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Private Tour: See Sydney Like a Local

Private Tour: See Sydney Like a Local - Sydney, Australia
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Duration: Varies
Location: Sydney, Australia

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$203.09

For a private tour of Sydney with a difference, travel around the harbour city in an Australian vintage car, a 1964 EH Holden, and see the off-the-beaten-path parts of Sydney that locals love to visit. Led by a local guide who’ll show you Sydney’s city, beach and bushland highlights, you’ll take a guided walk around the harbour, hear insider tips and tales, and take home memories of Sydney you’ll keep forever.

Your private tour begins when you’re picked up from your hotel in a classic 1964 EH Holden -- it’s the Australian version of being chauffeured in a vintage Cadillac!

Your private guide will then take you on a drive through central Sydney, to take a walk through the city’s indigenous enclave, Redfern ... More info ›

For a private tour of Sydney with a difference, travel around the harbour city in an Australian vintage car, a 1964 EH Holden, and see the off-the-beaten-path parts of Sydney that locals love to visit. Led by a local guide who’ll show you Sydney’s city, beach and bushland highlights, you’ll take a guided walk around the harbour, hear insider tips and tales, and take home memories of Sydney you’ll keep forever.

Your private tour begins when you’re picked up from your hotel in a classic 1964 EH Holden -- it’s the Australian version of being chauffeured in a vintage Cadillac!

Your private guide will then take you on a drive through central Sydney, to take a walk through the city’s indigenous enclave, Redfern. Here you’ll gain insights into Sydney’s Aboriginal population, and visit an inner-city terrace, built in 1876. You’ll also see examples of Sydney’s contemporary art in this bohemian part of the city.

Then head to the beach to experience Sydney’s relaxed surfer lifestyle, and take a walk along the sand on Waverley’s rugged coastline. The photo opportunities keep coming when your local guide reveals a secret location for the best views combining Sydney’s city, beach and bush, where exclusive homes nestle beside the harbor.

Touring Sydney in a restored 1964 EH Holden is a unique way to get around, allowing you to see the city from a local’s viewpoint. Your passionate Sydneysider guide also takes you beneath the surface of Sydney’s colonial and indigenous history to reveal a secret, local side to the city that most visitors never experience.

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You have a choice of two different Sydney tours. The half-day and full-day Sydney tour include the above sites and activities.

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Private Hunter Valley Wine-Tasting Day Tour from Sydney

Private Hunter Valley Wine-Tasting Day Tour from Sydney - Sydney, Australia
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Sydney, Australia

From USD
$521.76

Enjoy a private Hunter Valley wine tour from Sydney, exclusively for your group of 1-7 guests. Enjoy wine tasting at up to 4 boutique wineries plus an optional stop to taste cheese before enjoying a delicious lunch ... More info ›

Enjoy a private Hunter Valley wine tour from Sydney, exclusively for your group of 1-7 guests. Enjoy wine tasting at up to 4 boutique wineries plus an optional stop to taste cheese before enjoying a delicious lunch. Visit boutique wineries, offering a range of grape varieties and wine styles, plus optional stops at a micro-brewery for craft beer or distillery to sample vodka, gin and liqueurs. Travel by a spacious and luxurious Mercedes people-mover.

Your tour focuses on visiting smaller, more boutique wineries in the Hunter Valley offering low production but high-quality wines not widely available outside the region. You will have the opportunity to try a wide range of grape varieties, including semillon – the variety for which the Hunter Valley is best known – chardonnay, verdelho, shiraz and a number of others.

Departing from your Sydney CBD hotel at approximately 7:45am, you will cross Sydney Harbour Bridge and travel through the northern suburbs of the city towards the Hunter Valley. For the last 30 minutes of the journey, you will travel on a picturesque country road through rural towns and villages.

You will arrive at the first winery at approximately 10:15am for your introduction to Hunter Valley wine, which will include the grape varieties typical of the region.

In the central Pokolbin area, you can choose to stop at a cheese shop where most of the cheese is made locally, and by hand - it’s true artisan local product. There are also a number of other products to sample such as jams, pickles and tapenade. Feel free to order a small sample plate with four to five cheeses (at own expense).

Stay in the central area for the second winery visit, where you can enjoy more of the Hunter Valley's excellent wines through a tasting.

Stop for lunch at the Hunter Valley Gardens complex where you can choose from a number of different eateries (at own expense). There are three cafes offering pies, burgers, mixed platters and other typical Australian food. If you prefer a more formal restaurant, you can dine at The Cellar Restaurant. The Cellar is an established dining venue in the Valley, known for its modern Australian and Mediterranean-inspired cuisine, along with a highly regarded wine list. (A la carte and package lunch options available at The Cellar, closed Sundays, alternatives available.)

