Located on one of the world’s largest natural harbours, in a coastal basin (with the Tasman Sea to the east, the Blue Mountains to the west, the Hawkesbury River to the north and the Woronora Plateau to the south), lies Sydney.
This is the capital of New South Wales and has developed for itself a reputation of being sunny and vibrant, making it a popular destination for both local and international tourists (especially during the summer).
The city is probably most known for two of its architectural wonders – the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Two of the most photographed locations in the world, there is nothing quite like seeing them with your own eyes. Many tourists search for motel accommodation in Sydney that provides them with even the tiniest glimpse of these manmade wonders.
The area is also known for its food and wine scene, with many of the world’s top chefs choosing to open a restaurant in the city. Use cheap accommodation in Sydney as an excuse to sample the delicacies prepared by Neil Perry, Matt Moran, Peter Gilmore, Adriano Zumbo, Martin Benn, Brent Savage, Kylie Kwong, Bill Granger and Luke Nguyen.
Inspection invited. All ground floor units, fax, queen beds in all rooms. Hot country breakfasts delivered to your room or continental breakfast to unit for early departure. Walk to swim centre, Civic Centre, clubs, hotels & city centre. Discount for seniors card holders (not in conjuction with Budget Saver Card or internet bookings). Free transfers from railway station available with prior notice.
Parkway Motel Only a few minute's drive from Canberra, is entirely family-owned and operated; as such it gives us great pride to bring you an atmosphere that is as close to home as possible. While Parkway Motel's unique setting will make your stay comfortable, it is the top-notch service we provide that will make your Canberra visit truly memorable.
25 quietly located ground floor units, solar heated swimming pool, beer garden and BBQ area. Wireless internet & laundry facilities. Hairdryer available. Off street parking for large vehicles - boats & coaches. Four minutes walking distance to Marina, shops, clubs and restaurants.
The Acacia Motel is a friendly, quiet family operated business. We are located on Miller
Street in the historic town of Armidale, just an hours drive north of Tamworth. Our comfortable rooms are ideal for business travellers, families and general visitors. We cater for all groups from our family rooms to the deluxe suite.
The Jewell on the Newell. This friendly Narrabri motel is conveniently located on the south side of town on the Newell highway. Our Narrabri motel is family owned and run offering spacious accommodation, quiet and comfortable rooms, close to sporting fields, golf course, and Narrabri scenic lake. Accommodation at Tommo's Motor Lodge also offers 12 ground floor non-smoking rooms all with queen beds, reverse cycle air conditioning, TV, Foxtel, electric blankets, tea making facilities, breakfast available, saltwater pool, BBQ area, FREE Wi Fi , ample parking for boats, trailers, small to medium trucks and buses.z
When choosing budget motels in Sydney, many tourists are looking for proximity to those important amenities (such as the Central Business District and the airport). Our motels are located within a short distance of these things and more!
There is literally a hotel in Sydney to suit every tourist’s needs. Whether you are travelling for business, pleasure or a little of both, we can help you choose accommodation that is both comfortable and affordable.
Our motel accommodation in Sydney is located close by to all major arterials, which means that you will have easy access to attractions, shopping and restaurants around the city with relative ease.
International and interstate tourists usually arrive in Sydney via plane – the airport is located a short 20 minute journey (either by car or shuttle service) from the CBD. Our hotels in Sydney are even closer to the airport for those times you have an early flight or are landing at an ungodly hour.
The city is also accessible via train, which has proven to be one of the most reliable, convenient and economical ways to get around. Trains run between the outer suburbs and the city centre, as well as out into more regional areas. The network is colour-coded for maximum convenience.
There are also a number of buses available around the region; we are certain that you will find a stop nearby to your budget motel in Sydney. Some free shuttle services are available and a hop-on-hop-off bus runs between the city and Bondi, for those who would like to visit the beach.
Once you have chosen your hotel in Sydney, you might be pleased to learn that you will be in close proximity to some of the best attractions that the region has to offer. Tourists of all ages are sure to find something they enjoy.
This is a city that really knows how to throw a party! Whether you’re celebrating Chinese New Year, Mardi Gras, Easter, Fashion Week, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas, Tropfest or New Years Eve, there is an event or festival for you. Hotels in Sydney book out quickly during these events, so be sure to book early!
The Sydney Opera House is a must-see – have your photo taken on the front steps or actually see a show. It is home to The Australian Ballet, Australian Chamber Orchestra and The Bell Shakespeare Company (among others).
One of the most exciting experiences of the city is BridgeClimb, which takes you right to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Choose from a day, twilight or night climb to ensure that you get the best possible view of the city below. It will take you around three and a half hours to ascend a massive 1,332 steps!
There are also plenty of attractions around your hotel in Sydney to keep the kids amused, including: Taronga Zoo, Sea Life Aquarium, Wild Life Zoo, Australian National Maritime Museum, Luna Park and Manly Sea Life Sanctuary.
Cheap accommodation in Sydney will generally only provide you with basic cooking facilities. Fortunately, you will be within easy distance of delicious eateries and restaurants that will introduce you to the city’s tasty fare.
Although travelling solo can seem a little daunting at first, many people love travelling alone and getting to spend their time away exactly as they wish.
With so many wonderful landmarks around Australia, it can be difficult to know which are the sites worth seeing.