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Panorama of Sydney Opera House and Harbour
Things to do in Sydney - Top 10 Sydney tourist attractions and places to visit in Sydney
Sydney Opera HouseSydney 30 min Helicopter Flight
Fly over the beautiful Sydney Harbour by helicopter for a bird's-eye view of Sydney. Your tour will start by visiting Sydney's best locations with a tour guide and then a helicopter ride for approximately 30 minutes at about a 1000 feet. Your pilot will point out the main attractions of Sydney and you'll have the best vantage point of Sydney and its sparkling blue harbour. We offer choices of either a 3 or 4 seater helicopter. The cost for this tour is $250 p/p 30 min flight and we highly recommend combining it with the 6 hours private guided Sydney tour
Sydney Opera HouseSydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is situated on the Sydney Harbour at Bennelong Point and is considered by many to be one of the wonders of the modern world. Designed by Jørn Utzon and constructed under some controversy, it opened in October 1973. The Opera House is one of Sydney's most popular icons with tourists and travelers from around the world visiting, photographing and standing in awe of the cultural center of Sydney. The building's interior is not as impressionable as its exterior because it was not Utzon's work for those interested though, there is a 1 hour opera house guided tour available $37 AUD. However, we suggest that you try the Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs) instead and see the Opera from the best lookouts during the tour. Keep in mind that in 2023 (50 anniversary) there will be a completely renovated interior design which will be built according to Utzon's ideas and design.
Sydney Harbour BridgeSydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge was built in 1932 and is an arch bridge made from steel that goes across the Sydney Harbour. The bridge carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore. The bridge is 134 m high and is the highest arch bridge in the world. You can also clime the Sydney Bridge which costs $248 - $270 AUD and takes about 2 hours. For the clime, you are obliged to wear a safety uniform, and at all times must remain attached by a chain to all other members of your group. We visit one of the bridge towers for $13 AUD ,which is a 30 meters lower arch, during our Sydney Private Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs) We suggest to spend the same amount of money for more exciting entertainment - helicopters 30 min flight over Sydney and the Bridge $250 p/p

Sydney TowerSydney Tower / Sydney Tower Eye / 360 Bar / STB
The Sydney Tower is Sydney's tallest free-standing structure, the tower stands at 309 m (1,014 ft) above the Sydney CBD. It is located on Market Street, between Pitt and Castlereagh Streets. There are four sections of the tower that are open to public, three being occupied by Sydney Tower Dining. "360 Bar and Dining" (360) is a revolving restaurant space that offers some of the most spectacular sights of Sydney. On the second level is the Sydney Tower Buffet (STB) which is a contemporary self-select restaurant that has banquet-style dining, with about 40 dishes on offer. The Sydney Tower Eye takes you to the highest point above Sydney for breathtaking 360 degree views of the beautiful harbour city from the golden beaches to the distant Blue Mountains, you'll be amazed by the views. Your ticket includes the 4D cinema experience - uncover a new dimension in Sydney with the brand new 4D cinema experience, the first one produced in Australia! (Can be visited during private Sydney tour)
The Rocks SydneyThe Rocks
The Rocks is one of the most-visited parts of Sydney, nestled at the foot of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and on the western shores of Sydney Cove. The Rocks is the foundation place of Sydney and Australia, and of enormous historical significance and is often described as "Sydney's outdoors museum". The Rocks is the oldest area of Sydney and has recently undergone an amazing metamorphosis, the old district has been transformed into a vibrant pocket of cafes and restaurants, interesting tourist shops and stalls. This has been achieved without destroying the area's Old World charm and historic buildings. Most of the activities in this area center around walking, sightseeing and eating. The Rocks is Sydney's oldest preserved colonial district so the main emphasis is on the historical importance of the area. The Sydney Visitor center, Corner, Argyle and Playfair Streets, The Rocks. We visit The Rocks during the Sydney Private Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs)
Sydney Aquarium - Darling HarbourSydney Aquarium - Darling Harbour
Sydney Aquarium boasts the world’s largest collection of all-Australian aquatic life featuring a number of habitats, 60 tanks and three oceanariums set in the heart of Sydney on Darling Harbour. Sydney Aquarium showcases more than 12,000 aquatic animals from 650 species, in spectacular habitat displays. Go on a journey to the Southern rivers, home of the shy platypus and one of the world's largest freshwater fish, the Murray cod. Take a trip to the vast southern oceans and see the fascinating little penguins, seahorses, sharks and stingrays. Get up close to sharks in a glass-bottomed boat. Visit the Mermaid Lagoon, featuring two of only six dugongs on display anywhere in the world. Then finish with a mesmerising journey alongside the colorful species that live on and around the Great Barrier Reef in the northern oceans. (Can be visited during private sydney tour)
Sydney Fish MarketSydney Fish Market
The Sydney Fish Market (SFM) offers visitors and Sydneysiders the opportunity to experience an authentic working fish market. It is the largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and the world's second largest seafood market in terms of variety outside of Japan. Retailers at SFM offer a wide variety of fresh seafood and much more. Unfortunately, due to its enormous popularity among tourists, the quality of its cooked foods has declined in the past years. We have compiled a list of some of Sydney's best seafood restaurants all varying in price. Retail from 7am to 4pm (daily). We are able to visit The Fish Market during Sydney Private Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs  on demand.
