KOKO Entertainment is not just a place for entertainment, but it helps your children learn how to socialize, watch as their physical and mental abilities grow. Parents can also spend time with children playing, giving families an opportunity to work together.
Perfect for kids of all ages, KOKO Amusement is a place must-visit for your next family day.
World Square Shopping Centre
World Square truly is the beating heart of the CBD. With over 25 million visitors each year, the Square is just a short stroll from Town Hall station, China Town district and other major attractions. Spanning three levels of an entire city block, World Square offers freshly prepared food, a unique selection of fashion, homewares, lifestyle shopping and services spanning across 90 specialty retailers! You will find no better place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city than in our open air Square, famous for its variety of dynamic activations such as ‘Cinema in the Square’ and ‘Craft Beer Week’.
Having such a large Chinese population, Sydney has a one of the best Chinatowns in the world.. Only a stones throw away from the hotel you can find authentic Chinese and other Asian cuisine whilst taking in the beautiful Chinese culture. There are regular festivals and celebrations and a visit to the Chinese gardens is a must.
Queen Victoria Building (QVB) occupies an entire block on Sydney's George Street, and has over 180 of Sydney's finest fashion boutiques, jewellery shops and homewares, accompanied by delightful cafes and restaurants.
The Queen Victoria Building (or QVB), is a late nineteenth-century building designed by the architect George McRae in the Sydney central business district, Australia. The Romanesque Revival building was constructed between 1893 and 1898 and is 30 metres (98 ft) wide by 190 metres (620 ft) long.
Town Hall Station
Town Hall Station has local significance as one of a group of underground stations built as part of a larger city underground railway design developed by Dr JCC Bradfield. It is one of five stations that form the City Loop and its construction represented a major achievement in railway engineering and construction for the period. The building of Town Hall Station contributed to the further development of Sydney City as it allowed for much-improved access beyond Central Station.