SYDNEY IN STYLE

SYDNEY IN STYLE 2018-04-13T05:01:27+00:00

Project Description

SYDNEY IN STYLE – Harbour City Sights, stylish route to Bondi – morning or afternoon tea – you’ll wish it were longer

Your private Mercedes van collects you from your hotel, then drives back to 1788 at ‘The Rocks’. Duck under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Visit historic Macquarie Street and the Royal Botanical Gardens. Time to stroll, listen to the Harbour, capture the spectacular vistas. Forget selfies! Your guide will happily snap you.

Onto the villages of Woolloomooloo and King’s Cross, then Sydney’s exclusive waterfront suburbs – Double Bay, Rose Bay, Vaucluse and Watsons Bay.

Enjoy morning or afternoon tea in an idyllic spot. Take in the impressive entrance to Sydney Harbour, historic Macquarie Lighthouse, aglow since 1818.

Famous Bondi Beach is a chance to feel the sand between your toes. Take a short stroll on the Coastal Walk before heading back through the historic terrace villages of Paddington and Woollahra – renowned for art, speciality shops. Drive through Barangaroo, Sydney’s new food and retail precinct. So easy to enjoy in your own time. Your host then returns you to your hotel. You’ll feel like a local.

FAST FACTS

  • Private half day tour – depart 8.15am or 1pm
  • Insightful, engaging + eye-popping vistas
  • Connect with the Sydney village and Barangaroo vibe
  • Morning or afternoon tea

Morning or afternoon tea
The venue might be heritage, an iconic Sydney pub or club. Great coffee and tea places abound. Weather and time of day the only factor. ‘Sydney In Style’ has a lot to show, so we try to keep up a gentle pace, not sit too long.

Bondi Beach
Iconic Bondi Beach – home of Australia’s surf culture. Be tempted at Icebergs Pool. Glimpse the Coastal Walk skirting Tamarama and Bronte Beaches. Return via the terrace-house villages of Paddington and Woollahra.

Barangaroo
Directions to the new excitement zone of Barangaroo. A pulsating Sydney mix: commerce to conventions, Darling Harbour attractions, ferry terminus, cuisine heaven, Aboriginal culture and architecture.