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Sydney Highlights Half Day Tour Private Tour

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    What to Expect
    After being picked from your Sydney accommodation head straight to The Rocks to explore the birthplace of European settlement. Sitting right below The Sydney Harbour Bridge you will learn about Australia’s colourful convict past before heading into Sydney's CBD. Here you will explore all of the must see sights and landmarks including an array of prominent government buildings on Macquarie St, as well as the Queen Victoria Building and Town Hall Building. We will also explore the green spaces to the east of the city which includes Hyde Park, Sydney’s Botanic Gardens and Mrs Macquaries Point. There will be plenty of superb photo opportunities before heading out through Paddington to Watsons Bay and world famous Bondi Beach. Enjoy a coastal walk at The Gap” taking in the beauty of these huge sandstones cliff at the entrance to Sydney Harbour. Finish the tour by dipping your toes in the water at world famous Bondi Beach , enjoying it like the locals do with coffee and ice cream.  Return to Sydney travelling through the afflunet Eastern Suburbs home to the cities rich and famous.
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    • Cloud 9 Tours
    • Duration: 4h
    • Mobile Ticket Accepted
    • Instant confirmation
    • Hotel Pickup
    • Languages Offered: English
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