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This modern apartment overlooking historic Redfern Park & just 10 minutes from the CBD, boasts a resort style feel with lap pool, very comfortable queen size bed, your own bathroom, fluffy bathrobes, large balcony, wifi and comfortable living areas.

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Double wardrobe, chest of drawers and space for your luggage

Double wardrobe, chest of drawers and space for your luggage

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The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM


Extra people: No Charge
Cancellation: Flexible


House Rules

2 nights minimum stay
Hotel quality linen and facilities

Hotel quality linen and facilities

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28 Reviews

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About the Host, Mark

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Member since February 2014
Response rate: 90% (last 10 contacts)
Response time: within a day
  • Mark
  • Moon Park

    New modern Korean situated upstairs with a balcony that overlooks Redfern Park.
    Redfern St Redfern NSW 2016
  • Woolworths Redfern

    One of the big two Aussie supermarket chains, just 50 metres down the road, turn right when you exit the building.
    Chalmers Street Redfern NSW 2016
  • House of Yoga Redfern

    A very popular yoga studio just 50 meters down the road from the apartment.
    Chalmers Street Redfern NSW 2016
  • Eathouse Diner

    Great food, not cheap but always excellent and a different take on modern Australian.
    Chalmers Street Redfern NSW 2016
  • Tapeo

    Great Spanish Moroccan cafe, open for breakfast, lunch, dinner (Thu-Sat)
    Redfern Street Redfern NSW 2016
  • Woolpack Hotel

    My favourite local, great pub food, great atmosphere
    Chalmers Street Redfern NSW 2016
  • Three Williams

    A great new restaurant in Redfern located in a warehouse conversion, serving single origin coffee and great food for breakfast and lunch.
    Elizabeth St Redfern NSW 2016
  • First Drop Cafe

    One of my personal favourites, John and Michael serve up great food and coffee, 6 days a week for breakfast and lunch, closed Monday.
    Baptist Street Redfern NSW 2016
  • Kepos Street Kitchen

    This place - for breakfast, lunch or dinner- never disappoints!
    Kepos Street Redfern NSW 2016
  • Redfern Cellars

    One of the few local bottle shops in Redfern, about 10 minutes walk.
    Regent St Redfern NSW 2016
  • Bourke Street Bakery Surry Hills

    A tiny hole-in-wall bakery that serves up stunning bakery ties, great coffee, always busy, sit outside or take-away.
    Bourke Street Surry Hills NSW 2010
  • My Sydney Detour

    A very different way to tour the city, in a 1964 Holden EH Premier, your host Richard. Explore Sydney as youve never seen it.
    Lawson St Redfern NSW 2016
  • Gelato Messina Surry Hills

    The lines get mammoth outside of this Darlo gelato institution, where punters pack in for scoops of Apple Pie, Poached Figs in Marsala and Gianduia and many other flavours, absolutely yummy decadent
    Crown Street Surry Hills NSW 2010
  • Eveleigh Market

    Eveleigh Market is home to Sydneys award winning Farmers and Artisans Markets with fresh local organic produce and creative arts crafts.
    Wilson Street Darlington NSW 2008
  • Tokyo Bike

    A relaxed way to see Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, the CBD and beyond.
    Commonwealth Street Surry Hills NSW 2010
  • Mr Crackles

    For the best pork roll and mouth watering crackling, great for a quick lunch or that late night snack.
    Oxford Street Darlinghurst NSW 2010
  • Powerhouse Museum

    Australias contemporary museum of applied arts and sciences.
    Ultimo NSW 2007
  • Bigboythai Redfern

    There are three Big Boy Thai restaurants, the closest is in Redfern St, just 100 metres form the apartment.
    Sydney NSW 2010
  • Centennial Park

    Unemployed men were enlisted to turn this marshy catchment area into a huge English-style park, which opened in 1901 – the birthday of Australia’s federation – for the enjoyment of all Sydneysiders.
    Centennial Park NSW 2021
  • Queen Victoria Building

    Since first opening in 1898, the QVB has had a mercurial history. Designed by George McRae, it replaced the original Sydney Markets and was named to honour the monarchs Diamond Jubilee.
    George Street Sydney NSW 2000
  • Westfield Sydney

    Premium shopping precinct with Prada, Gucci, Miu Miu, Chanel and many others, plus a great food court on level 5.
    Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000
  • David Jones

    Australias oldest department store, with the womens store in Elizabeth St and the mens store in Castlereagh St. Check out the food court on the lower ground floor of the mens store.
    Castlereagh Street Sydney NSW 2000
  • St Mary's Cathedral

    Sydneys Catholic cathedral.
    St Marys Road Sydney NSW 2000
  • Darling Harbour

    Located on the west side of the CBD, the area offers many attractions, restaurants, bars and shopping, Highlights include Chinese Gardens and Convention Centre.
    Sydney NSW 2000
  • Mid City Shopping Centre

    Some great boutiques catering to a younger crowd such as Hype DC, Culture Kings, Connor, G-Star Raw and Industrie.
    Pitt St Sydney NSW 2000
  • The Strand Arcade

    One of Sydney oldest shopping arcades between George St and Pitt St Mall
    Pitt Street Sydney NSW 2000
  • Sydney Fish Market

    The centre of fresh fish in Sydney.
    Bank Street Pyrmont NSW 2009
  • Art Gallery Of NSW

    Explore the art of Australia and other cultures at the historic Art Gallery, enjoy lunch or a stroll though the parks.
    Art Gallery Road Sydney NSW 2000
  • Royal Botanic Garden

    What better way to see Sydney Harbour, than form the delights of the Royal Botanic Gardens, the rose gardens are beautiful or take the Aboriginal Heritage Walk.
    Mrs Macquaries Rd Sydney NSW 2000
  • Museum of Contemporary Art

    Overlooking Circular Quay, this recently expanded gallery’s permanent collection can be seen for free.
    George Street Sydney NSW 2000
  • Opera Bar

    A great place to enjoy drinks and some food, right by our most famous house, the Sydney Opera House.
    Sydney NSW 2000
  • BridgeClimb

    A visit to Sydney isn’t complete without wandering over its most recognisable landmark, right? There are various climbing options available at BridgeClimb.
    Cumberland Street The Rocks NSW 2000
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge

    The Bridge Climb is an absolute must if you have time, great views of Sydney
    Sydney Harbour Bridge Millers Point NSW 2000
  • Sydney Opera House

    The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Situated on Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour, close to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
    Macquarie Street Sydney NSW 2000
  • Luna Park

    Theres no entry fee to this historic fun park with killer harbour views. It’s $10 per ride, though, with adorably retro Coney Island offering the best value for money. As they say, Just for fun!
    Olympic Dr Milsons Point New South Wales 2061
  • Bondi Beach

    Sydney most famous beach, try the Bondi-Bronte walk.
    Bondi Beach NSW 2026
  • Taronga Zoo

    Taronga Zoo is just 12 minutes from the city by ferry, with breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour and free shows and keeper talks throughout the day.
    Bradleys Head Road Mosman NSW 2088
  • Manly Beach

    Sydneys other famous beach, catch the Manly ferry and enjoy the day at this beautiful beach.
  • Royal National Park

    The second-oldest national park in the world, the Royal is home to over 100km of walking tracks through littoral rainforest gullies, over dramatic windswept cliffs and down to pristine beaches.
    Farnell Avenue Royal National Park New South Wales 2232
  • Blue Mountains

    The Blue Mountains get their characteristic blue haze from the mixing of sunlight with drops of oil released by the eucalypts that blanket the regions vast tablelands and valleys.

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