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I had the identical experience at the Bakery. The wall menu advertised croissant with jam and butter $8, which I expected to be served on a nice plate with a knife, etc. Instead, I was handed a croissant that had been flattened in a griller...More
this new food hall was opened yesterday. Today at 5.45 am as it was opened: Great! I purchased 1 plain croissant and 1 mandarin and was charged $8!!
I asked the manager for a clarification over the price and he did not have 1. just...More
We stayed near the Central Station for a few days, and unfortunately had to use this dreadful station every day. It's divided into several separate sections which are only linked via the actual platforms. When you arrive on a train, there is no signage at...More
Sydney's Central Railway Station is one of the city's most iconic landmarks and is the hub of the rail network. A key interchange for trains, trams and buses, the station is characterized by a Grand Concourse and high arched roof, also with a well-known clock...More
We stayed at a hostel just at the side of Central Railway Station, we found it is very easy for us to get everywhere, e.g. Opera House, Bondi Beach, Katoomba......etc. all start from Central Railway Station. Moreover, night train to Melbourne also at Platform 1...More
I traveled from Brisbane Roma Street transit on the New South Wales Country link Coach to Casino Station, there I transferred to the Overnight Xpt service to Sydney. Central Station, where I disembarked to spend the day in Sydney. It is a big station. The...More
Situated at the southern end of Sydney's Central Business District, this is a very busy railway station. Despite that, it's quite calm and all the staff members we encountered were friendly, courteous and helpful.
The trains we used were clean and on time.