Australia's oldest and most cosmopolitan city is literally overflowing with thrilling views, fascinating history, and fun things to do. We'll cover the must-sees off the major districts to familiarize you with all that's on offer. Then you'll know exactly how to spend the rest of your stay.
Sydney's North Shore includes Mosman and Manly. See Sydney Harbour from two vantage points, Middle Head and North Head.
The Rocks is a tourist precinct and historic area of Sydney. It is located on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour, right at the base of the Harbour Bridge. Here are many historic walks and beautiful old restored sandstone buildings. Visit the many galleries, restaurants and bars in the area. Stroll towards the Opera House, pass Circular Quay where the harbour ferries come and go.
To the immediate east of the city lies the Botanical Gardens, the Domain, and the NSW State Art Gallery. A popular destination is Mrs Macquaries Chair, a great photo opportunity to see the Opera house and the Harbour Bridge in one shot.
After the domain I like to show St Mary’s Cathedral. Hyde Park with the Archibald Fountain are close here. Then we have Market St the shopping center of Sydney with Pitt St Mall, Sydney Tower and the Queen Victoria Building. Darling Harbour, would be a good stop after the city, with the Pyrmont swingspan bridge, the National Maritime Museum, Sydney Aquarium and an array of restaurants and shops. A new convention and exhibition centre has recently been completed. Perhaps stay at Darling Harbour, head to China Town or even Sydney Fish Markets for a vast variety of lunch and refreshments
Travel from the city to see the Eastern Suburbs with Watsons Bay and Bondi Beach or the North Shore to see Mosman, Balmoral and Manly Beach. All these places offer great opportunities of panoramic city and harbour views and many restaurant, shopping and activity options along the way.
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Cost for charter tours to the Blue Mountains for up to 12 hours
1- 5 Clients
$560 AUD (About $600 USD)
6- 10 Clients
$660 AUD (About $760 USD)
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Craig is the owner of this small company and he was very knowledgeable. He went out of his way to make this a special day and he succeeded. We went to the Blue Mountains, returning a different route and saw the lovely sight of a mountain with a blue haze on it. We could not have had a better guide.