The Hotel: Q Station Sydney Harbour National Park
Situated in the historic site of the old Quarantine Station, Q Station provides a truly unique way for Sydneysiders and tourists alike to experience Manly. Offering an authentic historical experience, the site is enveloped within the rugged bushland of the Sydney Harbour National Park. It’s here that travellers come to sneak a glimpse into the evocative history of the area, as well as simultaneously revel in its magnificent present. With Manly Wharf close by, travellers are also in a prime position to explore their greater surroundings by ferry, take a dip in the sea or bask in the sun at the beach.
The Deluxe Queen Room is comfortably fitted with Queen bedding and has French-style doors leading out to the balcony. Two chairs and a coffee table out on the balcony provide the perfect location to relax while overlooking the tranquil grounds or historic buildings of Q Station. Featuring an en-suite bathroom fitted out with a shower over a bathtub or just a shower, the contemporary room also has a small refrigerator. Late check-out by midday gives guests a little extra time to enjoy their queen bed before heading back to everyday life.
Deluxe Queen Room
- Bed size/type: One queen bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Two people
- The room features en suite bathroom, a balcony and a small refrigerator
The Area: Manly, Sydney
Close to the bustle and bright lights of Sydney’s CBD, but far away for some quiet beachside relaxation, Manly’s laid-back surf culture and outdoor activities make tourists feel right at home. Take a stroll along Manly Beach and the string of shops, markets, cafes and bars along the water’s edge. For those feeling extra-active, take the Manly to Spit Bridge Scenic Walkway for a mix of bushland and harbour views along the 10km. Give the legs a rest and hire a boat or kayak for a few peaceful hours spent on the glistening water.
A short ferry ride away is the heart of Sydney for those looking to see as much as they can during their time away. Embark on a self-guided tour of the city, starting from Circular Quay to see the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Stroll over to The Rocks to learn about the city’s history, where cobbled streets, Aussie pubs, and weekend markets present a cultural experience.