SYDNEY SUPREME

SYDNEY SUPREME 2024-05-19T23:56:18+00:00

Project Description

SYDNEY SUPREME – Harbour City highlights, Bondi Beach Harbour-side lunch; Half day Tour

We will show you all the iconic sites; the new developments of Darling Harbour and Barangaroo, you feel the history of the Rocks, be stunned by the beauty of the Sydney Opera House and the mechanical genius of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
A lap around Hyde Park and down to Mrs Macquarier’s Chair in the Royal Botanic Gardens before we explore the trendy inner-city vibe; with the boutiques, patisseries, pubs and bars of Paddington and Woollahra. You will want to live here. There will be no problem finding an idyllic spot for refreshments.
Continue through the Eastern Suburbs, exploring the yachting mecha of Rushcutters Bay, and the harbourside living of Double Bay and Rose Bay.

Bondi Beach is a star and you will have a chance to feel the sand between your toes and take in the view from the Headland. You will love the beachy lifestyle.
Off through Vaucluse, past Macquarie Lighthouse and the impressive entrance to Sydney Harbour from Dunbar Point. Only a short trip down to Watsons Bay, truly an idyllic destination with the parkland, beach, cafes, shops, fish and chips on the pier.
We have booked lunch for you at Sydney’s oldest restaurant with a wonderful view looking back towards the city. With ferry tickets in hand for your return trip to the city, we leave you to enjoy a wonderful lunch at your leisure.

INCLUSIONS

• Half day tour (4 hours) of Sydney’s iconic sites
• Private and personalized tour in our Mercedes vehicles
• City hotel pick up and drop off
• Local and knowledgeable driver / guide
• Refreshments along the way
• Harbourside lunch
• Ability to tailor your experience
• Lots of tips on how to enjoy Sydney like a local

Woolloomooloo
This historic dockside village is home to the longest timber pile wharf in the world – Cowper Street Wharf circa 1915. It’s also where Harry’s Café de Wheels began selling the famous ‘Tiger’ meat pie in 1945 – beefsteak pie, mashed potato, mushy peas and gravy. Delightfully delicious. Garden Island Naval Base adds to the character.

Harbour Side Lunch
Doyle’s on the Wharf, nestled in Watson’s Bay, offers a delectable array of seafood delicacies. From classic fish and chips to expertly grilled selections like barramundi and salmon, our menu promises a culinary journey through the treasures of the ocean.

Sydney Ferry
The flagship of the First Fleet was HMS Sirius. It was 110 feet long and 32 feet wide. So too the ‘Sirius Class’ ferry that will return you to Circular Quay after your gourmet lunch. HMS Sirius took almost 11 months to reach Australia. Your ride will be around 11 minutes. Magic.