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Race Centre - CLOSED

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Race Centre - CLOSED

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231/2-10 Darling Dr Entertainment Park, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
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Sydney The Rocks Guided Walking Tour
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Sydney The Rocks Guided Walking Tour

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Delve into the history of Sydney and British Australia on a leisurely 90-minute walking tour in The Rocks district with an expert guide. Enjoy the delights of present-day visuals as you explore The Rocks and hear the story of Sydney’s convict past as you discover shady courtyards, narrow laneways and hidden areas that even the locals do not know about. Stroll along the shoreline of Sydney Harbour with views of the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, past Cadman’s Cottage and Campbell’s Cove.<br>Tour Highlights:<br>• The shoreline of Sparkling Sydney Cove<br>• Harbour views of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge<br>• Cadman’s Cottage, The Rocks oldest surviving cottage built in 1816<br>• Campbell’s Cove, offering fantastic views of Sydney Harbour<br>• Awe inspiring Argyle Cut begun with convict labour in 1843<br>• Within The Rocks historic precinct, we will wander through Greenway Lane, Kendall Lane, Suez Canal, Foundation Park and much more.
$24.81 per adult
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Akshay G wrote a review Feb 2017
London, United Kingdom9 contributions3 helpful votes
We stumbled upon this place while visiting Harbourside Shopping Centre. The staff member serving us (Tom, I think) was very friendly and a great person to chat with. He explained each aspect of the experience we were signing up for as well as taking us through the controls, setting options, etc. The simulator experience is great fun, but takes a little getting used to at first if you choose to play it on full realism setting. One can adjust the level of difficulty, so it can be fun for everybody. This is a must try for anyone who is fond of cars or racing. You will not want to leave! Pricing is a little steep, but well worth the experience. I would recommend choosing the 1 hour package.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Brad P wrote a review Dec 2015
Adelaide, Australia8 contributions2 helpful votes
Awesome fun. A massive range of cars to choose from as well as different tracks from around the world. Totally addictive. Just be careful if you suffer from motion sickness.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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Muddy W wrote a review Nov 2014
Randwick, Australia313 contributions51 helpful votes
Took 8 members of my team for 1hrs worth of racing ... looking for something fun to do and something competitive that we could all do together. Race Centre was fantastic, everyone had a lot of fun and were still talking about it several hours later. I would highly recommend this experience.
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Date of experience: November 2014
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Aussie_Traveller38 wrote a review Oct 2014
Australia199 contributions111 helpful votes
We did this as a family of 5 and found that it is not for everyone. The two ladies in our group decided they had had enough about half way through with one of them complaining the simulator was making her nauseous. We booked for an hour but ended up with closer to an hour and a half. We had good fun without being too serious as the simulators take some practice and there is certainly a learning curve involved. We did find that we were ready to take a break by the time it was over but loved the experience. Not a cheap activity with a family though.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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MF100 wrote a review Aug 2014
Paraparaumu, New Zealand72 contributions15 helpful votes
This would have been my 3rd trip to this centre in the past 3 years, spoiled today by very slack employee. The desk jockey arrived 10 minutes late, and was making no effort to open up, so when I asked, he said probably 11 today. When I pointed out opening hours were from 10, it was a whiny 'oh mate, it's wet and I've got paperwork to do'. No apologies, no effort, no service. Now I can bet he doesn't own this business, but what he's done is turn away a paying customer, who's then going to tell lots of people about the bad experience. And you know what...this also happened last year when I visited. The simulators are great, but I won't be spending my hard earned cash on them again with staff like this.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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