"Whether you're soaking up Bondi Beach, sailing to Manly, admiring the Blue Mountains, or getting up close to our cutest creatures, everyone falls in love with sunny Sydney."
Visit Bondi Beach
The world-famous Bondi Beach is one of the most amazing places to visit in Sydney, with its soft white sands and incredible surf. Dip your toes in the ocean, rub shoulders with the bronzed locals in the boutiques, bars and cafés, follow the clifftop boardwalk to Australia’s oldest lighthouse, and meet a local surf lifesaver on our exclusive tour of Bondi.
Enjoy a private guided tour of the Sydney Opera House
You’ll get intimate access to one of Australia’s most iconic buildings when you join your local Sydney travel guide for a private tour of the Sydney Opera House. Step under the sails of their architectural marvel, go behind-the-scenes of the Drama Theatre, the Playhouse and the magnificent Concert Hall, and take in the gorgeous views over the Sydney Harbour.
See the iconic sights of the Sydney Harbour
You’ll get a first-row seat to Sydney’s star attractions when we take you on a cruise of Sydney Harbor. Sail past the Opera House, glide under the Harbour Bridge, affectionately known as The Coathanger, and cruise by leafy parks and waterfront mansions. With the wind in your hair and the sun on your face, this is the ultimate way to experience Sydney Harbor.
Ascend the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge
You’ve sailed under it, driven over it… Now you get to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge! Our Sydney trips give you the chance to tick the famous bridge climb off your bucket list, and you’ll really get your adrenaline racing as you climb up and over the bridge, with spectacular views over the city including Darling Harbour, Sydney Opera House and Bondi Beach.
Take an Optional Experience to the Blue Mountains
You may have seen the eucalypt haze looming in the distance, and we’ll give you the chance to see the Blue Mountains up close. Prepare yourself for a real pinch-me moment as you set eyes on the rugged forests, steep cliffs, plunging valleys, and the famous Three Sisters rock formation. You can even ride the world’s steepest incline railway for a truly unforgettable day.
Our top 5 things to do in Sydney
As your personal Sydney trip planner, we’re in the know on all the top Sydney attractions, from the best beaches to the stunning Blue Mountains.
Hyde Park Barracks
Australia’s early colonial history comes alive at the UNESCO-listed Hyde Park Barracks, set in the heart of Sydney. Originally built as convict barracks, this site has also been used as a hospital, courthouse, mint and government office. Today it’s an incredible museum and you can wander through the immersive displays that tell the tales of Australia.
Discover Sydney’s incredible immigrant history at Susannah Place, four heritage-listed houses built by Irish immigrants in 1884. These tiny cottages were home to more than 100 families for nearly 150 years, and today it’s a historic museum in the heart of The Rocks, where you can learn what life was like for the people who called this neighbourhood home.
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Set in Sydney’s Circular Quay, this incredible contemporary art museum is housed in a grand Art Deco building and features over 4,000 works by leading Australian artists. Wander the halls filled with paintings, sculptures, photographs, moving images, along with fantastic exhibits of works by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
Best museums in Sydney
Our Sydney tours will let you in on some of the best museums in the city, from impressive art galleries to heritage-listed buildings that tell the story of Sydney.
Fish & Chips
What would a Sydney trip be without some classic fish and chips? We’ll show you where to go to find the very best in the city, with fresh local fish and crispy golden chips dipped in vinegar, gravy, or the local favourite, tommy sauce. There’s nothing quite like tucking into your paper-wrapped fish and chips by the beach… Just watch out for seagulls!
It doesn’t get more Aussie than the chicken parma, and you’ve got to try this delicious meal in a Sydney pub or restaurant. As you bite into the crispy crumbed chicken schnitzel, smothered in rich tomato sauce, mozzarella and basil, paired with golden french fries (chips, to the locals) or a fresh salad, you’ll quickly fall in love with Australian ‘pub grub’.
The Snow Egg
This dreamy dessert of meringue, summer fruit and whipped cream is an Australian icon, and you can try the country’s most picturesque pavlova at Bennelong, the Sydney Opera House restaurant. Made to look like the sails of the Opera House, and created by Peter Gilmore of The Snow Egg fame, this is one pavlova that’s almost too pretty to eat.
Best food in Sydney
Sydney is packed with mouthwatering foodie experiences, and our Sydney holiday packages will take you from harbour lunch cruises to famous candy stores.
What to pack for Sydney
The sun Down Under is notoriously harsh and Sydney is especially sunny, so pack your sunscreen, sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat to stay protected.
Australian dollars is the national currency of Australia, and it’s best to prepare for your Sydney tour by bringing some local cash.
Camera & extra SD card
Sydney is absolutely packed with beautiful scenery and legendary attractions, so bring an extra SD card for all those bucket-list snaps.
From Bondi to Manly, there are plenty of chances to take a dip in the ocean or a lush pool in Sydney. Bring your favourite swimsuit and dive in!
Room in your suitcase
Whether you fall in love with Tim Tams or Vegemite, you’re sure to bring home some uniquely Australian souvenirs, so make sure you leave room in your luggage.