Area Attractions

With a coveted address in the Rocks, Park Hyatt Sydney sits between the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge on Sydney Harbour. Live like a local with a tour of our historic neighborhood, and discover the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Royal Botanical Gardens, each within easy access of our hotel.  

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Park Hyatt Sydney

7 Hickson Road, The Rocks
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 2000

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Art & Design

Art Gallery of New South Wales

One of Australia’s leading art museum which features collections of Australian, Aboriginal, European, Asian and contemporary art.

Australian National Maritime Museum

Located on the Darling Harbour, explore the Australian National Maritime Museum which features collections, exhibitions and archaeology.

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

Located in The Rocks, The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia is dedicated to exhibiting, interpreting and collecting contemporary art in Australia and around the world.

Culinary Scene

The Bridge Room

Contemporary and unique cuisine that takes inspiration from Europe and Asia, some cooked over charcoal and slow smoked in Japanese Robata style.

Beaches

Bondi Beach

Home to Australia’s oldest Surf Life Saving Club, Bondi Beach is Australia’s, and one of the world’s most famous beaches.

Shelley’s Beach

A protected marine reserve located in Manly and is popular for surfers, scuba divers and snorkelers due to its variety of marine life.

Cultural Landmarks

Darling Harbour

One of Sydney’s top places to visit and one of the world’s greatest waterfront attractions, with an array of dining options, places to shop and attractions to see.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Affectionately known by locals at ‘the Coathanger’, Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Sydney’s most famous landmarks with more than 3 million visitors having climbed the Bridge.