Explore the rich culture of Australia’s most famous city with a guided Sydney city tour! If you’re looking for a private transportation to explore the city of Sydney, this tour is best for you. our driver and guide will collect you from your hotel, Airport or cruise terminal at a time to suit you, in a comfortable air conditioned car and will reveal to you the most beautiful and interesting aspects of our history, sights and culture. Have the flexibility to customize your itinerary and at an affordable price.
• Milsons Point
• North Head Lookout
• The Rocks
• Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair
• Sydney Opera House
• The Gap
• Bondi Beach
Sydney City Tour Today you’ll see some of the best sights this lovely harbor town has to offer. Your driver guide will provide expert input as you ride past famous suburbs, each with its own special street scenery and fascinating history.
Milsons Point The picturesque Milsons Point is situated on the lower North Shore. One of the wealthiest suburbs in Sydney, the streets are lined with beautiful homes, churches and schools, most built in the late 1800s. Milsons Point is a popular destination for locals and visitors with its incredible views of Sydney Harbor and the Opera House and an abundance of leading restaurants, cafés and boutique shops.
North Head Lookout North Head’s heat-covered cliffs show continuous views of the Pacific Ocean and a spectacular view of the harbour and Sydney skyline.
Manly Beach With its comfortable, outdoor lifestyle, Manly is a great place to spend some time walking along the golden sandy beaches from Queenscliff to Manly Beach on the North Steyne Coast. In one of the many cafés (own expense), you might also like to treat yourself to morning tea.
Lunch Break Enjoy a 2-hour lunch break at Darling Harbor before going back to the coach for your afternoon part of the tour and opting to upgrade your lunch.
Join your guide on the afternoon tour at 2 pm at Lime Street, King St Wharf.
The Rocks Located at the very base of the Harbor Bridge, the Rocks is a vibrant and popular spot full of boutique shops, art galleries and restaurants of world class. The place was home to the Gadigal indigenous people a long time ago. European settlers claimed the land in 1788 and as you stroll through the historic buildings you can experience the color and character of their lifestyle.
From the Rocks you will have a breathtaking view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, one of the world’s largest steel arch bridges. Designed in 1924 to connect this growing city’s northern and southern shores, the Harbor Bridge opened in 1932 and is one of the most recognizable and photographed landmarks in the city.
Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, is situated high on the peninsula known as Mrs. Macquarie’s Point and is an exposed sandstone rock, hand-carved by convicts in 1810. It is said that the then New South Wales Governor’s wife, Mrs. Macquarie, was known to visit the area to take the views.
Sydney Opera House You’ll get another bird-eye view of the Sydney Opera House from Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, perhaps the most iconic sight in the world. This building, which is listed as a World Heritage site, is considered a masterpiece of late modern architecture and a venue for performing arts of world class.
Your camera is set for the shoot Again. Now you’re going to Sydney Harbor’s gateway, known as the Gap. A dramatic ocean cliff on Sydney’s eastern coast, the Gap gives you amazing views of the coastline of New South Wales.
Australians from Bondi Beach are known for their relaxed and outdoor lifestyle, and this is a prime example of Bondi Beach. One of the world’s most famous beaches, it’s a fascinating place full of lifeguards, surfers and tanned beach-goers. From one of the many cosmopolitan cafes and restaurants, you can wander along the shoreline and dip your toes into the cool ocean or treat yourself to afternoon tea (own expense).
Full-Day Sydney City Tour
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