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AEA The Milsons, Sydney

AEA The Milson is beautifully located on the tip of Milsons Point, on Sydney Harbour.

Located on the tip of Milsons Point, access to the CBD and North Sydney is easy via the railway station located across the road from the building. There are many picturesque walks around the Harbour foreshore & Kirribilli.Views to the Harbour Bridge is simply spectacular.

A gym and sunny indoor heated pool located within the building. North Sydney pool is only a short walk away for the serious lap swimmers.

Surrounding are various restaurants and cafes and there is also a convenience store nearby for late night necessities.

Famous Luna Park is only a short stroll away. There is also a ferry and train service to the CBD.

Accommodation Options


Cosy apartment with close up views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

One Bed with City View

Spacious apartment with good sized kitchen, plenty of storage place and room to sit back and relax

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Spacious apartment with fantastic views of Lavender Bay and Harbour

One Bed with Harbour Views (higher floor)

Spacious apartment with fantastic views of Lavender Bay and Harbour


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