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Sydney Sightseeing - Package Overview

Sydney Sightseeing 

Sydney Sightseeing 6 Nights 7 Days Package: Overview

Have never ending fun with this budget friendly 6 nights 7 days Sydney sightseeing tour package. Spend a fun filled week with your family  at some of the best tourist attractions of Sydney  like Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Blue Mountains tour.  Visit the exciting Sea World, where you can witness the vibrant marine life and enjoy various rides. The Blue Mountain Tour lets families have a gala time together while they glance at the scenic wonders.

Sydney Sightseeing 6 Nights 7 Days Package: Highlights

  • Sydney City tour (Botanical Gardens, Sydney Tower, Sydney Aquarium)

  • Harbor foreshores, glamorous homes and coastlines dotted with jagged sandstone cliffs and golden beaches

  • Dinner and evening performance at Sydney Opera House

  • Sailing on Sydney Harbour

  • Full Day Private Tour to the Blue Mountains

  • Sunset Harbour Bridge Climb

Sydney Sightseeing - Package Rates & Dates
Title Standard Prsice High Season Low Season NewYear/Festival Time
6N/7D Economy 2 Star
Chd-Hotel Formula 1
$1500 $1700 $1300 $2000
6N/7D Delux 3 Star
Chd-Hotel Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour
$1600 $1800 $1400 $2100
6N/7D Luxury 5 Star
Chd- Hotel Sydney Central YHA
$2000 $2200 $1800 $2500
Sydney Sightseeing - Package Inclusion

Package Include:

  • 6 nights superior Sydney accommodation

  • Private Sydney discovery tour

  • Cruise on Sydney Harbour

  • Private tour to the Blue Mountains

  • 4 meals as indicated in the itinerary

  • All private transfers

  • Full services of our Australia specialist office while traveling in Australia

Package Exclude:

  • Airfares. Please talk to us about booking your flights as part of the Aussie Air Pass

  • Use of hotel rooms before /after normal checkout times

  • Items of a personal nature?

Sydney Sightseeing 6 Nights 7 Days Package: Hotels

2 star Hotel - Hotel Formula 1 - TA Rank 3.0 - Certificate in Excellence

3 star Hotel - Hotel Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour - TA Rank 3.5 - Certificate in Excellence

5 star Hotel - Hotel Sydney Central YHA - TA Rank 4.0 - Certificate in Excellence

Sydney Sightseeing - Package Itinerary

You will arrive in Sydney early this morning and clear customs. After you will transfer to your hotel in downtown Sydney via chauffeur driven car. Checkin to hotel and rest of the day you will be free at your leisure or you may visit for shops, theaters and the Sydney night life are just minutes away.

Overnight stay at Sydney

After breakfast get ready for some Sydney secrets tour. Our representative will meet you at your hotel this morning for a delightful day discovering the Secrets of Sydney and its best sights. You will enjoy an exclusive inside look at this city with its impressive Harbor foreshores, glamorous homes and coastlines dotted with jagged sandstone cliffs and golden beaches. Discover the beauty of the Australian bush in the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park overlooking the shimmering waters of Broken Bay with its ancient Aboriginal sites and engraved rock art, topped off with a relaxing gourmet luncheon on the waters edge. In the evening you will drop to your hotel & overnight stay at Sydney.

You have the day to explore Sydney at leisure. This evening you will enjoy the spectacle as you attend a performance of opera, ballet, music or drama in one of the three halls of at the world renowned Sydney Opera House. Your package for this evening performance will include a guided tour of Sydney Opera House, dinner at a leading restaurant overlooking Sydney Harbour and seats booked in the A Reserve Section for the performance of your choice.

Today after breakfast at hotel, you will discover beautiful Sydney Harbour during a 5-hour cruise on board a 40 ft beneteau sailboat. You will see the beautiful homes lining its foreshore and explore some of the picturesque coves. As the skipper, Colin, always has fishing tackle fins, masks and snorkels aboard you may wish to try your hand at catching a Sydney fish or swimming like a fish in Sydney Harbor. At about 3.00 PM you will return to Darling Harbor where you might enjoy stopping at one of the wide variety of restaurants and cafes, the Sydney Aquarium, The Powerhouse or Maritime Museums The Japanese Gardens, Chinatown or the IMAX Cinema before returning to your hotel.

