Accommodation

Enjoy all the above with Posh Hotel, offering a range of stylish boutique hotel rooms in Chippendale only minutes away from the best things to do in Sydney. For a city break to remember, book with us and save, where we guarantee the cheapest rates on all short and long stay bookings made directly.

View our luxury boutique hotel rooms today - simply take a moment to visit Posh Hotel.

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