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  • Go Sydney Explorer Pass: Save Money at Sydney's Attractions

    1. Go Sydney Explorer Pass: Save Money at Sydney's Attractions

    Maximize your time and save some coin whilst you visit Sydney, one of the world's most popular tourist destinations. Valid for 60 days, you can ensure you save up to 45% off retail prices and enjoy discounts and benefits at over 20 of the city's most popular and famous attractions with the Go Sydney Explorer Pass. 

    During your time in Sydney, you can use your pass to visit such places like Taronga Zoo, The Sydney Opera House Tour, the Australian National Maritime Museum (Big Ticket), The Sydney Tower Eye with 4D Cinema Experience, take a Hop-on Hop-off bus tour of Sydney and Bondi, go on a Sightseeing Cruise, and much more.

    You can also choose from a vast array of different experiences to take part in whilst in Sydney:

    • The Sydney Opera House Tour

    • Big Bus Sydney and Bondi Hop-On Hop-Off: 1-Day Classic Tour

    • Australian National ...

    I did the Sydney Opera House Tour our tour guide was great very informative and p professional this tour is a must for all Aussies to learn more about one of our most treasured icons.

  • iVenture Sydney Attractions Flexi Pass

    2. iVenture Sydney Attractions Flexi Pass

    Treat yourself to a memorable stay in Sydney, admiring its glittering attractions and natural wonders with a convenient Flexi Attractions Pass. Check out 3, 5, or 7 sightseeing destinations during the course of 3 months. Your Sydney Flexi Attractions Pass allows you to save up to 50 percent on many of Sydney’s top museums, tours, and exhibits. Once your pass is activated, you are in no rush to visit your 3, 5, or 7 attractions. Indulge in enthralling sightseeing tours, cruises, watersports, and wildlife encounters with 3 full months of flexibility. Included Attractions: • Madame Tussauds • Sydney Opera House • Sydney Tower Eye • Wild Life Sydney Zoo • The Rocks Walking Tour • Australian National Maritime Museum • Manly Bike Tours • Oz Jet Boating Jet Boat Ride (supplements apply at peak times) • Powerhouse Museum • Blue Fish Restaurant • Blue Mountains Explorer Bus • B...

  • Australian National Maritime Museum: All-Inclusive Ticket

    3. Australian National Maritime Museum: All-Inclusive Ticket

    With this ticket, enjoy fast-track all-inclusive entry to the Australian National Maritime Museum. Climb the ship, discover the depths of the submarine, marvel at the exhibitions and learn about maritime history. Join a knowledgeable guide, who will share with you the fascinating stories behind the objects housed around the museum and on these spectacular vessels. The museum is home to one of the largest fleets of any museum in the world. Here, discover 6 permanent galleries displaying 13 historic vessels including warships and a replica of Captain Cook's tall ship. Enjoy a high-tech immersive journey that showcases the inner workings of the Royal Australian Navy with the Action Stations. Learn about maritime archaeology, science and history. Walk on-board the ex-Navy vessels HMAS Vampire and HMAS Onslow. After exploring the museum, enjoy a lunch at the onsite café for a waterfront lun...

    I disappointed a little about the galaxy in the museum. There is not much things to see.

  • Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and Museum Walking Tour

    4. Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and Museum Walking Tour

    The SCG Guided Walking Tour is fascinating journey behind the scenes of the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and the SCG Museum. The precinct is Sydney’s home of sport where international sporting heroes play cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football/soccer, and Australian Football League (AFL). Her entertaining stories of players, spectators and events as you take in the sporting architecture and ambience of the SCG. Venture behind the scenes of the Sydney Cricket Ground and see the field of play, the player’s dressing rooms, the historic members reserve, the media centre, the Walk of Honour, and the SCG Museum. With exclusive entry to the SCG Museum, you can see sporting treasures such as prized bats, balls and other cricket memorabilia: rugby league, football and AFL sporting treasures: and various featured temporary museum exhibits.

    Highly recommend even if not a cricket buff, lots of interesting facts and worth a visit.

  • Sydney: 4-Hour Cruise with Lunch and Afternoon Tea

    5. Sydney: 4-Hour Cruise with Lunch and Afternoon Tea

    Discover the largest harbor in the world on this half-day sightseeing cruise. With a small group, enjoy a personalized harbor boat cruise on a small, sleek boat that ensures the best views of Sydney. After cruising up close to iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, see historic sites and naval dockyards as well as extravagant waterfront mansions belonging to Australia's rich and famous. Keep an eye out for resident penguins, seals, and dolphins. Break for lunch at a waterfront beach club and enjoy a delicious meal with wine, beer or a soft drink. Afterward, take a short stroll up to The Gap to admire magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean and all the way back to Sydney. Your next stop is one of Sydney's lesser-known and most idyllic beaches, accessible only by boat, and described by locals as a hidden paradise. Take a stroll or swim in the beach's crystal-clear...

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What people are saying about Sydney

I did the Sydney Opera House Tour our tour guide was great very informative and p professional this tour is a must for all Aussies to learn more about one of our most treasured icons.

A fantastic tour going through the members pavilion and ground. The sunset tour was wonderful. Quiet and cooler really got to feel the atmosphere

Beautiful experience. We got good photos at the SCG. The tour guide was very engaging and informative.

Highly recommend even if not a cricket buff, lots of interesting facts and worth a visit.

A 2 hour tour all over the place with a very informative guide.