Today discover the spectacular World Heritage listed Blue Mountains with your private wilderness guide.  Your day begins as you drive out through Sydney’s south-western suburbs to Wirrimbirra Sanctuary where you will have the opportunity to view some native wildlife up close, including emus, dingos and a variety of birds including parrots, galahs, kookaburras and the uniquely Australian frogmouth owl.

Your tour continues on to one of Australia’s oldest and most charming country towns, Berrima, which retains most of its early 19th century convict and colonial architecture including the old jail and courthouse.  From Berrima, you will set off for a bush walk in search of koalas and lyrebirds amidst the eucalypt trees before stopping off at Joadja Vineyard, a small boutique family operated winery where you will sample a variety of the region’s cool climate wines.  From Joadja your guide will head west into some of Australia’s most spectacular wilderness scenery.  Your drive takes you into the Nattai National Park you will witness spectacular views over the Blue Mountains National Park and a chance to take in the breadth and beauty of this wilderness on Sydney’s doorstep.

This afternoon you will enjoy an Aussie BBQ lunch and a bottle of wine in quiet seclusion on a private property on the banks of the Wollondilly River where you will have the opportunity to spot one of Australia’s more elusive mammals, the platypus.   After lunch enjoy a short bush walk where you have the chance to see a variety of Australian animals including a goanna, grey kangaroo, wallaby and echidna before wrapping up your day with a drink and then returning to Sydney late this afternoon. 

You have the day at leisure to explore Sydney. This afternoon at sunset you will greet Sydney in unique style. The Sydney Harbour Bridge is classified as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and is yours to climb to the very top with your specialist guide. Not only is the view breathtaking you will encounter one of Sydneys historic gems and an engineering wonder.

You will be met and transferred to Sydney Airport in time to board your onward flight. 

Sydney Major Attractions

In terms of places to start your journey if you’re a first-time visitor to Sydney, this is easy to recommend as the first item on your itinerary. At twice the height of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Tower Eye is the perfect start to get your bearings on this amazing city and spy some spots to visit on the rest of your trip, while also getting a true sense of the sheer scale of Sydney and its surrounds.

All that water surrounding Sydney and providing it with its lovely coastal location isn’t just for show – it’s also home to a variety of marine life, not the least of which are the whales which can be seen each year during their annual migratory season from May to November. While the whales can occasionally be seen from a few select sections of shore or from some higher cliffs or coasts, the undisputed best way to see them is to get out on the water. As a result, whale watching cruises in the harbour and further out on the open waters are exceedingly popular in Sydney for a variety of reasons.

One of the most treasured nature-based destinations in the state of New South Wales, the Blue Mountains continue to be the destination of choice for those looking for a single or several day escape from the city. Combining epic, rugged scenery that blends greenery with some vast rocky outcroppings that contrast beautifully with one another, the Blue Mountains region is also rich with a bevy of native Aussie wildlife, leading it to be a location that has something to offer for almost everyone.

Several of Sydney’s beaches can be reached via a number of wonderful coastal walks that meander along beautiful stretches of shoreline and picturesque lookouts over both the natural and man-made highlights of the city. Strolling along Sydney’s coast you’ll see the likes of expanses of heathland, rocky outcroppings and cliff faces, and some of the most exclusive and expensive properties in the entire country.

Typically dubbed with the not-unimpressive label of Sydney’s “second best” and most famous landmark, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic feat of construction that helps to make Sydney’s harbour one of the world’s most unique and distinctive. The massive, girder-lined landmark is crossed by hundreds of thousands of cars each week, and is as an essential a part of Sydney’s infrastructure as it its skyline.

Australia’s animal life is a signature feature that sets the continent apart from many other countries throughout the world, and Sydney is home to a wide array of wildlife-based attractions that aim to showcase this to both locals and visitors from abroad alike. This is particularly a boon to families travelling with kids – there’s plenty of choice here, and the number of zoos, aquariums and other facilities means that even in a busy city none of them are ever too crowded.

As one of the best possible ways to explore one of the world’s most beautiful harbours, the sheer number of options means that the choice is yours when it comes to Sydney Harbour cruises. There’s everything from dinner cruises, speedy jet boats, romantic sailing tours and vintage tall ship adventures to whet your appetite.

In terms of Australian icons, the Sydney Opera House ranks up there with the likes of Ayers Rock / Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef as perhaps the most recognisable symbol of Australia. Its unique, sail-like design and postcard-perfect location at beautiful Sydney Harbour make it one of the most highly photographed buildings in the world, and upon paying your first visit to see it in person, it’s not hard to see why.