Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments
Perfect stay for a great price!
Me and my partner spent two nights in a studio apartment and this wonderful hotel. The room was just what we needed. Not too small but perfect for somewhere to sleep and hangout in between everything we did while in Sydney. The room was clean and tidy and had a little balcony. Location of this hotel is absolutely amazing. It was roughly a five minute walk through the car park to arrive at Darling Harbour. The staff at Oaks were fantastic!
— Keely P, Trip Advisor
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HOTELS DARLING HARBOUR
For travellers in search of centrally located apartment accommodation in one of Sydney’s most sought-after locations, Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments in Darling Harbour is the perfect choice. Combining comfortable, self-contained living this hotel is perfect for every kind of stay; whether you’re in town for one night or looking for an extended stay.
Take a peek at our beautifully appointed studios and apartments, unparalleled location and comfortable hotel facilities.
Just a 30-minute drive from Sydney Airport, this hotel boasts a coffee shop, sauna, swimming pool, spa and secretarial services. For public transport Central Station is ten minutes away.
24 Hour Reception
Non Smoking Property
Exuding a traditional 1800s charm, this refurbished heritage listed building stands out with its beautifully restored architecture. Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments combines this classic appeal with modern in-room amenities, stylish furnishings and a supremely convenient location.
Only a short stroll to the delights of Darling Harbour with all the comforts of home. Enjoy east facing skyline views in a self-contained 4 star 1 Bedroom City Skyline apartment featuring separate bedroom and living area.More Information44 sqm Wi-Fi Kitchen Laundry Skyline
Only a short stroll to the delights of Darling Harbour with all the comforts of home. Enjoy east facing skyline views in a spacious self-contained 4 star 2 Bedroom City Skyline Apartment with 2 bathrooms and split level accommodation.More Information54 sqm WiFi Kitchen Laundry Skyline Family
Enjoy east facing harbour and city skyline views with the luxury of a private lift to the penthouse floor. Spacious self contained 4 star 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, split level apartment situated on the top floor of the building.More Information54 sqm WiFi Kitchen Penthouse Skyline
Located on Pyrmont Street at the edge of the central business district (CBD), Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments is a popular choice with both business and leisure guests.
Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments
Located on Pyrmont Street, Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments is easily accessible by car, light rail or train. Nearby Wilson Parking (100 Murray St) offers discounted parking through hotel reception. Please contact the hotel for further information where required.
What's Around?A few steps from Darling Harbour and in close proximity to numerous nearby attractions like Chinatown, Luna Park, multiple grassy parks and Circular Quay, a stay at Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments places you perfectly to explore this wonderful city.
What Would You Like To Do?
Oaks Goldsbrough Apartments are perfectly placed to explore Sydney and experience the city's most popular attractions.
- Date: 31 October 2016 - 17 December 2016
- Venue: Sydney Opera House
A Flea in her Ear by Georges Feydeau
In the Paris of the early 1900s, playwright Georges Feydeau was a promiscuous, cocaine-snorting figurehead of the hedonistic counterculture. He was also the consummate humorist of the Belle Époque – A Flea in Her Ear, his key work, has remained in the repertoire of theatre companies around the world since its premiere in 1907. In a test of her husband’s fidelity, Raymonde Chandebise lures him to a notoriously seedy hotel. From there, everything falls apart. A Flea in Her Ear is an outrageously funny comedy constructed with the technical precision and beauty of a Swiss watch. Farce can be a misunderstood genre, but this production has two of Australia’s finest theatre-makers at the helm. Andrew Upton’s unerring ear for the comic and the colloquial meets its perfect match in the deft hands of director Simon Phillips (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead). Working together for the first time, and alongside visionary designer Gabriela Tylesova, these theatre heavyweights bring the sophistication, wit and detail required to make a flawless farce an absolute pleasure.
- Date: 07 December 2016
- Venue: 80 Pyrmont Street
Join your favourite Australian film and television stars this December, as they honour screen excellence at the sixth AACTA Awards presented by Foxtel, telecast on Channel Seven. Walk the red carpet alongside your favourite Australian film and television stars before celebrating the achievements of the best screen performers and practitioners at the AACTA Awards Ceremony. Tickets go on sale on Friday October 7, 2016. To keep up to date with ticketing information, subscribe to AACTA today on their website.
A Dickensian Christmas
- Date: 18 December 2016
- Venue: Angel Place
Since it was first published in December 1843, Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol has been synonymous with the spirit of Christmas. Never out of print, its central characters of Ebenezer Scrooge, Jacob Marley, Bob Cratchit, and Tiny Tim, have become literary household names. Originally conceived by Dickens as a political pamphlet to improve the harsh conditions of life for poor children in Victorian England, the work eventually emerged as one of the best loved novels of all time. This festive season, acclaimed actor Tama Matheson brings to life the timeless characters who have tugged at the heartstrings of readers of all ages, and provides a fascinating insight into the life and times of Charles Dickens. Enhancing this joyous and moving experience will be performances of popular carols by Australia’s favourite bass-baritone Teddy Tahu Rhodes and the Australian Youth Choir, under the musical direction of Tahu Matheson. A Dickenson Christmas will delight audiences and is proudly presented by Andrew McKinnon as the finale of this 30th Anniversary celebrations as an independent producer.