Hilton Sydney Hotel

Hilton Sydney Hotel

Hilton Sydney is a fond Sydney landmark and the premier venue for food, wine, conferences, events and a guest room experience unlike any other.

For work, relax and play, Hilton Sydney is located right in the heart of the city with magnificent views and convenient access to Sydney's favourite destinations, offering a truly inspired experience.

Conference delegates will enjoy plenty of natural light throughout the four level conference and function centre; function room views over Sydney's bustling street life; Australasia's most advanced audiovisual, sound and display technology; and authentic freshly prepared cuisine to suit delegates from around the world.

Address: 488 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


Sydney Opera House

Sydney – Australia’s premier city.

This is a town like no other. With one of the world’s most beautiful natural harbours, Sydney is a major, pumping city that spells out action. Let’s start on the water.

If you’re a lover of all things aquatic, Sydney is the place to be. Take in the spectacular views of the harbour from a million vantage points along its shores which artfully form a dazzling network of bays and coves. Watch the streams of white in the wake of ferries and pleasure craft as they cut their way from one side of town to the other in the brilliant sunshine. If you’re more adventurous, get out on the water. Hire a boat or take a cruise and look at the beauty of the city from the bow of a boat. And there’s the swimming too of course, not to mention the surf culture for which Sydney is famous . Iconic Bondi and dozens of other white-sand beaches close to town will have you in and out of the water or on a board just like a Sydneysider.

The harbour is decorated with a memory card’s worth of must-see features. The giant span of Australia’s most famous mega structure - The Harbour Bridge; the undisputed monument to modern architecture – The Sydney Opera House and the sky-piercing towers of the city centre create Sydney a natural and surreal photographer’s outdoor studio.

The frenetic pace of Sydney’s heartbeat pumps throughout the city relentlessly. It’s vibrant, active and definitely ‘in your face’. But it’s not just a city for looking at. Jam-packed with hundreds of world-class and award-winning restaurants and bars, you’ll never go hungry or thirsty here.

A unique confusion of modern and heritage architecture dresses the city well. The historic Rocks precinct on the water’s edge showcases the buildings of colonial settlement but now house a collection of swank shops and galleries which showcase Australia’s massive art talent. There’s even a night-time ghost tour that chills and draws on a darker past.

With a population of more than 4 million, there are almost just as many things to do in this stunning city – that’s why Australians and visitors from all over the world love it. It’s proudly classy, unashamedly brassy and quintessentially Australian.

It’s the sort of city that inspires you to get outside and take it all in.