Sydney Tours & Activities
Sydney Bridgeclimb is one of the most exciting ways to see Sydney. BridgeClimb Sydney lets you climb Australia's most famous landmark, the Sydney Harbour Bridge. On the exhilarating BridgeClimb adventure, where you make your way over 1500 metres of steel. Choose your desired time of day, see the sun come up over Sydney, see sunset over Sydney Harbour or watch the city lights sparkle. Amazing 360 degree views of the Sydney and the harbour. Adventure and sightseeing all in one!
Sydney Harbour is one of the most beautiful harbour's in the world and what better way to see sightsee than by a Sydney Harbour Cruises. Spectacular views of The Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Fort Denison and City Skyline from many different aspects. Sydney has many cruises available due to it's well established and beautiful dockside precincts such as Circular Quay and Darling Harbour.
Make Sydney Harbour your chosen lunch or dinner location. Experience overwater continuously changing views that no waterfront restaurant in Sydney can match. Join one of Sydney's fabulous dining cruises with many options available such as lunch, sunset, dinner and show cruises all on offer. There is something to suit everyone, so go ahead click through and have a look at our selection today!
Sydney is a fantastic city for day tours, as there is just so many attractions to see. Choose from sightseeing tours taking in various regions such as Sydney historical Rocks, Darling Harbour and Sydney Harbour Bridge precinct, the beautiful beaches such as Manly and Bondi Beach and even the best shopping haunts with a shopping tour with the experts. There is also a helpful do it yourself option with the See Sydney and Beyond Smartvisit Card.
Hunter Valley is a two hour drive north west of Sydney. The Hunter Valley is known for its lush green surroundings and first class wineries such as Lindemans Winery. Many homes in the Hunter Valley feature beautiful gardens however you will be amazed by the 25 hectares of internationally acclaimed flora at Hunter Valley Gardens, which includes magnificent topiary trees and the largest rose garden in the Southern Hemisphere.
Blue Mountains is an inspiring mix of rainforest, canyons and tall forests. With magnificent landscapes such as the 3 sisters, Jenolan Caves, Grand Arch, Hanging Rock, Anvil Rock and Twin Falls and spectacular lookout over the Grose Valley. Popular activities in the Blue Mountains include bushwalking, 4WD touring, viewing wildlife such as koalas, kangaroos, parrots and kookaburras, country pubs and shops, scenic railway and Skyway Cable Car and guided caving in the Jenolan Caves.
Port Stephens is a beautiful coastal haven where the country meets the sea. Located 2 and a half hours north of Sydney, Port Stephens makes for a perfect blue water getaway with its miles of white sandy beaches, dolphin and whale watching, sand tobogganing, swimming, snorkel, scuba dive, historical lighthouse and weekly craft markets. For the really adventurous the region even has a local nudist beach.
The best way to see Sydney is from the air. Get a birdseye view as you fly high over the city skyline, beautiful sandy beaches and coves. You can choose from a helicopter scenic flight taking you in close to the Sydney Harbour and its attractions or alternatively head to Camden for a ballooning experience as you float over the historic Macarthur region drifting in whatever direction the breeze may take you.