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City Tours / English

Sydney has so much on offer: Colonial history, Aboriginal culture, beaches, bush, animals, architecture, sports and lots more. Below you find a selection of our city tours. Also  have a look at our excursions into the Sydney surroundings, or our extra ideas: building blocks that we can use to build your own personalised tour.

 Rocks Tour

Sydney 1788. Captain Arthur Phillip reaches Sydney with the First Fleet. 1350 convicts, seamen and settlers arrived at their new home. Sydney Cove and The Rocks bear witness of the beginnings of this new penal settlement. We take you through small alleys passed old buildings. Listen to stories of early life and survival of this young city, the habits of seamen, merchants and settlers. But time did not stand still. The present is felt at the Rocks Markets, museums and galleries, concerts, festivals, restaurants and pubs. They  all entertain for many hours. Look forward to Sydney Incognita - the unknown Sydney - at The Rocks.

    Duration: 2 hours
    Price p.p.: from $49,- (adults), from $25 (children 3-12 years).
    Requirements: good walking shoes, sun and rain protection
    Route: stairs, steps, walkways 
    Tour: daily, not weather dependent

 Sydney Highlights

City walk including the most famous sites in Sydney. We visit The Rocks, Circular Quay, Queen Victoria Building, St. James Church (outside), Hyde Park Barracks (outside) and the Botanic Gardens. Hear stories aout the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. 
An eye opening walk through the history of this fabulous Harbour City, changing from a penal colony to a world city. Be amazed at this Sydney Incognita - the unknown Sydney -  City Highlights.

Duration: 3 hours
Price p.p.: from $69,- (adults), from $39 (children 3-12 years).
Requirements: good walking shoes, sun and rain protection, water recommended
        Route: stairs, steps, walkways    
                                                              Tour: daily, not weather dependent

 Watsons Bay and South Head

When Captain Phillip entered Botany Bay in January 1788, he could not find sufficient food and water resources. He sailed up the coast and found the entrance, now called "The Gap", to the harbour, described by Captain Cook in 1770 and happily admitted to have found "the 
finest harbour in the world". He stayed at Camp Cove for 5 days before heading further into the harbour and into Sydney Cove. Camp Cove, Watsons Bay and South Head offer stunning views of the city, the harbour and the coastline. Once a small fishing village, Watsons Bay
quickly became the home of seamen and fishermen. Remnants of harbour defences, lighthouses and shipwrecks bear witness of the rough past of this part of Sydney. Enjoy a ferry trip from Circular Quay to Watsons Bay. We then walk along the coastline and take in the history, stories and views. If you love eating fish, you might want to stay for lunch at  Doyles Restaurant at Watsons Bay, Sydney's most famous fish restaurant (optional).

Duration: ca. 3 1/2 - 4 hours (without lunch)
Price p.p. (without lunch): from $99,- (adult), from $69 (children 3-12 Jahre)
Please note: this is an exposed coastal walk with rocky surfaces. We recommend it for children older than 8 years.
Requirements: good walking shoes, sun and rain protection, water
Route: Ferry Circular Quay - Watsons Bay - Circular Quay (included), stairs, steps, walkways
Option: Lunch at Doyles Restaurant (own expense)
Tour: daily, morning departure, weather dependent
Minimum: 2, Maximum 10 people 
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