Travelodge Hotel Blacktown Sydney provides all the familiar Travelodge amenities in a location that’s handy to the major family attractions of Western Sydney. The location, next to Blacktown Workers Club, means easy access to shows, live entertainment and dining options including cafes, buffets, pizzerias and Chinese restaurants. There’s an on premises breakfast buffet and a meeting room that can cater for up to 15 delegates. Free parking, luggage storage, 24 hour reception and free wifi are other features of this well located hotel.
The 120 rooms are simple, stylish and modern. All have a kitchenette with tea and coffee making facilities, electronic security lock and peephole, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, iPod dock and climate controlled air conditioning. Bathrooms feature a shower only. Flat screen TVs have radio and cable TV as well as in room movies (fees apply). Cots are supplied free (subject to availability) and restaurant delivery service is offered (fees apply). Extra bedding is available in all rooms for a $40 premium.
Wet’n’Wild Sydney is a hugely popular water park with more than 40 water slides. Meet koalas, crocodiles, echidnas, dingoes and more at Featherdale Wildlife Park. Sydney’s only drive in cinema, Skyline Drive-In Blacktown, screens new release films and serves American diner style food, while Sydney Motorsport Park offers thrill seekers a range of high speed driving experiences. Authentic dining options are available in Blacktown thanks to the large Filipino, Indian, Sudanese and Middle Eastern population. A top pick is Blue Nile Ethiopian restaurant, while the Blacktown Night Markets on Friday nights feature stalls selling the street food of many nations. The revolving Italian restaurant atop the Blacktown Workers Club, Cucina Locale, has 360 degree views of Sydney and the Blue Mountains. The highlights of the Blue Mountains in Katoomba, including the Three Sisters, are an hour’s drive from Blacktown, while historic Parramatta, with grand heritage listed properties such as Old Government House, is less than 20 minutes by car. Heritage pub the Royal Cricketer’s Arms – first licensed in 1880 – is another feature of the area.