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Marble Bar remains one of Sydney’s best-loved bars, featuring live entertainment Wednesday to Saturday. Built in 1893, the original Victorian-style décor and artwork make Marble Bar a must-see. This heritage-listed Sydney bar is one of the city's...more
Marble Bar remains one of Sydney's best-loved bars. Built in 1893, the original Victorian-style décor and artwork make Marble Bar a must-see. This heritage-listed Sydney bar is one of the city's favourite live music venues.
Located conveniently on George Street, this is a great place...More
Tucked away below the Hilton Hotel on George Street, the Marble Bar is an experience that will stay for sometime. An amazing decor, full bar service including classic cocktails, and great live music add to the atmosphere. Expect to pay high prices at the bar,...More
Lovely interiors and ambience of the place. The outdoor seating is amazing if the the weather is good and you get lovely views of the historic Queen Victoria Building. The cocktails are fantastic and are presented in a very interesting way. You might want to...More
Even if you don't drink, it is worth a visit down to the Marble bar just to check out the decor!
Good social atmosphere and it is not as crowded as some places can be on a Friday night. The bubbly I was served was...More
I was here for my work farewell. We ordered cocktails. Ordered a repeat round but he second one tasted different. Mentioned this to one of the floor staff and was told you will have to go tell the bar staff. They all have there own...More
Had pre dinner drinks at the Marble Bar. Very hip bar, great range of drinks from scotch to cocktails. I had bubbly champagne it was lovely and served at a good temp. Lots of couches and high bar stools around tables, although very dimly lit...More
Marble bar under Hilton hotel is stunning hidden under a very modern hotel it’s a great place for a drink and relax loved it highly Recommend it for a great night out in the heart of Sydney loved it Joel Sydney
We enjoyed our night at marble bar. The table and bar service was great. The waitress was very efficient and we were well attended to. The food was also good, To top it all up the live band was great. Overall lovely experience. Highly recommended.
The Sydney Central Business District is abuzz with energy. Power brokers run to and from high rise buildings and after-work drink places, high-end shoppers tour venues like the QVB, and fine diners frequent the many celebrity chef restaurants. For a dose of culture, walk to the NSW Art Gallery, or visit the Sydney Museum. To escape the hustle and bustle, reconnect with nature at the Sydney Botanical Gardens
or picnic lunch at High Park. No matter your interest, be sure to check the full calendar of events hosted by the city, from the Sydney Festival in January to October’s Good Food Month at Hyde Park.
Hi, Can anyone advise if the road to Marble bar is strictly 4WD , or is it passable by conventional vehicle. I'd like to go there, but will only have a non 4WD vehicle.
October 15, 2013|
Response fromLuigi A|
Depends which road. The one to Port Hedland is a good bitumen road. The one to Newman is dirt, but is pretty good most of the time. However, just about every vehicle on it is 4WD. You'd be better off going via Port Hedland. :)
Accom Meekatharra (2 Replies)
Is there any accomodation in Meketharra, or alternatives. Will be travelling by 4wd from Marble bar to Perth
March 05, 2011|
Response fromKate F|
I stay at the auski motel. Clean roomy and quiet. Can't recall price but def worth it. Unsure of any other options available.
Marble Bar (8 Replies)
Has anyone visited Marble Bar? Is it a worthwhile trip and has anyone stayed at the Ironclad Hotel? Very fussy about my accommodation re cleanliness. Any help please? Husband desperately wants to go there!
December 14, 2011|
I think you have to realise that you are out in rural Australia even if you stay in a five star hotel that mother nature and the elements are going to dictate the dust, the flies, the wild life etc. I live on a farm and I can clean and clean and within a few hours the dust has returned, the flies are waiting to get in and often there are snakes or lizards in my garden. I try to keep our house clean but I got over being finatical years ago. I am sure the managers try really hard at the...More