Image Credit: Park Hyatt Sydney

Park Hyatt Sydney & FUJIFILM Launch the Incredible GFX Suite

I’m a big fan of FUJIFILM. I’m always within arm’s reach of one of our two cameras – the X-T100 and the X-T20 – whenever I travel at home or overseas. Though the last 12 months haven’t provided much opportunity for overseas travel, FUJIFILM is looking to reignite that creative spark with a newly launched collab with the Park Hyatt Sydney.

Dubbed the GFX Suite, it’s a next-level photography experience featuring one of the Park Hyatt Sydney’s top suites, plus a brand new FUJIFILM camera to use during your stay.

Image: Park Hyatt Sydney
Image Credit: Park Hyatt Sydney

Located right on Sydney Harbour (you can look at the Sydney Opera House from your bed) the suite is equipped with the $9,499 FUJIFILM GFX100S camera, five lenses, and interactive in-room video tutorials, plus there’s a post stay concierge to edit photos.

The GFX Suite launch follows research commissioned by FUJIFILM that showed Sydney Harbour was Australia’s most photographed landmark over the last year. The Harbour Bridge (23%) and Opera House (16%) claimed first and second spots, respectively.

The FUJIFILM GFX100S. Supplied.
The FUJIFILM GFX100S. Supplied.

Leanne Hughes, National Marketing & Category Manager at FUJIFILM Australia, said: “To mark the launch of the FUJIFILM GFX100S, we wanted to give Australians the opportunity to get hands on with our most impressive camera to date and capture photos of Australia’s most loved landmarks – the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.”

The FUJIFILM GFX100S. Supplied.
The FUJIFILM GFX100S. Supplied.

“A stay at The GFX Suite is perfect for those looking to combine luxury with a high-end photography experience. We are excited to partner with The Park Hyatt Sydney for the launch of the FUJIFILM GFX100S, and look forward to bringing this suite to life across Australia’s most loved, picture perfect landmarks.”

Sound like your kind of escape? Bookings can be made from now until 30th June 2021, for stays between 15th April until 31st July 2021. There’s a minimum two-night stay but, considering you’re waking to views like the Opera House, that’s a very good thing.

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Chris Ashton

We're Chris Ashton and Simon Ceglinski, two Aussie travellers with a love of exploration and adventure, and the odd bit of luxury thrown in. We seek out street art, street food, and scuba diving wherever we go, and prefer the road less travelled over well-worn tourist paths.

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