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Our Nightcap Hotel of the Week – Nightcap at High Flyer Hotel Condell Park

Planning a stay at Nightcap at High Flyer Hotel? We’ve got the low down on everything to do and see in and around Condell Park, in the Canterbury-Bankstown area of New South Wales. If you’re looking to stay for business or to relax in your down time, the Nightcap at High Flyer Hotel is just the spot. You’ll be greeted with a warm welcome plus all the touch points you’ve come to know from a Nightcap hotel. You’ll find relaxed atmosphere, on-site restaurant and bar, luxurious King Koil beds, in-room TV’s and free WiFi.

Condell Park is situated 21km from the Sydney CBD and just a 35 minutes drive by car; it’s also only a 7 minute drive to Sydney second biggest airport, Bankstown Airport.

Here is our guide to the top 5 attractions in and around Condell Park.

Bankstown Airport and Business Park

The High Flyer Hotel is door-to-door only a 10 minute drive to Sydney second biggest airport, Bankstown Airport and Business Park which operates three runways and over 180 businesses. 

Vietnamese Restaurants

With a large multicultural community, Bankstown has claimed to be one of the best places in Sydney to seek out the Vietnamese speciality, Pho. An Restaurant on Greenfield Parade is one of the top rated restaurants in the area and is open 7 days.  

Australian Aviation Museum 

For the enthusiasts of all things aviation, the Australian Aviation Museum is must visit attraction. They have wide range of aircraft, plus aircraft, space technology, and historic artefacts on display. Open on weekends and Wednesdays. 

Sydney Bulldogs Stadium 

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs NRL team have called Belmore Sports Ground their home, off and on again since 1920.  Whilst they don’t officially play here throughout the entire season (you can catch a game or two), it is where they train and where their long and rich history lies. 

Telstra Museum 

A little hidden gem for the history buffs is this piece of Australian telecommunications history, the Telstra Museum. You’ll find all sorts of telephonic paraphernalia and archival documentation, detailing how Australian’s remained connected to each other and the world over the many decades. The museum is located on Kitchener Street in Bankstown and we recommend giving them a call ahead of your visit.

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