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Pass By: The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
The oldest part of (white) Australia. It is where Captain Arthur Philip started the first penal settlement on 26 January 1788. Now a lively & romantic area with plenty of shops, bars and restaurants.
Stop At: Observatory Hill, Watsons Road Millers Point, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
The highest point in the inner-city, where in 1858 the Observatory was built to keep the timer and observe the Southern Cross. Now a museum, a cafe and a favourite location for weddings.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Dawes Point Park, Hickson Road The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
Right by the Sydney Harbour Bridge. From the Ivy Steps we marvel at this beautiful part of the harbour, with views on the bridge and the Sydney Opera House.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney, New South Wales 2060 Australia
Opened in 1932, after 9 years of construction. Employed 16,000 people, and therefor called "Sydney's Iron Long". Also known as "The Coat-hanger". With 508 meters wide, for a long time the widest single span bridge. 134 meters high. 8 car lanes, 2 train-tracks, a pedestrian walkway, a cycle path and a ... commercial Bridge climbing operation.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Mrs Macquarie's Chair, 1D Mrs Macquaries Rd The Rocks Visitors Centre, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
Spot where Elizabeth Macquarie, Lachlan's second wife, loved to wait for tall shops to come in from England with letters from home, furniture and clothes.
Her husband had a seat carved for her out of the sandstone: Mrs Macquarie's Chair is an attraction, and a good excuse to take in the views over this part of the harbour.
Duration: 15 minutes
Pass By: Fort Denison Island, Sydney Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
Former prison island, military fort (during the Crimean War) and a posh restaurant.
Pass By: Woolloomooloo Wharf, 6 Cowper Wharf Rd Woolloomooloo, Sydney, New South Wales 2011 Australia
AKA the Fingerwharf, the largest wooden construction in the world. Once a working waterfront, with a fish-market and a ferry-wharf. Now the home of Hollywood actors, a 5 star hotel and upmarket restaurants.
Stop At: Harry's Cafe de Wheels - Tempe, 886-896 Princes Hwy, Tempe, Sydney, New South Wales 2044 Australia
Not the one in Tempe, but the original one an Woolloomooloo!
Duration: 5 minutes
Pass By: Potts Point Sunday Markets, Macleay Street, Potts Point, Sydney, New South Wales 2011 Australia
Potts Point: an eclectic mix of Victorian, Colonial, Art-Deco and Manhattan-style architecture.
Pass By: Kings Cross, Sydney, New South Wales 2011 Australia
Party-town, (former) red-light district, the Golden Mile, the Coca-Cola sign, Bohemian Sydney of the 30's.
Pass By: Rushcutters Bay Park, New South Head Rd Rushcutters Bay, Sydney, New South Wales 2027 Australia
The Royal Yacht club of Australia - start of the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race on Boxing Day.
First of as series of wealthy Harbour-side suburbs.
Pass By: Double Bay Farmers Markets, Guilfoyle Park, Bay Street, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
Double Bay, AKA Double Pay. The most expensive shops in Australia include Dior, Cartier, Louis Vuitton. Streets lined with Ferrari's, Bentley's, and all types of German cars.
Pass By: Woollahra Thai Therapeutic Massage, 17 Spicer St, Sydney, New South Wales 2025 Australia
No, we're not having a Thai massage. We're just seeing thje posh suburb of Woollahra. And Point Piper - the most expensive real estate in Australia, where properties cost an average of $12 million.
Stop At: Rose Bay Beach, Rose Bay, New South Wales Australia
The largest bay of the 66 bays of Sydney Harbour.
Location of the first international airport of Sydney. An airport for seaplanes, AKA the Flying Ships.
Duration: 5 minutes
Pass By: Nielsen Park, Greycliffe Avenue, Vaucluse, Sydney, New South Wales 2030 Australia
Part of Sydney Harbour National Park.
Stop At: Rose Bay to Watsons Bay Walk, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
A short walk across Parsley Bay to absorbe the atmosphere in this magnificent part of Sydney. Plenty of Rainbow Lorikeets in the Banksia's.
In summer we can spot an Eastern Waterdragon.
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Watsons Bay, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
And its hamlet of wooden cottages on a peninsula, between the Pacific and the harbour.
Stop At: Camp Cove, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
The first bay Capt Philip saw after he had entered Sydney Harbour, and where he first set foot on Australian soil on 21 January 1788 - 5 days before disembarking in Sydney Cove.
