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Oxford Street, in Darlinghurst and Surry Hills, offers gay-friendly accommodation, usually 3 to 4 star hotels and apartments which market to the mainstream but because of their proximity to the Golden Gay Mile of Oxford Street, Oxford Street bars, restaurants and specialty shops, attract a very high proportion of Gay and Lesbian clientele.
Sydney is a gay capitol and offers travellers many options which do not necessarily require a "gay owner operator" to feel comfortable. By chosing any hotel in the gay area (Oxford Street), you can almost ensure the staff will be used to a diverse guest list.
The 4.5 star Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Harbourside is a gay friendly apartment hotel located 20 minutes walk from Oxford Street and the main gay hub of Sydney. Whilst further away than other hotels, this upmarket option offers views to Darling Harbour and balcony rooms, as well as full hotel service Read More Prices from $199 AUDstar rating
The Stonewall is the life and blood of Sydney’s gay club scene. Located right in the middle of Oxford Street, the complex of bars is located mere metres from the rainbow flag in Taylor Square. The venue is named after the original New York City variant but the Aussie adaption features three different floors of bars with live entertainment.
If the Oxford Hotel sounds like a place that you would be interest in, head down to Oxford Street in Darlinghurst to get a nightlife experience that you won’t forget. #3 Stonewall Photo: Contributions from Jake Edwards (Google Local Guide) Address: 175 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010. The Stonewall is the life and blood of Sydney’s gay
For clubbing and nightlife, Oxford Street, Darlinghurst/Surry Hills is still the heart of gay Sydney. Most of the hotels we have selected are close to these districts. Newtown, Erskineville and Glebe are worthy of a visit. These villages have great communities, cafes, pubs and eateries.
The western section of Oxford Street, which runs through the suburb of Darlinghurst, is widely recognised as Sydneys main gay district and Oxford Street is closed to traffic once a year in early March for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.Specifically, the area of Oxford Street between Hyde Park and Paddington Town Hall became known from the early 1980s as The Golden Mile because of …
Gay Sydney - Travel Gay Guide Read more about Gay Sydney The stunningly beautiful harbour, the gorgeous hunks on Bondi beach, the dazzlingly Oxford Street gay nightlife, the art, food and shopping scenes and numerous iconic attractions make Sydney a world class gay holiday destination.
The problem for Oxford Street is Rocky Tabanas. The 25-year-old from Mount Druitt used to be a fixture at Sydneys gay mecca; Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights out on the strip – drinking
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