Wine tours are nothing without the perfect surroundings in which to indulge. Nestled inland from Newcastle, the Hunter Valley is a mere 2 hour drive from Sydney and is home to wineries, luscious farmland, art galleries, golf courses and native wildlife.
On this small-group tour with no more than 14 participants you’ll taste Australian made wines at three boutique wineries, paired with a food menu to compliment every drop. Before leaving Sydney, you’ll visit the Sydney Fish Markets to purchase fresh seafood to be used in the menu and stop in the Hawkesbury region for breakfast.
Your guide is not just any old guide – he is your cook as well, and is a qualified chef! We do this to make sure that the food you get to eat matches your tour and the wines you are tasting to perfection.
Our mission is to make your day not just an outing, but an expedition, exploring vineyards, and experiencing first class cooking in idyllic surrounds.
Book a table for a Sydney Harbour dinner cruise aboard the our flagship vessel MV Sydney 2000. The choice is yours whether you embark at Circular Quay or King Street Wharf on your 2.5-hour Sydney dinner cruise. Take your seat as you float past the floodlit Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, while a team of international chefs prepare a three-course dinner for you to enjoy.
Board one of our traditional tall ships Southern Swan or the impressive Soren Larsen and discover the sights and sounds of Sydney on a unique historic meets modern harbour cruise.
Choose this morning or afternoon half-day Sydney sightseeing tour and explore Sydney highlights including incredible views of Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, stroll along Bondi Beach.
We start in the Sydney Old Town and CBD heading east along the shores of Sydney Harbour. Journeying through some of the most exclusive harbourside suburbs of the Eastern Suburbs region we take a break at Watsons Bay and The Gap at the entrance of Sydney Harbour – one of the most captivating Panoramic Views in Sydney. Then it’s on to Bondi Beach via where guests can enjoy a stroll along the beach front promenade, enjoy a tea or coffee (at own expense) and see bronzed Aussie lifesavers. Returning to the city via Bondi Junction, Centennial Park, Paddington and China-Town we pause at Darling Harbour. Then driving directly underneath the Sydney Harbour Bridge, we finish the tour back in the old town of The Rocks near Circular Quay.
This big day out to the south of Sydney winds through Australia’s oldest national park, takes in spectacular coastal scenery along the Grand Pacific Drive, traverses the Sea Cliff Bridge, then climbs the sandstone escarpment to return via the forests and farmland of the picturesque Southern Highlands.
Enjoy up close and personal experiences with iconic Australian wildlife, expansive vistas of coastal scenery, eucalyptus-clad valleys and waterfalls plunging over sandstone cliffs, scenic drives through national parks and along bays, beaches and country backroads, beachside dining and cool-climate wine tasting.
Tour includes a private koala experience with a keeper, lunch at a popular seaside cafe, wine-tasting at a boutique winery, National Parks and wildlife park entry fees, friendly and knowledgable guide, transport in a comfortable air-conditioned minibus. Maximum 11 guests.
Visit your choice of two, three or four of Sydney’s most popular attractions at your own pace with this Sydney combo pass. Select from SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Tower Eye, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo or Madame Tussauds Sydney. You can meet native Australian animals from both land and water; take in panoramic views of the city and harbor from the Sydney Tower Eye observation deck; or snap a selfie with wax figures of your favorite celebrities. Pass is valid for one month from date of first use.
Enjoy a personal experience with a small group tour
Cruise around on an i2 Segway, the sports car of all segways
Explore breathtaking routes and see more of the city on a segway
Learn about Brisbane from your friendly, local tour guide
See iconic sights such as Kurilpa Bridge, South Bank Parklands and the Goodwill Bridge
Following your convenient city hotel pick up you will be part of our SMALL GROUP fully guided tour in our comfortable air conditioned mini bus to the Blue Mountains World Heritage national park.
Visiting the Featherdale Wildlife sanctuary for around one hour with all the native Australian animals - Koalas, Kangaroos and more.
