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About Chinese Garden of Friendship

Modelled on the gardens of the Ming Dynasty, this tranquil space in Darling Harbour is a great place to experience authentic Chinese culture. Opened in 1988 as part of the city’s bicentennial celebrations, the gardens symbolise the bond between Australia and China. The garden features a waterfall, a Dragon Wall and a traditional Chinese Tea House, which serves tea and refreshments.

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Rydges Sydney Central

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Meriton Kent Street

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Travelodge Hotel Sydney

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Central Private Hotel

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Strattons Hostel

Sleeps 120 in 0 rooms

This lovely Hotel can be found in Sydney CBD. This establishment offers a total of 140 bedrooms. This establishment does not accept pets.
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Chinese Garden of Friendship is 0.5km from the centre of Haymarket , the nearest airport 8.2km (Sydney Airport).
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