Cultural & Theme Tours
Boho Blitz is a great 'alternative' tour of Sydney. As passionate locals, we want to show you that Sydney is so much more than the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge! On this full day experience we'll help you discover our city's amazing food scene, unique shopping, happening bars, quaint neighbourhoods and cutting edge architecture..
Travelling in a small group of 8 or less, we'll travel by private mini-van between locations then explore each neighbourhood on foot for a true local feel. We'll circle the city fringe & take in a nice cross section of it's most interesting postcodes. We'll work our way from galleries to secret bars, past award-winning architecture and urban street art. Food options and shopping opportunities abound with hidden food alleys and artisanal markets, unique boutiques & even a former factory turned farmyard-foodie-heaven!
End the day with a list of places to return to, and a sense that you really 'know' Sydney..
If you love photography, appreciate things that are photogenic and wish to get professional quality pictures with your iphone camera, then this is the tour for you. I will teach you how to get the best results from your iPhone camera (including some inside tips), as well as some tips on photo editing. You will also get the opportunity to do use different lenses with your iPhone camera and take stunning pictures that you would never have imagined. Plus you’ll get to keep the lenses, FREE ! I cover a variety of themes around which the photo tour can be designed. For instance, ‘nature(including flora)’, ‘urban’, ‘architecture’ or something that you prefer. So if you want your friends and family to go ‘wow’ with your pictures, sign up now :-)
As one of Australia’s oldest neighbourhoods, The Rock boasts plenty of historic magnificence and on this tour we guarantee that you won’t be disappointed by the clandestine ruins beneath the now trendy streets. Historically the area had a reputation as a slum on the arriving convicts’ side of town. Often frequented by visiting sailors and prostitutes, the contrast to todays trendy vibe is sharp as the cobbled streets are lined with boutique stores and quaint cafés.
The Rocks historic area was once home to the Gadigal aboriginal people and later became the country's first site of European settlement. There is therefore so much vibrant history to discover in this neighbourhood and we will introduce you to it all. Among the many things you will explore on this tour is Fortune of War, Sydney’s oldest pub, and the haunted Susannah Place, where the ghost of a little convict girl is rumoured to roam at dusk.