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This one bedroom apartment is located on Miller Street, Pyrmont just across from the fish market and only a short walk to Darling Harbour.

Within Pyrmont you will find a wide range of different restaurants, cafes, bars and many retail shops all within walking distance.

This one bedroom apartment is fully equipped with everything needed for a comfortable and relaxing stay in Pyrmont. In the kitchen you will find a fridge, freezer, cook top , oven and all kitchen utensils needed to expand your culinary needs.

The bedroom is fitted with all fresh linen and the bathroom is equipped with clean towels to ensure a comfortable stay. The apartment has a wifi internet found throughout the to ensure all your internet needs are met.

Within the building complex there is a large pool, gym, spa and also a personal secure car parking spot in the underground car park.


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    8 / 102 Miller Street, Pyrmont, NSW, Australia


    Pyrmont is linked to the city by the Pyrmont Bridge, a swing bridge for pedestrians and cyclists. The Western Distributor passes through the suburb and provides a connection to the city and then to the North Shore via the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Distributor includes the Anzac Bridge, a large cable-stayed bridge spanning Johnstons Bay between Pyrmont and Rozelle, which replaced the Glebe Island Bridge.

    The Dulwich Hill Line of Sydney's light rail network includes four light rail stops in the suburb - Pyrmont Bay, The Star, John Street Square and Fish Market. The Pyrmont Bay ferry wharf is served by Darling Harbour ferry services. Pyrmont is also served by buses.

    Pyrmont was served by the former Sydney tramway network. Services commenced at Railway Square, travelling southwest on Broadway, turning right onto Harris Street, passing the former Darling Harbour Goods Yard. At Pyrmont a separate line branched off from the main line on Harris Street, turning left into Miller Street, turning right into Bank Street, crossing the former Glebe Island Bridge. It then travelled along Commercial Road turning right onto Victoria Road, then right onto Darling Street, terminating at the Darling Street Wharf.
    The tram lines closed in 1958. The Sydney Monorail ran between the city and nearby Darling Harbour across the Pyrmont Bridge between 1988 and 2013.

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