Tour ID: 10002139
This is truely a tour which will show you "spectacular Sydney". There are so many parts to Sydney and this tour will show you some of the best. You visit Manly, The Rocks, Bondi Beach, and explore Chinatown. Of course you will see the famous Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge from great lookout points. This tour certainly covers a lot of ground and will give you a great feeling of Sydney.
Experience the stunning scenery of some of Sydney’s most enduring locations. Visit Milsons Point, Arabanoo Lookout, The Rocks, Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, The Gap, Bondi Beach and more on this amazing day-tour. There’s no better way to experience this glorious city!
• Relax in comfort while you are chaperoned around the city on a comfortable, temperature controlled tour bus
• Marvel at the beauty of both the natural and manmade icons of Sydney
• Learn of Sydney’s historical past and diverse culture with full commentary along the way
Departing at around 8am from the Star Coach Terminal in Pyrmont (or earlier from your Sydney hotel) you’ll settle into your comfortable tour bus seat as you head out to experience the best of Sydney.
Located on the lower North Shore, Milsons Point is a scenic suburb and home to some of Sydney’s most exclusive homes, schools, cafes, restaurants and boutique stores. Many of the buildings within Milsons Point have been historically preserved from as early as the 1800s, making the sweeping views of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour even more interesting.
Named after the first Indigenous person to live amongst the European settlers, Arabanoo Lookout’s fascinating history and stunning views make this place well worth the visit. Scenery includes views over the Pacific Ocean to the North and South Head and occasionally, you’ll spot a whale!
Famous Manly Beach is the perfect place to relax and take in the sights of the ocean and Manly’s foreshore. After strolling through the golden sand and getting your toes wet in the surf, why not treat yourself to a delicious morning tea at one of the local cafés (own expense)?
Once home to the Indigenous Gadigal people, The Rocks was then claimed by the Europeans in 1788 and much of the original layout still remains. This vibrant spot is situated at the base of the Harbour Bridge and is full of world-class restaurants, historical pubs, boutique stores and art galleries. You’ll be able to explore this region and marvel at the historical buildings.
Sydney’s iconic Harbour Bridge connects the north shore to the southern shore. The colloquially named ‘coat hanger’ was opened in 1932 and is the world’s largest steel arch bridge. This integral Sydney landmark is one of the city’s most photographed attractions and you too can grab a winning shot from your vantage point at The Rocks.
A city just isn’t a city without a Chinatown and Sydney’s Chinatown is one of the best. Situated right in the heart of the city, Chinatown is a lively hive of activity with restaurants, street food stalls, noodle bars, Asian produce stores and bargain markets lining the beautifully decorated avenue. You’ll feel like you’re actually in China while you explore this amazing place!
Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair
Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair is actually a sandstone platform with a hand-crafted bench hewn from it, carved by convicts in 1810. The name of this picturesque location – as well as Mrs. Macquarie’s Point – was derived from the fact that the wife of the then NSW Governor favoured this spot for its spectacular views. You’ll visit here and see what all the fuss is about.
The Gap is located at the entrance of Sydney Harbour and is a majestic cliff that overlooks the eastern coast. You’ll want to ensure you’ve brought your camera, because views of the coastline are spectacular from here!
Sydney’s Bondi beach isn’t just a popular location, it’s an institution of the Aussie lifestyle! This bustling beach is one of the most famous beaches on the planet and it’s not difficult to see why – the golden sand and cool, clear surf will enchant you almost immediately. Enjoy afternoon tea (own expense) at one of the many cafés lining the shore.
You also have the option of upgrading your tour with a Sydney Harbour luncheon cruise, featuring a scrumptious buffet lunch and commentary. After your cruise, you’ll be escorted to your coach tour.
After your tour, you’ll be returned to the Star Coach Terminal or your Sydney hotel at around 5:45pm approx.
Morning and Afternoon Teas and Lunch can be purchased during the day at your own expense, or the Add-on luncheon cruise can be added in the booking form.
8:15 AM Daily
Selected hotel pick-ups are available.
Please visit this link for tentative pick up information.
Please note that reconfirmation is still required prior to departure as per your travel documentation. The coach will not attend a location unless a pick-up is prearranged. Please note the times listed are approximate and ALL bookings MUST be reconfirmed with operator the day before departure.
The coach will not attend a location unless a pick-up is prearranged. Please note the times listed are approximate and ALL bookings MUST be reconfirmed with operator the day before departure.
Camera, Sunscreen, Hat.
Children under 24months (2yrs) of age, are classified as infants, and travel free of charge whilst being nursed.
All children over the age of 24 months must occupy a seat.
Child prices apply to children between the ages of 2 and 15 years inclusive.
Pensioner Fares apply to Australian and New Zealand Pension Card holders, Australian Senior Card holders, and full-time Australian Students.
Sydney, Bondi Beach, Darling Harbour, The Rocks and Double Bay
Captain Cook Buffet Lunch Cruise
Adults: $86.00 | Children: $55.00 | Pensioners: $86.00
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