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Wake up early for a kayak tour from Rose Bay with sunrise views of Sydney Harbour. Paddle with a friend on a double sit-on-top kayak and get a good look at landmarks like Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, and Shark Island. The kayaks are stable and easy to use, and the tour is suitable for all levels of experience. Paddling instruction and use of equipment are provided.
See Australia's most famous native animals in their natural habitat on a full-day tour from Sydney. In a comfortable 4WD, explore the Southern Highlands with a naturalist guide to look for koalas, kangaroos, platypus, emus, wombats and other critters in the wild. Your small-group tour includes refreshments and dinner in a classic pub, and you stay out after dark in order to view nocturnal animals in action. With numbers limited to 11 people, enjoy a more customized experience.
Nature lovers—this is the tour for you! Swap the hustle and bustle of Sydney for a day exploring the natural beauty outside the city. Avoid spending time stuck in traffic by going on a tour designed to miss peak hour traffic jams. A guided bushwalk is included, so you won’t have to worry about studying a map. See Wentworth Falls, and the Three Sisters rock formation. A highlight is an incredible sunset over the Blue Mountains—the ideal photo opportunity.
Enjoy a trip to Australia's North Coast, traveling to Port Stephens and the Stockton Bight Sand Dunes, on a full-day guided tour from Sydney. Check out the wildlife at the Australian Reptile Park, take a dolphin-watching cruise from Nelson Bay, experience 4-wheeling and sandboarding at the sand dunes, and soak up gorgeous scenery all along the route. Accompanied by a guide, enjoy views of kangaroos, koalas, Tasmanian devils, bottlenose dolphins, and other marine life for a memorable outdoors experience on Sydney's doorstep.
Pittwater is a place that captivates the imagination. The crystal clear waters, pristine beaches, beautiful houses, magnificent wilderness of Ku-Ring-Gai chase national park and its world class bushwalking, sailing boats and occasional super yachts make it a treasure to explore. It's best enjoyed from the water, and this tour gives you a front row seat.
Cruise in comfort and style in our specially designed boat. Explore the bays, drop in a boat toy, pull up to a beach for a splash and a swim or a picnic and a play.
Hike to the incredible West Head lookout, or to the historic lighthouse at Barrenjoey Headland between the harbour and the ocean. Or just stay in the boat and admire the unique, water-access only settlements, which hold a special place in the hearts of Sydney siders.
Iconic waterfront restaurants such as The Boat House, Newport, Passadena or the Waterfront are on offer, or we can provide wraps to eat in the wild. Tea, coffee, and snacks are also provided.
Venture underground as you explore the Blue Mountains on this full-day tour, including hotel pick-up and round-trip transport from Sydney. First, climb to the Echo Point lookout for a spectacular view of the Three Sisters and Jamison Valley. Next, explore the magnificent Jenolan Caves, which stretch over a mind-boggling 25-miles (40km) through the Megalong Valley. Follow your guide into the largest of the caves, Lucas Cave, to admire the ‘Cathedral’ chamber, so called for its breath-taking acoustics.
Imagine yourself spending a leisurely afternoon sitting on the comfort of a modern electric bike, sweeping past the Sydney Opera House, gliding over the iconic Harbour Bridge and taking in unforgettable views of the world famous Sydney Harbour! And experiencing all of this through the eyes of friendly local Aussie tour guides.
That is The Big Easy guided bike tour!
Join a small group of no more than 6 guests for our signature sightseeing tour, and you will experience all of the highlights of Sydney and some hidden gems, learn about Sydney’s amazing history and funny stories from locals, and leave with unforgettable memories!
Discover all of Sydney's famous icons during a thrilling 20 minute helicopter flight. Take off from Mascot Airport and fly over the spectacular Sydney Harbour, experiencing the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Fort Denison, Watson's Bay, Taronga Zoo and Bondi Beach from above.
