darling point oasis
Embrace the vibrancy of Darling Point – a prestigious suburb defined by expansive harbour views, landmark heritage homes and spectacular mansions, as well as being home of the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, which hosts the famous Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race each year.
Hidden away at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac is Darling Point Oasis; a tranquil and well-appointed home that is made for spontaneous city breaks or romantic getaways. Only four-kilometres from the city and surrounded by the glamorous neighbouring suburbs of Double Bay and Rushcutters Bay, the living is easy in this conveniently placed harbourside home.
What we love about this property…
Comfortably and elegantly furnished, Darling Point Oasis is a light-filled sanctuary in which to unwind after a day of indulging in the local sights.
All of the necessary mod-cons are in place for you to feel completely at home including Netflix, Foxtel and unlimited Wi-Fi. You are surrounded by dozens of restaurants and takeaways, but if you decide to stay in, the superbly equipped kitchen includes induction cooking, so whipping up a quick meal will be a pleasure.
Darling Point Oasis is ideal for singles and couples, but four adults can be easily accommodated in the two queen sized bedrooms, which are appointed with crisp linens and ceiling fans for a comfortable and cool night’s sleep.
In the morning, use the coffee machine to brew yourself a fresh cup of coffee, and throw open the door to the garden to invite fresh coastal air to wash over you while you relax in comfort on the lounge.
What to do while you’re here…
Harbour tranquility is combined with urban convenience in this prestigious part of Sydney. Within an easy walk of the front door are Double Bay, Rushcutters Bay and Edgecliff – all offering waterfront eateries and breathtakingly beautiful walks along the harbour’s edge. Only slightly further out are Paddington and Darlinghurst, where an eclectic selection of designer shops, independent art galleries and world-class dining options take centre stage.
If you’re in the mood for a relaxing afternoon, head down to McKell Park or Yaranabbe Park with a blanket and a picnic, and spend a few hours marveling at the gorgeousness of Sydney Harbour.
Every December, crowds flock to the area to watch the hundreds of yachts that set off for their voyage from Sydney to Hobart on Boxing Day, and then stick around to watch one of the world’s most iconic New Years fireworks displays from the many parks and foreshores that line the harbour.
Bedroom 1 - Queen
Bedroom 2 - Queen
Bathroom - Bath & Shower
Linen & towels
Non smoking rooms
Sonos Sound System
Iron & Board
air conditioning only living area
street parking available