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Sydney The Rocks Guided Walking Tour
$22.91 per adult
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Convicts and The Rocks: Sydney's Walking Tour Led by Historian
$26.13 per adult
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Taste of Sydney - Barangaroo and the Rocks
$112.23 per adult
The Rocks Ghost Tours with Guide in Sydney
$32.65 per adult
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Story of Sydney Tour
$107.39 per adult
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The Rocks Pub Walking Tour
$68.94 per adult
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Sydney The Rocks Historical Pub Tour with Drinks and Dinner
$90.70 per adult
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Sydney Bike Tours
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Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
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Buccaneer Explorer
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Buccaneer Explorer

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Horizontal Waterfalls described by David Attenborough as ‘the 8th Natural Wonder of the World.’<br><br>Buccaneer Archipelago, home to 1,000 islands made of Precambrian sandstone over 2 billion years old.<br><br>Koolan and Cockatoo Island, home to the world's richest iron ore deposits.<br><br>Explore Kooljaman at Cape Leveque with refreshments and a swim. Home of the Bardi Jawi people, one of the only sea faring Aboriginal tribes in Australia.<br><br>Coastal return flight along the bays and beaches of the Dampier Peninsula with views of Beagle Bay, James<br><br>Price Point, Willie Creek Pearl Farm and Broome's world-famous Cable Beach.<br><br>Breakfast/Lunch or Morning/Afternoon tea provided depending on tour departure times.<br><br>*The Horizontal Waterfalls is a natural phenomenon which is tide dependent with variable flow. Whilst we do our very best to arrive at a time of optimum flow, we cannot guarantee the amount or level of water flowing through the Horizontal Waterfalls at any given time.<br>*prices at minimum 4 passengers
$458.21 per adult
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Teresa C wrote a review Oct 2020
Metro Manila, Philippines1,024 contributions178 helpful votes
Once holding bonded warehouses and a place where convicts worked, this is an historical part of Sydney. Worth a walk around.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Alison S wrote a review Oct 2020
Sydney, Australia1,864 contributions124 helpful votes
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Walking through The Rocks district of Sydney, both before and after Sunset was marvellous. Having been local, in the suburbs since COVID-19 began, it was a most welcome surprise to find The Rocks looking great. People gathered, after work, and socialised, but distancing was practised. Not nearly as busy as before COVID, but most pleasurable. Atmosphere was great. Walking back, after dark was spectacular with the lights!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Gasman wrote a review Oct 2020
Wauchope, Australia35 contributions21 helpful votes
The Rocks area was clean and a buzz of activity Our family felt safe day and night There was a lot too see with our limited time Great mix of food, history and culture Sydney at its best
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Date of experience: October 2020
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jeffryb wrote a review Oct 2020
Keysborough, Australia371 contributions38 helpful votes
The Rocks are little changed in over 200 years. The streets are narrow and the buildings are small. The pubs host those -- mainly locals - who are seeking a beer. Fortunately, the Rocks have largely escaped development. The Rocks are still higgledy- piggldy. The Rocks were where the first Englishmen came ashore. over two centuries ago.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Jeffry b wrote a review Oct 2020
Essendon, Australia5,989 contributions1,309 helpful votes
The Rocks is the oldest surviving settlement in Australia. Some 40 years ago it was a rough sort of place. It's gone up-market to an extent; it's still a good place for a beer, but it's still known as the place where the first British exiles stepped ashore
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Date of experience: October 2020
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