Book our Sydney Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus 24 Hour Ticket to visit beautiful harbour city and its various landmarks. Take photos along the way!
The open-air double-decker bus tour is a fantastic sightseeing option in Sydney and Bondi due to the warm and temperate environment throughout the year. Visit the historic Rocks district, the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and Sydney’s central business sector (Central Business District). Bondi Beach is a prominent beach area located east of Sydney’s city center.
Enjoy the wide beach and warm sea, or visit one of the town’s many cafes, restaurants, and stores, many of which have spectacular ocean views. Take a break from the bus to shop in sophisticated shopping districts or enjoy local landmarks such as the lively Sydney Fish Market. Take a stroll around the Royal Botanic Gardens or along the tree-lined paths of Hyde Park to stretch your legs.
Take the open-top, double-decker bus from any of the city’s conveniently located stops. As you sit back and relax on the entire ride, listen to pre-recorded commentary in a variety of languages. Get off the bus and go at your own pace to any of the destinations. The Cook and Phillip Park, 100 William Street, or Central Station stops on the Sydney and Bondi tours connect.
From the time they are first used, tickets are good for 24 or 48 hours. The bus does not run 24 hours a day, therefore please check the current timetable for operating hours. The Family Pass, which is good for two adults and two children, is a good deal for families.
• Enjoy the best way to explore Sydney.
• Get to know more about the beautiful harbor city and its various landmarks.
Sydney Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus 24-Hour Ticket
The perfect way to explore Sydney and all of its must-see sights is this hop-on hop-off bus tour!
Choose from 2 scenic routes, or mix and fit over a 24-hour cycle. You’ll see Circular Quay, Sydney Castle, the Australian Museum, Sydney SEA LIFE Aquarium and much more on the City Tour (Red Route). And turn to the Bondi Tour to visit the Town Hall of Paddington, Central Station, North Bondi, Rose Bay, Double Bay, and beyond. With plenty of stops along the way and frequent all day buses, you’ll see so much of Sydney in no time. And with audio commentary available in eight languages, you’ll also know more about the beautiful harbor town and its various landmarks than you thought possible.
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Sydney Hop-On Hop-Off Big Bus 24-Hour Ticket
City Tour Stops:
Stop 1 – Circular Quay
Stop 2 – Sydney Tower/Westfield Sydney
Stop 3 – Australian Museum
Stop 4 – William St
Stop 5 – Kings Cross
Stop 6 – El Alamein Fountain
Stop 7 – Woolloomooloo Bay
Stop 8 – Sydney Opera House
Stop 9 – Botanical Garden
Stop 10 – State Library
Stop 11 – Hyde Park
Stop 12 – Central Station
Stop 13 – Power House Museum
Stop 14 – Sydney Fish Market
Stop 15 – The Star
Stop 16 – Maritime Museum
Stop 17 – International Convention Centre
Stop 18 – Chinese Gardens/Chinatown
Stop 19 – SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
Stop 20 – King St Wharf
Stop 21 – Barangaroo
Stop 22 – Sydney Harbor Bridge
Stop 23 – The Rocks
Bondi Tour Stops:
Stop 12/24 – Central Station
Stop 25 – Town Hall (stop temporarily closed)
Stop 26 – Australian Museum
Stop 27 – William Street
Stop 28 – Paddington Town Hall
Stop 29 – Centennial Parklands
Stop 30 – Bondi Beach
Stop 31 – North Bondi
Stop 32 – Rose Bay
Stop 33 – Double Bay
Both routes take approximately 90 minutes (without getting off at any stops).
The City Tour starts and finishes at Stop 1 on George Street (corner of Alfred Street, opposite DFS Galleria). The first tour starts at 8:30 am, with buses every 20 minutes. You can switch to the Bondi Tour at stops 3, 4, and 12.
The Bondi Tour starts and finishes at Stop 12/24 on Pitt Street, Bus Bay 18 (near Central Station). The first tour starts at 9:30 am, with buses every 30 minutes. You can switch to the City Tour at stops 24, 26, and 27.
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Last Updated on September 21, 2022 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com