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Mice Net : February 2009
experiences, attractions people reach new heights with Sydney bridgeclimb. This tourist attraction is now an Australian institution – described as a must do for any visitor to the city. There are now two climbs available – The Bridge Climb and The Discovery Climb. The Bridge Climb is the original climb which takes participants slowly to the summit for an amazing view of the harbour and city. The Discovery Climb takes climbers inside the workings of the bridge and then up to summit via a different route. If you want to do something that you will really remember about your time in Sydney then BridgeClimb is it. Visit www.bridgeclimb.com for further details. Sound too much like hard work? How about a visit to Wine Odyssey australia in The Rocks where you and your team can embark on a wine adventure – “a sensuous exploration of Australia’s most highly regarded but little known wineries”. A concept crafted by three successful businesswomen, Wine Odyssey Australia was created to help visitors discover a richer dimension in their wine experience – to deepen appreciation, finesse palates, and introduce us to the rarely tasted treasures of Australia’s most distinctive winemakers. In the Wine Bar, you’ll unearth 50 exceptional Australian wines you’re unlikely to find outside of the cellar door. Then there’s and must dos O kay, so you’re thinking about doing something in The Rocks but you’re not sure what. With so many options you really can become overwhelmed. Why not help your the Sebel Pier one the wine list of 200 premium Australian wines by the bottle to tempt you. But wait there’s more. Take your sense of smell into overdrive in the Aroma Room, hit the Tasting Theatre for a journey through six of Australia’s finest niche wineries, or partake in Food and Wine Flights – complementary combinations of small plate seasonal food and wine specially selected by the Wine Odyssey chef working closely with sommelier Donna Freeman. Visit www.wineodyssey.com.au for further details. And when it all gets too much for you, or there’s some serious work to be done, why not head back to The Sebel pier One Sydney for some rest and relaxation. Housed in an Edwardian building, the hotel offers a contemporary, modern interior design while retaining a classic old world charm. Original timber and exposed steel beams are a feature in many of the suites while panoramic windows and a 12 square metre glass floor in the lobby highlight its incredible harbourside position. The heritage features of the 1912 wharf have been carefully preserved so that each of the 160 well appointed rooms are unique in design and style. The hotel was one of the first in Sydney to be 100 per cent smoke-free and offers many rooms with opening windows for guests to enjoy the fresh sea air. There’s also meeting facilities for up to 280. For more information on The Sebel Pier One Sydney visit www.sebelpierone.com.au. Sydney events shine brighter by the harbour Sparkling harbour surrounds, unique venues and a stunning city skyline: the winning formula for a successful event in a city that knows how to put on a show. The Rocks and Darling Harbour are home to stunning open spaces, outdoor venues, grand harbour views and world-class facilities catering for a few or a thousand. When the day is over relax with an irresistible range of quality dining options, fascinating museums, diverse shopping and non-stop entertainment right on the doorstep. Plan your next successful event in The Rocks and Darling Harbour at sydneyforevents.com 108 mice.net Magazine Supplement