Duration: 5 minutes
Stop At: The Gap Park, Watsons Bay, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
Walk part of the famous Gap Walk to enjoy views over Sydney Harbour and the Pacific,
In winter and late spring/early summer we can spot Humpbacks and Southern Right whales on their yearly migration to and from the tropics.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Macquarie Lighthouse, Old South Head Road, Vaucluse, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
Replica of the first lighthouse built in Australia, to a design of Frances Greenway - the convict-architect who helped Lachlan Macquarie built Sydney.
Duration: 3 minutes
Stop At: Bondi Beach, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Sydney, New South Wales 2026 Australia
Famous Bondi Beach. Birthplace of Australia's Beach Culture, location of first apartment buildings, first milkbar, first professional life saving club, Sydney's first tram terminal...
Starting point of the Bondi to Coogee Walk.
Duration: 30 minutes
Pass By: Tamarama Beach, Bondi, New South Wales 2026 Australia
Older generations know it also as 'Little Bondi' , where some of them may still remember the trips in a Hot Air Balloons and a visit to one of the many an ill-fated Aquariums and other entertainment venturers that dotted the Sydney beaches at the turn of last century.
Pass By: Bronte Beach, Bronte Road, Bronte, Waverley, New South Wales NSW 2024 Australia
Terminus of the Bondi to Bronte Backpacker Express - the rip that takes you on a free, yet dangerous trip between Sydney's best known beaches.
Pass By: Centennial Park, Oxford St. and Parkes Drive, Sydney, New South Wales 2021 Australia
In English "Centennial Park', Sydney's largest city park. Home of Lachlan Swamp - once source of Sydney's drinking water (the Tank Stream), now the home of thousands of fruitbats hanging in the paperbark ghost-tree forest.
Pass By: Paddington Markets, 395 Oxford St Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales 2021 Australia
Paddington, aka Sydney's Fashion District.
Where Australia's top-designers hold court in beautiful, heritage protected Victorian Terraces.
Pass By: Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Oxford & Flinders Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2010 Australia
Held every year in Darlinghurst.
Pass By: Aurora Rooftop Hotel, 324 Elizabeth Street, Sydney, New South Wales 2010 Australia
Passing though lively Crown Street.
Pass By: The Haymarket Hotel Syd, 661-663 George St, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
Located in Sydney's China Town - small but old settlement.
Home of Paddy's Markets!
Pass By: Darling Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
Formerly a busy working waterfront, now an entertainment district with national and international attractions, junk food, restaurants & bars, casino's, hotels etceteras.
Pass By: Barangaroo Reserve, Hickson Road, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
The last chapter of Sydney.
Traveler pickup is offered
We pick up from all city hotels.
Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 4 days of travel. In this case confirmation will be received within 48 hours, subject to availability
Infant seats available
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
Not wheelchair accessible
Near public transportation
Most travelers can participate
This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
Posted By : Edmund R
Very knowledgeable and flexible. Driver took us to many different parts of Sydney. There was a good balance with driving and walking.
Posted By : Mark B
Jelle gave a great tour of the city and surrounding areas. We’d booked as a group tour, but there were only the two of us. We got to do quite a bit of walking in several beach areas.
Posted By : cutewei0624
Good Tour Guide to lead us go the attraction , but the timing abit rushing.Total experience is good .
Posted By : Susan G
Excellent tour guide...went with the flow. Although he had bus trouble, he made swift arrangements for another vehicle and we wound up having a semi-private tour with only one other couple. We saw all of the highlights, stopping occasionally for photo ops and little walks where he would meet us at the other end of the walk...nice touch. We got to see Sydney from many different vantage points, fun neighborhoods and the less touristy places we never would have known about or known where to park. Bondi beach was beautiful. If y0u really want to get a feel for Sydney, this is a great way to do it in a short time...highly recommend this early on your trip!
Posted By : wendy.l.friedman
Great guide - he hit all the neighborhoods and sites of Sydney except the Opera House. He was very knowledgeable about the history of the city and sites. Time at Bondi beach was just right.
Posted By : Chris C
Nice introduction to the city on our first day.
Posted By : bax41
My sister and I were the only ones on this tour so was very personal - enjoyable and informative at the same time
Posted By : samstav
Guide was knowledgeable and took us to some point of interest that you wouldn't see with a tour bus.
Posted By : Marquita J
Great tour to see all of the areas of Sydney! Was able to see the Opera House from Macquarie Park to Bondi beach as well as some of its affluent neighborhoods. I wish there was slightly more time to take pictures of some of the well known things in Sydney.
Posted By : Kristofer A
Very fun tour and a good introduction to Sydney and its history.