After lunch, you will head to your third winery for a tasting. For the final stop, guests can choose between a fourth winery, a micro-brewery where you can enjoy a beer tasting (at own expense), or a distillery for vodka and other spirits (at own expense).

Departing the Hunter Valley at approximately 3:45pm, you return to Sydney CBD at approximately 6:15pm.

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Private NSW South Coast Day Trip from Sydney

Private NSW South Coast Day Trip from Sydney - Sydney, Australia
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Sydney, Australia

From USD
$521.76

Travel along scenic coastal and country roads - including the Grand Pacific Drive and Sea Cliff Bridge - for incredible views of the ocean and the lush hilly countryside for which the region is famous. Visit typical Australian beach side towns and villages for an insight into regional communities past and present ... More info ›

Travel along scenic coastal and country roads - including the Grand Pacific Drive and Sea Cliff Bridge - for incredible views of the ocean and the lush hilly countryside for which the region is famous. Visit typical Australian beach side towns and villages for an insight into regional communities past and present. Optional activities include swimming and coastal walks.

Departing from Sydney CBD at 7:45am, this tour first travels through the city's southern suburbs and then along a section of the renowned Grand Pacific Drive, one of Australia’s great coastal drives. Here, stop at a clifftop viewpoint (and popular parasailing and hang gliding launch point) for views of the coastline and the Illawarra Escarpment, which dominates the landscape of the region. Pass through typical Australian beach side communities, with time for you to dip your toes in the water or take a quick swim. Drive, or walk, along the Sea Cliff Bridge, a stretch of the coast road jutting out from the cliff-side and considered a marvel of modern engineering.

Next, veer inland slightly and pass through an agricultural region – famed for its green rolling hills and dairy industry – on your way to Kiama, one of the South Coast’s most pleasant coastal towns. Stop at a headland to take in the town and coastline and view the famed Blowhole, where, when the conditions are right, the sea surges up through a gap in the dark volcanic rock. Stay in Kiama for lunch (at own expense). The town has a range of eateries to suit most tastes and budgets. You can also take a stroll along the main streets, which feature heritage buildings and craft shops.

Leave Kiama and make your final stop in the town of Wollongong, the region’s commercial and industrial center. Although known for its steel industry, Wollongong draws visitors to its appealing waterfront precinct, the “Blue Mile”. Enjoyed by locals and tourists alike, at the headland cannon batteries reflect the importance of the town in years past, and the steel plant can be viewed sitting incongruously along the sandy coastline. Further along, the peaceful harbor – with its two lighthouses, tranquil beach and cafes – is a popular place for rest and relaxation. From here, make the return journey to Sydney, arriving back around 4:45pm.

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Private Day Trip From Sydney: Blue Mountains In A Day

Private Day Trip From Sydney: Blue Mountains In A Day - Sydney, Australia
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Duration: 10 hours
Location: Sydney, Australia

From USD
$521.76

Private Blue Mountains tours from Sydney, exclusively for your group of 1-7 guests. Visit cliff-top lookouts for stunning views of the mountains, including some of the quieter spots ... More info ›

Private Blue Mountains tours from Sydney, exclusively for your group of 1-7 guests. Visit cliff-top lookouts for stunning views of the mountains, including some of the quieter spots. Choose to take a scenic walk suited to your ability, or experience the train and cablecar attractions at Scenic World. This tour also includes an optional visit to a wildlife park in the west of Sydney, where you can get up close to iconic Australian animals. Travel by a spacious and luxurious Mercedes people-mover.

You will be picked up from your accommodation in Sydney CBD at 7:45am. It’s approximately 2-hours to the main sightseeing area in the Blue Mountains and there is often a stop made about halfway in a small village for a coffee break (at own expense).

The first viewpoint stop is in the Wentworth Falls area, where you will see the expansive valleys the Blue Mountains region is known for. From here, it’s a short drive to the Katoomba area, where many of the most well-known viewpoints are located. You have the option to visit Scenic World – with activities including cable cars, a steep train ride into the valley and a boardwalk through a section of rainforest (entrance fee additional - approximately AU$35 per adult). Alternatively, you can take a longer walk along the cliff-top, which offers scenic views and passes Katoomba Falls and Cascades (walking time approx. 45-minutes, medium grade).

After Scenic World or the cliff-top walk, arrive at Echo Point, the most well-known vantage point for views of the famous Three Sisters rock formation. Hear the Aboriginal Dreaming story of their creation and take in the sweeping panorama of the Jamison Valley.

Lunch (at own expense) is in the picturesque neighboring village of Leura, which has a good range of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. Most food requirements can be catered for. Your guide will suggest a suitable venue based on your preferences and make a reservation if required.

After lunch, head down to the western suburbs of Sydney for a visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park (entrance fee applies - $28 per adult). The park’s focus is on Aussie animals. You can get a photo with a koala (at additional cost), feed a kangaroo and discover the unique nature of Australian fauna. 

