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Nestled in the heart of Sydney, Seasons Harbour Plaza is a modern, elegant hotel, popular with business and leisure travellers alike. Whether you’re in town for a weekender or settling in for a longer stay, Seasons is the perfect place to call home.

From this handy central location, guests are walking distance from Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay and the Sydney CBD. Escaping the bustling city centre is easy enough too - simply hop on a bus, train or ferry to explore Manly Beach, go island hopping around Sydney Harbour, or do the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. The best of the city is right there at your doorstep when you stay with Seasons.


Nearby Sydney Attractions

There’s so much to see and do when visiting Sydney, and Seasons Harbour Plaza is ideally located nearby some of the city’s most celebrated events and attractions, including:



Darling Harbour & Cockle Bay

Darling Harbour is the perfect destination for amazing entertainment, delicious food and wine experiences with restaurants and cafes along the waterfront at Cockle Bay. You will find plenty of things to do and see!

Sea Life Aquarium & Wild Life Zoo

Check out the Sea Life Aquarium and Wild Life Sydney Zoo on Darling Harbour - the Aussie animal adventure and underwater world in the heart of the city!

Queen Victoria Building

One of our favourites – Queen Victoria Building occupies the entire block on George Street and one of Sydney’s most popular shopping centre.

Pitt Street Mall & Westfield Sydney

Located in the heart of the Sydney CBD and is Sydney’s most popular shopping destination for clothing, retail shopping centres and restaurants.


The past meets the future at Barangaroo, with plenty to do right now! Discover a range of experiences including top class restaurants, cafes, bar, beautiful parkland and shopping centres.

Circular Quay & The Rocks

Circular Quay and The Rocks are home to some of Sydney's major attractions - Sydney Harbour, Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Stroll along the eastern side to the Royal Botanic Garden. Hop on a ferry and explore the natural harbours.
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