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Sydney's Chinatown span a total of 10 streets, the main streets are Dixon Street and Sussex Street where you can find a large range of quality Chinese restaurants, Asian supermarkets, jewelleries shops, Chinese medicine shops and souvenirs shops etc. There are celebrations during Chinese Lunar New Year. On Friday nights between June and December there are night markets as well.
Address:Dixon Street, Sussex Street
Transportation:A short distance from Central Station or Town Hall Station; Alight at Paddy's Market Station from Monorail or Light Rail

Paddy's Market

On the ground floor of Chinatown's Market City building, Paddy's Market is one of Sydney's most traditional and largest market. The market sells products from exotic tropical fruits to vegetables, from souvenirs to clothings and much much more.
Address:Opposite to Chinatown's main street Dixon Street
Transportation:A short distance from Central Station or Town Hall Station; Alight at Paddy's Market Station from Monorail or Light Rail
Hours:Thursday to Sunday and public holidays from 9.00am to 5.00pm

Powerhouse Museum

Powerhouse Museum is Australia's largest museum. The museum has a large collection of around 385,000 items from beautifully crafted furniture to one of the world's oldest locomotives, from Australian cultures to modern space technologies.
Transportation:A short distance from Central Station; Alight at Paddy's Market Station from Monorail or Light Rail
Hours:10.00am to 5.00pm daily, closed on Christmas Day
Fees:AUD$10.00 per adult, and cheaper for children or seniors

Star City Casino

Star City is New South Wales only casino. The casino is located next to the beautiful darling harbour. It opens 24 hours a day featuring slot machines and 200 gaming tables with games like Blackjack, Baccarat, Caribbean Stud Poker, Pai Gow, Big Wheel, Roulette, Craps, Sports Bar and Horse Racing games, as well as a five-Stars Hotel, restaurants, pubs and theatres.
Transportation:Harbourside Station from Monorail or Star City Station from Light Rail; or bus No.443 from Circular Quay / George Street / QVB to Star City
Hours:24 hours every day
Remarks:Persons under the age of 18 is prohibited from entering the casino; also may require a valid passport to confirm the proof of age

Sydney Fish Market

Sydney Fish Market is the world's second largest after Japan's. The market has auction rooms as well as fresh seafood retailers. Varieties range from fresh oysters, sashimi, prawns, crabs to lobsters, sea urchin, cooked seafood and much much more. The Sydney Fish Market is certainly a place for seafood lover. Ready for catch of the day? Make sure to plan your trip to Sydney with Expedia to get the best travel deals.
Transportation:Alight at Fish Market Station from Light Rail
Hours:7.00am until afternoon everyday, closed on Christmas

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