Highlights of Sydney - A Half-Day City Tour

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Key Details
4 hours
Skip the Line
Mobile Voucher Accepted
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Live Guide
Dutch, English, French, German

Pick-up service

We pick you up at your hotel (if your hotel is within the city area). If your hotel is outside the city area (e.g. Manly, North Sydney, Bondi or Parramatta), than we will pick you up at Circulair Quay ferry wharf or Central Station (in front of the Sydney YHA on Rawson Avenue).

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What You'll Do
  • See all the hot spots and tourist icons such as The Rocks, Sydney Opera House, Mrs Macquarie's Chair, The Gap, Bondi Beach, China Town
  • Get a real taste of contemporary Sydney life beyond its beaches, shopping and dining precincts and local parks
  • Hear about Sydney's fascinating past and challenging present, from the Gadigal occupation to the First Fleet and the Olympic Games
  • Kickstart your Australia holiday with all the insight info you like to know: where are the best beaches and bars or the finest shops and galleries
  • Enjoy a personalised city tour in a small group of maximum 10 people
Let your passionate guide take you on a personalized tour to and beyond the hot spots and tourist icons of Sydney. Experience a vibrant and friendly lifestyle on a 4-hour that will make you never wanting to leave the most beautiful city in the world.
What to Expect
The half-day Sydney Highlights tour is just perfect to kick-start or end your holiday. In 4 hours you will be taken to – and beyond – all the all the city hot spots and tourist icons, with our expert tour guide providing you with all the info you like to know as a first time visitor: where are the best beaches in town? Or the best walks, the finest restaurants or most atmospheric Aussie pubs. What's on at The Basement, the Opera House or the Vanguard and where to best shop for authentic and/or cheap souvenirs. In fact, this half-day Sydney tour will leave you with so many ideas and plans that you'll likely decide to extend your stay in the world's most beautiful city!

Tour starts at 08:00 or 13:00 with a pick-up from your city hotel. From there it is on to:
  • The Rocks (landing spot of the First Fleet, oldest part of Sydney)
  • Millers Point (the oldest pubs and hotels)
  • Mrs Macquarie’s Chair (best look-out on the Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge)
  • Woolloomooloo (Harry Cafe de Wheels, Fingerwharf)
  • Potts Point (Eclectic Architecture galore)
  • Kings Cross (Red Light District)
  • Rushcutters Bay (Start of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht-race)
  • Darling Point (first of series of posh harbour side suburbs)
  • Double Bay (exclusive shopping centre, AKA Double Pay)
  • Point Piper (most expensive real estate in the world)
  • Rose Bay (site of Australia’s first international airport for ‘flying ships”)
  • Vaucluse (early 19th century mansions)
  • Shark Beach (hotspot of local swimmers and bull sharks)
  • Watson’s Bay (heritage trails and nudie beaches)
  • Camp Cove (Capt. Philip’s first foot print)
  • The Gap (where the harbour spills out in the Tasman Sea and the Pacific)
  • Dover Heights (spectacular views of the city and the ocean)
  • North Bondi (golf, whales and sea-eagles)
  • Bondi Beach (birthplace of free-style swimming and professional lifesaving)
  • Tamarama Beach (AKA Glamarama)
  • Bronte Beach (the Gully, barbies and dogs)
  • Centennial Park (largest city park)
  • Woollahra (consulates, mansions and art traders)
  • Paddington (Victorian terraces, boutiques and fashion)
  • Darlinghurst (gay and lesbian entertainment district)
  • Surry Hills (trendy and multicultural)
  • China Town (Paddy’s Markets)
  • Darling Harbour (modern, purpose built entertainment entre)
Drop off at your city hotel is around 13:00 (for the morning tour) or 17:00 (afternoon tour).
What's Included
  • Expert commentary
  • Water

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