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Sydney Town Hall is found in the capital of New South Wales, with the chambers of the Lord Mayor of Sydney and other council offices located here. Visitors can sign up for a guided tour of the Town Hall during regular business hours. State business and city meetings are conducted at this heritage-listed building. Many times, citizens and even visitors are welcome to sit in and listen as the council is in session.
The building itself is over 140 years old and, as mentioned, is listed as a National Heritage Site. The architecture of the building is often described as a bride cake and is mainly a neo-Classical design with a strong French Second Empire influence. While touring the inside of the Town Hall, enjoy looking through the different portraits of civic leaders, memorials, and informational tablets and plaques recording the history of the city and New South Wales. Be sure to check out the Grand Organ, which was installed in the Town Hall in 1890. The organ is kept fine-tuned and still plays beautifully.
Once you have toured the Town Hall, stop by one of the cafes or bistros for a refreshing drink and flavorful snack or meal. Then hit some of the trendy shops and boutiques in the area to search for cute and fun souvenirs and gifts for loved ones back home.
Sydney has so much to see and do, there is no possible way you will be bored while visiting. Once you have explored this stately attraction, head out to nearby neighborhoods, and experience the city.
Shop at the Craft Spirits Market for unique, fun, and tasty alcoholic beverages
Join one of the Zepher Tours including nature and wildlife tours, sightseeing or bus tours, and wine tasting tours
Spend time at the Town Hall Square, a shopping mall filled with great shops and eateries
Have a relaxing massage at the Lux Thai Massage parlor where you will feel rejuvenated after a fantastic massage
Take a tour of the Queen Victoria Building to shop through five levels of stores, grab a cup of coffee or enjoy a full meal
Visit Darling Harbour and stroll through this entertainment complex with museums, shops, restaurants, and other attractions
Pack a picnic and head to Tumbalong Park in Darling Harbour for a day of rest and relaxation
You will get lost in the history of Sydney’s Town Hall. Spend an entire morning or afternoon exploring the nooks and crannies of this iconic building. After you tour the Town Hall, head to nearby attractions such as the Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach, or the Sydney Opera House. Each place has its own bag check policies, which can leave you out in the street holding your oversized bag. Instead of having to check each policy, find a Bounce location nearby and stow your stuff while you go exploring. Locals and tourists have found Bounce useful while being in the city.
Sydney has so much to offer tourists and locals from fantastic restaurants, unique shops, interesting attractions, and iconic structures. Bring your sense of adventure and enjoy a vacation in Sydney. You do not want to drag along large bags as you move through the city sightseeing. Instead, download the Bounce app and find nearby Bounce locations where you can leave your belongings while you explore.
Luggage Storage Near Bondi Beach
Slip into your swimsuit, grab your towel and sunscreen then head over to Bondi Beach for an afternoon of fun in the sun. One of Australia’s most iconic beaches, Bondi Beach is the place to go where locals and tourists mingle while enjoying sandy white beaches. Hikers enjoy heading to the clifftops of Bondi and walking along the Coogee Coastal Walk. Surfers flock to Bondi Beach to catch gnarly waves and even compete in surfing competitions.
Grab a bite to eat at one of the cafes along the Campbell Parade at the beach. You can even sign up for nine holes of golf at the Bondi Golf Club before taking a dip in the water. Come to Bondi Beach in October and November for the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, where you can stroll through over a mile of different art exhibits on display at the beach. Pack your beach bag with essentials and leave your other belongings with Bounce.
Luggage Storage Near Sydney Harbour Bridge
One of the most notable attractions in Sydney, the Harbour Bridge carries all types of traffic across the Sydney Harbour. Cars, trains, bikes, and people can safely cross the bridge via specific lanes designated for each type of traffic. Park your car at the lot next to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and head across on foot to snap some fantastic social media-worthy photos to share with loved ones back home. You can even rent a bike and peddle your way from Sydney’s central business district to the North Shore.
The bridge opened for traffic in 1932 and has since become a national heritage site. Nicknamed the Coathanger due to the unique arch-based design, the structure offers a unique way to view parts of downtown Sydney. Sign up to climb Sydney Harbour Bridge and climb a staircase up to the catwalk at the peak of the lower arch. You do not want to bring large, bulky bags with you to the bridge, so drop by a Bounce location and leave your belongings for the day.
Luggage Storage Near Sydney Opera House
You do not have to be a lover of the opera to appreciate the grandeur of the Sydney Opera House. This multi-venue building is so much more than just an opera house; it is a performing arts center. Annually, there are over 1,500 performances by several performance venues hosted by the Sydney Opera House.
Located within walking distance of Sydney’s Town Hall, the opera house is at Sydney Harbor and is one of the most iconic buildings in Sydney. Opened in 1973, the Sydney Opera House has beautifully fused modernist and traditionalist influences into a unique and creative building. The building was built on a sacred site of the Gadigal people. The opera house has erected a monument honoring the Gadigal people, an aboriginal tribe that has strongly influenced the Australian culture. Large bags are not allowed inside, so find a nearby Bounce location to drop your bags while you visit.
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The price for luggage storage near Town Hall is just A$8/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations in the Town Hall area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Circular Quay, Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport, and Sydney Central Railway Station and all over Sydney.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Town Hall.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Town Hall area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Town Hall and in the broader Sydney area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Town Hall are Finger Wharf, Hilton Sydney, and Rydges World Square. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Town Hall are Base Backpackers Sydney, Budget Accomodation, and Y Hotel Hyde Park.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Town Hall are Fort Denison, Hard Rock Cafe Sydney, and Tetsuya's.
Check out the nearby Royal Botanic Garden, Hyde Park, and The Domain.
While nearby, you can check out Australian National Maritime Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Sydney Observatory.