Seeing all the Mountains sights- The Grand Canyon, The 3 Sisters,
Echo Point, Katoomba, Leura, Kattomba Falls, Orphan Rock, Cahill Lookout Aboriginal culture, visit Scenicworld to ride the Scenic Railway down to the forest Boardwalk and ride 2 Cablecars ( optional $44),and enjoy a relaxing River Cruise return to Sydney Harbour stepping off nearby the Opera house.
Start about 8am return by 6pm. ( Please email or phone 0421892760 the day before for hotel pick up time )
The Walking with Wombats Tour will get you within feet of WILD Wombats and Kangaroo's. NSW's best waterfalls, rain forest boardwalk, blowholes and vistas. Dine surrounded by Wombats a Kangaroos with and OZZIE BBQ dinner.
Discover the rugged beauty of the Blue Mountains and its wild life on this full-day trip to Blue Mountains National Park from Sydney.
Travel aboard a luxury van (max 14 guests) through historic great highway towns to reach the park, where you’ll be amazed by supersized natural wonders like Katoomba Falls and the Three Sisters of the Jamison Valley cliffs. Join us the steepest railway in the oldest Rain forest in the world and continue the Australian culture center.
Take a short bush walk (hike) among the Oil Tea Tree trees, eucalyptus tree Koalas’ diet and enjoy several stops at secret Points for photos on your own. Short drive will take us to wildlife park feed the kangaroos and watch koalas and our native animals, but not before we stop for lunch at local Australian restaurant, select one of 7 options chef’s menus. We will Conclude our journey with a ferry rides on Parramatta river.
Sydney is one of the world's great style capitals as well as it is the perfect place to stock up on designer fashion, local labels, handcrafted jewelry, and chic homewares. Discover hidden boutiques in the narrow lanes of The Rocks or pick up artisan goods at the bustling Rocks Markets every weekend. Browse luxury fashion in Martin Place, including spectacular jewelry from Australia’s oldest pearling company, Paspaley. During this tour, we can guide you through the city’s best shopping districts, pick the one that fits your needs better and let's enjoy shopping together.
Paddington: Here, you will discover all the best high-end Australian fashion labels and brands in one easy location at the intersection of Glenmore Road and Oxford Street.
Darling Harbour: This is one of Sydney’s finest destinations for those looking to soak up the atmosphere of this city by the sea.
Pitt Street Mall: Despite its size, the Pitt Street Mall hosts many flagship chain stores.
And many more...
Experience the spectacular World Heritage listed Blue Mountains on an all inclusive tour from Sydney. Visit the famous Three Sisters at Echo Point for incredible views over the Jamison Valley and jump on as many rides as you like at Scenic World with your Unlimited Discovery Pass. You could ride the world’s steepest railway to the rainforest floor and take a short guided walk or travel across the valley in the famous cableway gondola. Enjoy a delicious lunch at an award-winning restaurant in Leura and meet koalas and kangaroos and other exotic animals at Sydney Zoo, leaders in animal conservation. Top of the day with a scenic river cruise that will take you under Sydney Harbour Bridge to Circular Quay, or if you prefer you can disembark at Darling Harbour.
There's no better way to see the sights of Sydney Harbour than on a hop-on hop-off harbour cruise. You can jump on and off at any number of stops, including Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Taronga Zoo, Watsons Bay, Manly and Luna Park. Simply disembark at any destination, stay as long as you like, then board another boat to reach your next sightseeing destination.
Explore the changing moods of the Blue Mountains in the late afternoon and capture the sunset over the rugged ranges and valleys. This tour is designed to avoid the peak hour traffic of Sydney with later departures and returns to maximise our time enjoying the stunning scenery and native forests.
• Explore the blue hazed, World Heritage listed National Park
• Take guided bushwalks through lush rainforests and rugged scenic trails
• Check out cliff-top views of the impressive Three Sisters rock formations
• Look over the stunning Wentworth Falls and Jamieson Valley
• Keep your eyes peeled for Australian wildlife such as kangaroos
• Photograph a rainbow of colours at sunset