Experience Sydney from a unique viewpoint: the seat of a helicopter. Soar over sights like the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, Olympic Park, the Parramatta River, and the beautiful coastline. Your pilot with narrate throughout the ride, and answer your questions. An ideal trip for travelers who want to fit a lot of sightseeing into a short time, for those seeking a memorable activity, or for a romantic occasion.
Soar over the Blue Mountains in a helicopter, then venture off-road in a 4WD, on this 6-hour tour from Sydney. Take off over Sydney Harbour and enjoy spectacular aerial views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and the Parramatta River, before landing in Blue Mountain. Then, embark on a thrilling 4WD adventure, exploring the dramatic peaks and caves of the Megalong Valley, and stopping to spot kangaroos and enjoy a picnic lunch in the rainforest.
Open for tours! We are following the NSW Government health guidelines re: COVID19. You will have a safe and clean tour.
We have experienced, NSW Government accredited riders who just love their job. They are knowledgeable and fun.
You will feel the breeze on your face and the sun warming your skin. There is not much of an opportunity to feel free these days. Our tours will give you the chance to 'let your hair down'. The adventure of a lifetime!
We can provide Harleys instead of a trike if you'd prefer.
Escape the city and explore the Kiama Coast region, its bushland, forests, farmlands and coastal beaches on this full-day adventure. Travel from Sydney taking in panoramic views along the route including clifftop lookouts and multiple viewpoints. Look out for indigenous wildlife, walk across secluded beaches and discover aboriginal engravings before indulging in a freshly prepared BBQ lunch outdoors. Enjoy a more personal experience on this small-group tour led by a local guide.
Take a day away from Sydney and head north: filled with beaches, historical sites, and Australian bushland. This private tour includes time to linger at Manly Beach and a stop at West Head Lookout in Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park to view aboriginal rock art. At Palm Beach we visit Barrenjoey Lighthouse and have a nutritious lunch. We then have a brief stop at Avalon and Bilgola Beaches, and catch a return ferry on Sydney Harbour from Manly. The day covers a lot of ground, with exceptional scenery.
Come & explore the unspoilt wilderness on Sydney's northern doorstep, just 45 minutes from the CBD - The mighty Lower Hawkesbury. See shipwrecks and waterfalls, hear the Indigenous heritage and settlers’ history – all from our stable and stylish double sit-on top kayaks. The perfect way to experience this incredible Country.
Paddle past the towering sandstone cliffs, and pull in to untouched beaches for a tea or a coffee. Take a short hike to a clifftop lookout with breathtaking views over the meeting of the 3 great waterways: Berowra, Marramarra, and the Hawkesbury.
All food and equipment provided, no experience required. Tea, coffee, and snacks also provided. Kayaking is easy and fun for everyone, we welcome all ages, just bring a sense of adventure!
Come by train: A scenic one hour ride from Central, with trains leaving each way every hour. Or drive a car 45 minutes north from the CBD to Deerubbun Reserve boat ramp. Pick ups also available if you're staying on the river.
Below Manly's crisp, calm waters lie a colourful, diverse marine world few get the opportunity to come face-to-face with. Swim alongside Manly's famous and friendly Blue Groper and an array of beautiful fish and other sea creatures with EcoTreasures’ Snorkelling Tour. All you need to bring is your curiosity! Group tours run daily.
Your local expert guide will pick you up from Sydney city and drive you across the Sydney Harbour bridge. Visit some local beaches beyond Manly most tourist don't get time to get to. Visit the famous Duke Statue and Australian Hall of Fame at Freshwater and watch the waves and surfers at Curl Curl.
In your small group tour then head to Shelly beach for snorkel and walk tour of the Cabbage Tree Bay Aquatic Reserve.
The half day adventure will help you make the most of your time with a local guide. You will explore above and below the coastline of Sydney Northern Beaches.
Escape the crowds that surround Sydney’s top landmarks on a sunset kayak tour that reveals the world-famous harbor from a different perspective. As well as exploring at the most magical time of day, you’ll receive personalized attention from your guide in a small group limited to only 16 other travelers.
