Tour ID: 10063583
This is a food lovers tour! Not only will we show you where the best food & drink is, but you get to taste it as well! This is not just a tour on the history of Australian Cuisine but also on the early beginnings of Sydney. The hidden laneways and history will surprise you!
This 4 hour historical and culinary tour of Sydney CBD will unearth many surprises for you. It is morning, and only fitting that our first stop is a tea stop housed in a beautiful old building.
Australia is fortunate to have some of the best fresh produce in the world resulting in wonderful diverse cuisines. You get to taste both Modern Australian & European Cuisine as well as Australian Wines. If you are a coffee or chocolate lover, we have that covered as well!
There is more, you get to sample some of the best bread Sydney has to offer as well as
meats, pasta, dumplings and beers.
Exploring heritage buildings and laneways where some of Sydney’s best drinking spots are, is such a lot of fun!
Your private guide will teach you about Australia’s first settlers and the immigrants that shaped the city as you escape the crowds heading down the laneways of the city.
Visit the historical sites many tourists don’t get the chance to visit and discover the history behind the iconic bush tucker, Billy Tea and the popular folk song ‘Waltzing Matilda’
Your tour will end on George Street, close to Circular Quay.
Port pickup and drop-off
10:00 AM Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
Location: Meet at Sydney Town Hall, 483 George St, Sydney NSW 2000
Our guide will be standing outside the building on the steps.
Departure time : 10:00 a.m
Duration: 4 hours
Dress Code : Please wear comfortable walking shoes and bring your camera! And an umbrella just in case!
Please advise of any dietary requirements.
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