Explore the rich culture of Australia’s most famous city with a guided half-day Sydney city tour!
• Harbour Bridge
• Milsons Point
• North Head Lookout
• Manly Beach
• Opera House
Sydney Morning Tour
Your Driver Guide will give expert comments as you wave your way through Sydney’s beautiful northern beach suburbs.
Sydney Harbor Bridge
You’ll head out over the Sydney Harbor Bridge, one of the world’s largest steel arch bridges. The arch-based architecture has led the Bridge to be recognised as the’ Coathanger’ by locals. 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 photographed landmarks in the city.
The Milsons Point is just a few kilometers from Sydney town on the lower North Shore. One of the more affluent suburbs of Sydney, the streets are filled with beautiful homes, churches and schools, many built in the late 1800s. Milsons Point is a popular destination for both locals and tourists, with its incredible views of the harbor and the Opera House, and an array of leading restaurants, cafés and boutique shops.
Sydney Opera House
From Milsons Point you will have a fantastic view over the iconic Sydney Opera House. This building listed as a World Heritage building designed by Jørn Utzon is considered a new architectural masterpiece and a venue for performing arts of the world class. Make sure you have your camera ready, as Opera House views aren’t getting any better than this!
North Head Lookout
North Head’s heat-covered cliffs offer endless views of the Pacific Ocean and a spectacular view of the harbor and Sydney skyline.
Time to feel your toes in the sand! Manly’s exciting suburb is renowned for its beaches stretching from Queenscliff to Manly Beach to the North Steyne Beach. With its relaxed lifestyle outdoors, Manly is a great place to spend some time wandering on the beaches and checking out the sights. In one of the many cafés (own expense) you might also like to take in some of the local sights and treat yourself to morning tea.
Finish your morning tour at either King Street Wharf or Circular Quay, or you may opt to upgrade to lunch cruise to create a perfect end to the day.
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