From here, travel back to the city center. Return to Sydney CBD is by public ferry along the Parramatta River and Sydney Harbour (ticket price included but you make your own way back from the ferry terminal to your hotel), or by road with hotel drop-off. Return time is normally between 5 and 6pm.

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Private Tour: Sydney Highlights In A Day

Private Tour: Sydney Highlights In A Day - Sydney, Australia
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Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
Location: Sydney, Australia

From USD
$393.33

An introductory tour of Sydney, visiting some of the main sites of the city. This tour is exclusively for your group of 1-7 guests. Pass through the historic Rocks area, where European settlement began ... More info ›

An introductory tour of Sydney, visiting some of the main sites of the city. This tour is exclusively for your group of 1-7 guests. Pass through the historic Rocks area, where European settlement began. Take in spectacular views of Sydney Harbour from a number of vantage points which offer great views of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Travel through trendy suburban neighborhoods and stop at famous beachside areas including Bondi and Manly. Travel by a spacious and luxurious Mercedes people-mover.

You will be picked up from your Sydney CBD hotel at 7.45am. The tour starts with a drive through The Rocks, the area where European settlement in Australia truly began. Here, you can see some of the nineteenth century streets and buildings where Sydney’s first European settlers lived and worked.

Pass through some other interesting neighborhoods in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, such as trendy Paddington – famed for its leafy streets and Victorian townhouses. Along the way, stop at the popular Mrs Macquarie’s Chair viewpoint to admire the harbour and the city which embraces it.

Heading further out, reach Watsons Bay at the entrance to the harbour. From the sandstone cliffs you can take in the city skyline and the headlands of the harbour entrance.

Next, head to Bondi, Sydney’s most famous beach. Stop for pictures, and perhaps a waterfront stroll before heading back towards the city via Centennial Park.

Travel over Sydney Harbour Bridge and pass through some of the north shore neighborhoods before arriving at Manly, one of Sydney’s most appealing beach-side suburbs. You can take a walk past the shops and eateries of the Corso, a pleasant precinct linking the harbor with Manly’s attractive ocean-side waterfront. At about 12.45pm, you can either be driven back to your hotel or finish the tour in Manly (perhaps stay in the area for lunch) and then make your own way back by public ferry across the harbour (ferry tickets at own expense).

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Private Hunter Valley and Gardens Day Trip from Sydney

Private Hunter Valley and Gardens Day Trip from Sydney - Sydney, Australia

Duration: 11 hours
Location: Sydney, Australia

From USD
$602.03

Explore Hunter Valley and its surrounds in the comfort of a private vehicle on this day trip from Sydney. Hunter Valley is one of Australia's most visited wine regions, home to more than 150 wineries, vineyards, and cellar doors (tasting rooms) ... More info ›

Explore Hunter Valley and its surrounds in the comfort of a private vehicle on this day trip from Sydney. Hunter Valley is one of Australia's most visited wine regions, home to more than 150 wineries, vineyards, and cellar doors (tasting rooms). This relaxing escape from the city includes wine and cheese tastings, a chance to watch chocolate being made at a chocolate factory, and a visit to Hunter Valley Gardens, more than 60 acres of international display gardens through which you can wander. Hotel pickup and drop-off are provided. This tour can be tailored to suit any special interests you have.

After pickup from your Sydney hotel by private luxury sedan, 4WD, or minivan (depending on the size of your party), your Hunter Valley day trip starts with the drive over Sydney Harbour Bridge and along the Central Coast of New South Wales.

Cross the Hawkesbury River before arriving at your first stop, the Australian Reptile Park in Somersby, home to a variety of reptiles like snakes, lizards, and crocodiles, as well as other Australian animals such as kangaroos, cassowaries, and Tasmanian devils. Then head to Hunter Valley Chocolate Company and Fudge Factory in Lovedale, where you can watch the chocolatier and the fudge maker preparing a range of treats for the regional stores.

Next, enjoy time to taste the region's wines. You'll visit some of the 40-year-old estates that have been producing some of the most awarded wines in Hunter Valley and are home to two of the oldest vineyards in the picturesque Mount View region. After wine tasting, enjoy lunch (own expense), and then continue your day trip to Hunter Valley Gardens, nestled in the foothills of the Brokenback Ranges in the heart of the valley vineyards.

Walk around the 60 acres (24 hectares) of international display gardens, soaking up the variety of colors and fragrances. More than 5 miles (8 km) of walking paths are available for you to explore to see the 10 individual gardens that feature a high quality you'll rarely see anywhere else in Australia.

Before returning to Sydney, make a final stop at a cheese factory, where preservative-free cheese is manufactured on site using traditional recipes. Your day trip ends when you arrive back in the city.

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