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North Sydney and Central Coast Private Guided Day Tour

Be inspired and excited to experience the diversity and secrets of this beautiful harbour city from all aspects, visit many interesting places which are very hard to get by public transport. Location of Sydney is very unique because Sydney Harbour divides city on two totally different in many aspects areas. The North Coast (it is called as Central Coast) is totally different from West or South - different landscape, nature, attractions. We strongly recommend tourists to take the tour to explore the mystical beauty of the Central Coast. It is truly a "private tour" because they keep out of crowded sites.

Itinerary: All itineraries can be changed, you could add or skip any of attraction.

• Pick-ups from convenient City locations or many City hotels.

• Drive across the Sydney Harbour Bridge

• Visiting lookout on the north side of the harbour

• Traveling north through the picturesque highway.

• Visiting Reptile Park (entrance fee) where you can see native Australian animals and shows. Only here you could see platypus, snakes and giant turtles older 170 years!  YOU WILL GET PRIVATE PHOTO SESSION WITH KOALAS (free bonus from company)

• Stop at picturesque Somersby waterfall not far from the park

Alternative option for extra $100: Kangaroo Feeding AND / OR Pelican Feeding

• Big numbers of wild kangaroos living near one of the Central Coast town Morriset. We take some apples or bananas with you and you will love hand feeding the many kangaroos that will just come right up to the car door looking for something to eat. The kangaroos might be friendly, but remember they are still wild animals and must be treated with care. 

• Pelican Feeding is the Central Coast's most popular tourist attraction and operates 3.30pm daily, 365 days a year come rain, hail or shine. The pelican feeding attracts tens of thousands of families back to The Entrance where they get an entertaining and educated commentary about the pelicans, bird and marine life and general information about the area. Just over twenty years ago, the pelican feeding started by accident when staff from a local fish and chip shop would throw out scraps. It became such a ritual that whenever the staff were late in throwing their scraps out, the pelicans would cross the road and come up to the shop to be fed. One of the main objectives of the pelican feed is to keep an eye on the pelican's medical conditions as many have hooks and lines tangles up in their gullets, wings and other parts of their body. The feed is a chance for the co-ordinator to assess their well being. It's certainly an amusing show to come and see.

• Driving towards Woy Woy and stop at Bulgandry aboriginal engravings site

• Stop at lookout with view at Gosford area

• Driving back to Sydney via Northern Beaches to Manly area

• Strolling through the central streets of Manly

• Stop at the shop of authentic Aboriginal Art and souvenirs where you could buy real Aboriginal boomerang (optional)

• Have a lunch in one of the best Manly seafood cafe and you could try grilled Sword fish, Tuna, Crocodile, Kangaroo

• Visiting the North Head park and the cliff of 100 meters height and breathtaking view at Sydney Harbour

• Visiting lookout with a spectacular view of Sydney Harbour

• Driving back to your hotel in Sydney CBD via luxury Mosman

Duration: 9 hours

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For extra $50 AUD (including 80 km of extra driving) we stop at the secret place where you could have 99% probability feed and pat  wild kangaroos!
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