This tour is exclusively for your group. The Royal National Park has a range of beautiful natural formations - freshwater pools, forests, waterfalls, lagoons, cliffs, beaches and rockpools. On our walk to Wedding Cake Rock we will see a wonderful coastal landscape of cliffs, heathland and sandstone formations. The stunning white sandstone of Wedding Cake Rock is perfectly complemented by the blue Pacific Ocean. Next stop is scenic Wattamolla waterfall and lagoon. At rugged Garie Beach we inspect a tesselated pavement and enjoy a picnic lunch prepared by your guide, Greg. At Bald Hill we will take in great views of the southern beaches followed by a drive south to the cantilevered Sea Cliff Bridge. We then have the choice of visiting Symbio Wildlife Park to experience native animals or visit Jibbon Beach and Aboriginal engravings. The day plan is flexible. If you prefer less walking we can do shorter walks to other scenic places in the Park. Join us for an uplifting day in nature.
Step out of the city for the day, and join us on a spectacular 15km trail that combines salt swept coastlines, long sandy beaches and dramatic sea cliffs.
Make sure you pack your swimmers because the beaches will entice with their clean white sand and azure blue waters; the perfect chance to cool down. There will be ample time to relax, fossick the shoreline, and soak up some glorious sunshine.
Say goodbye to sad, soggy sandwiches. Instead, enjoy morning tea by the sea, with a selection of Australian native teas, fresh bush coffee and locally-made chocolate cookies. At lunch time, we can savour a gourmet picnic platter of cheese and deli meats, artisan crackers, freshly baked sourdough bread and other local products from the Sydney region, made fresh, just for you.
This tour is perfect for anyone looking for a unique and memorable way to spend a day in Sydney, spending time on some of the best beaches in the world.
During our 28 years on Sydney Harbour, we know all the top spots to visit. We can explore many different locations depending on the conditions and we will do it in style by using beautiful Australian made lightweight sea kayaks (made by Mirage Sea Kayaks).
On our paddle, it is more enjoyable that we cruise at a leisurely pace, therefore you will only need a moderate level of fitness.
You will need to be at least an intermediate or experienced kayaker.
We do not recommend this tour for beginner paddlers.
Beginner paddlers should first start with our Middle Harbour Eco Tour
Our main paddling area is within Middle Harbour (a beautiful off-shoot of Sydney Harbour) and depending on the conditions of the day, we can explore many amazing places.
We start at 6am to paddle out to see the sunrise over Sydney's Heads.
During our two hours, we could explore out to Grotto Point Light-house, or over to Cobbler's Beach and even into Balmoral. If the day is just right, then we can take a hike up to Middle Head and watch the manly ferries cruise past.
We will stop somewhere lovely for a hot coffee and some fresh fruit.
Venture off-the-beaten-track on this full-day Blue Mountains adventure from Sydney. Enjoy morning tea at Calmsley Hill Farm and admire indigenous animals such as koalas, kangaroos, emus, and wombats. Next, get a unique view of the Three Sisters from the little-known Eaglehawk Lookout; and enjoy spectacular views of Jamison Valley. Then, set out on a 2-hour self-guided hike from Evans Lookout to Govetts Leap, stopping to tuck into a picnic lunch (included) overlooking the dramatic canyon and waterfalls of the Grose Valley.
Spend an hour with the wind in your hair as you zip around The Newington Armory at Sydney Olympic Park on a Segway with a guide. Whiz past military bunkers and heritage listed buildings as you zoom up and down dirt paths, gravel and rocky roads, grassy open fields, and a bit of bushland. Your guide provides a brief safety training and then you are free to cruise. Cover more ground on a Segway and have a memorable experience.
Laser Clay Shooting is an original and interactive activity that can be enjoyed by everyone in totally safety without harming the environment. Get a group of mates, family or colleagues together and have fun finding out who is the best marksman.
Central Sydney is known for its charming laneways and sidestreets. This travel game lets visitors explore these streets while solving puzzles and riddles with an online app, the perfect activity for families or friends looking for exciting and playful things to do while learning about Sydney’s attractions.