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 in five of the six 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 Harbour, is known as one of the most beautiful Harbours in world, and will not disappoint. Fine weather, sunshine, glorious ocean beaches.
Begin the day driving along the Sydney Harbour foreshore and the historic Rocks area.
Abundant opportunities exist in this area for photographs of the old terrace style housing, pubs and vantage points looking over the harbour with the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Follow the Sydney harbour foreshores through Rushcutters Bay, Rose Bay and Double Bay, fantastic photographic opportunities of Sydney’s exclusive eastern suburbs reveal why Sydney Harbour is considered on of the worlds most stunning harbours. Stops along the way provide panoramic vistas including exclusive housing and numerous boats moored, in these picturesque bays.
The notorious Gap Lookout and the entrance to Sydney Harbour is a good location for photographs of North Head and the Vista’s looking down the harbour towards the Harbour Bridge and a great place for lunch. (Organized at own expense)
Sydney’s most famous Beach. Bondi Beach reveals our surf culture, café society and the Art Deco architecture. Stop here and soak it all in, enjoy the beach or coffee on the boulevard.
Our return journey back to the city is through Paddington with its historic Terrace style houses and trendy stores.
Optional harbour cruise can be arranged.
The Archibald Fountain, properly called the J.F. Archibald Memorial Fountain, it is widely regarded as the finest public fountain in Australia and is located in Hyde Park, in central Sydney.
It is named after J.F. Archibald, owner and editor of The Bulletin magazine. It was built to commemorate the association of Australia and France in World War I.
The Sydney Opera House is located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It was conceived and largely built by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, who in 2003 received the Pritzker Prize. The Opera House was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site on 28 June 2007. It is one of the world's most distinctive 20th century buildings, and one of the most famous performing arts centres in the world.
Framed by diamond-sparkled waters of Sydney Harbour and shaped by history, The Rocks is where Sydney began.The original buildings were made mostly of local sandstone, from which the area derives its name.
There is plenty to do in The Rocks from visiting the attractions, wandering around the streets, eating out, shopping in the market or admiring the views of Circular Quay. The oldest house in Sydney can be found in The Rocks. It is Cadman's Cottage on George Street, built in 1816, once home to John Cadman but now the National Park Information Centre.
Bondi" or "Boondi" is an Aboriginal word meaning water breaking over rocks or noise of water breaking over rocks. The Australian Museum records that Bondi means place where a flight of nullas took place.
It is about one kilometre long and receives many visitors throughout the year. It is the end point of the City to Surf Fun Run which is held each year in August. Bondi Bathers Surf Lifesaving Club is the world's first surf lifesaving club.
Our Charter Tours let you decide exactly what you and your group would like to do. Book an exclusive private charter and ask us to show you these wonderful places. Inclusive of tansport costs, light refreshments, expert tour guide and any national park and wildlife service fees. Contact Us for bookings or information.
2018 Charter Fees, 1-6 Clients, AUD, (7-10 Clients add $100)
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