Sydney Royal Botanic GardensSydney Royal Botanic Gardens
The Royal Botanic Gardens, which are just a short walk around the water's edge from the Sydney Opera House, is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful settings you will see anywhere. With gardens filling an area of land between the harbour and the eastern part of the central business district. There are large trees with a wonderful shade canvas and this makes it the best spot imaginable to stop and have lunch - sitting on the grass and taking in the harbour views. The gardens are an excellent place to escape the noise of the city and are situated quite close to some of the major city hotels around Hyde Park. They open daily at 6.30am and close at sunset. Entry to the gardens is free and we visit the Garden during the Sydney Private Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs)
Sydney The GapSydney "The Gap"
The Gap is the dip in the sandstone cliffs at South Head, below which extends a wave cut shelf and is adjacent to Watsons Bay. Since the beginning of the European settlement, The Gap has been a major destination for tourists providing an easy access to ocean views and amazing sights of the Sydney Harbour. In 1857 the sailing ship Dunbar carrying 63 passengers and 59 crew crashed into the rocky cliff at the foot of The Gap. Dunbar, captained by James Green, left England on 31 May 1857 and arrived off Botany Bay shortly after dark on 20 August 1857. The weather was stormy, with a strong wind and in poor visibility, Captain Green misjudged the entrance to the harbour and the Dunbar crashed into the rocky cliff at the foot of The Gap, causing the ship's topmasts to snap and the ship to turn broadside on pounding her asunder against the rocks. Only one man survived, a young sailor named James Johnson, who clung to a rocky ledge below the Gap for 36 hour. We visit "The Gap" during the Sydney Private Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs)
Vaucluse HouseVaucluse House
Vaucluse House is a rare piece of architecture from the 19th century harbourside estate. It retains most of its domestic offices and kitchen, stables and outbuildings and is still surrounded by 26 acres (ten hectares) of gardens and grounds. The original cottage was built by an Irish convict, Henry Browne Hayes in 1805 and expanded by William Charles Wentworth. The extensive gardens and grounds have been restored to their 19th century character. The 26 acre estate includes a pleasure garden, kitchen garden, paddocks, bushland and beach frontage. Today, the Vaucluse House is one of the few 19th century houses on Sydney Harbour retaining a significant part of its original setting and much of the character of a gentleman's house in the early colonial period. It became a large Gothic-style residence surrounded by a 19th century garden and outhouses, and is now a house museum run by the Historic Houses Trust. We visit Vaucluse House during Sydney Private Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs)
Bondi Beach SydneyBondi Beach Sydney
In the summer season Bondi is a thriving cosmopolitan center for sun, surf and fun. The beach is part of a large moon shaped bay of white sands and breaking surf. It is fringed by parks and apartments that overlook the blue waters. Spanning the length of the beach, and across busy Campbell Parade, is a string of eateries, shops, hotels and tourist outlets for the souvenir hunter which bustles with activity most of the time. Set immediately behind the shops are apartments and accommodations for both the short or long term visitor. The word Bondi may sound peculiar to many, however the name Bondi is derived from an aboriginal word that means ‘surf’. The surfing conditions can differ from calm quiet waves to very big surfable ones, all varying from one day to the other. We visit Bondi Beach during the Sydney Private Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs)
Aboriginal Engravings in Ku-ring-gai Chase ParkKings Cross
King's Cross has for a long time been known to most Australians as the drug and red light capital of Australia. Most Australians who visit Sydney at one time or another have wandered through the Cross, if only for a look at how the "other half" live and play. In recent years, however, this sleazy pocket of Sydney has started to evolve, albeit ever so slowly, into a richly vibrant part of the city. The strip clubs, topless waitresses, adult bookshops and tacky nightclubs are still there, but small, trendy cafes have sprung up on the fringes of the Cross that are attracting a different type of visitor. The Cross is the most sleazy at night, when the bright lights come on and the action hots up. During the day it can look a lot less threatening, we visit Kings Cross during the Sydney Private Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs)
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