Exclusive Sydney Grand Walking Tour

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Exclusive Sydney Grand Walking Tour

Exclusive Sydney Grand Walking Tour

From $50

Exclusive Sydney Grand Walking Tour

Exclusive Sydney Grand Walking Tour

Don’t have enough time to take all of our tours? Prefer to experience Sydney with a smaller group, but a private booking is out of reach? Then consider the – “Sydney Grand Walking tour”, which comes in two parts.
Everything you want to see in the heart of Sydney can be seen on foot in a few short hours!
Seen better, guided better and seen up close. Because your guide can take you where the buses can't. So hey ho and off we go – off to see all of Sydney’s famous landmarks.
 
Morning: Working class Hero
On this unique tour, enter the convicts' side of town and follow the footsteps of the first settlers and the nineteenth-century working-class man that will lead us through The Rocks district. The Rocks is the historic neighbourhood on the western side of Sydney Cove. It was named The Rocks by convicts who made homes there from 1788 but has a much older name, Tallawoladah, given by the first owners of this country, the Cadigal people. After the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788, Tallawoladah became the convicts' side of the town.

After your breakfast, meet at the Customs House at 10:00 am, one of Sydney's landmark heritage buildings, now a free public 'lounge room' for visitors. Get a bird's-eye view of the sprawling city and literally walk over the skyscrapers before walking across to Cadman's Cottage the oldest surviving residential building in Sydney. Learn about Australia's convict past while walking through Nurses walk and the Big Dig. Have the opportunity to step into a prison cell and indulge into the drinking history of Sydney while sipping a beer at one of the oldest pubs in Australia.
The first part of the tour ends at George Street - a busy transport hub with lots of things to see and do! Grab something to eat or drink, as we meet again in an hour for the second part of the tour.

Afternoon: The Grand Opera Walk
If you ask anyone to point out two things they know about Sydney, you will probably hear about the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
So...get prepared to see these landmark, skyline-dominating structures. The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre and one of the 20th century’s most famous and distinctive buildings. Built originally on a small tidal island, Bennelong Island, it has world heritage listing. This walk visits some of Sydney’s best heritage buildings, walking along Macquarie street, named after Sydney’s last autocratic Governor.
Admire and learn the facts and tales behind buildings such as the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney Hospital (now Sydney Mint and NSW Parliament House) and St James Church. Our specially tailored tour makes sure that you get the very best out of this historic part of the city. Tour Sydney with the people that know it best, the locals.

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Departure Point:
Working Class Hero departs 10am Customs House Alfred Street Sydney
The Grand Opera Walk departs 1.30pm in front of The Archibald Fountain which is located in Hyde Park
 
Departure Time:
Working Class Hero departs 10am Customs House Alfred Street Sydney
The Grand Opera Walk departs 1.30pm in front of The Archibald Fountain which is located in Hyde Park

Tour departs within walking distance of the cruise port

Duration:
2 hours (approx.)
  • Valid to 14/3/2018
  • Booking confirmation can take up to 72 hours. Please book in advance.
  • The Scoopon voucher is not a ticket and will not be accepted at point of entry. Please follow the "How to Redeem" instructions on your voucher.
  • Once booking is confirmed, no changes/cancellations permitted - your Scoopon will be voided
  • Multiple Scoopons may be purchased for personal use; multiple Scoopons may be purchased as gifts. Scoopon valid for 1 person. Maximum of 4 Scoopon redeemable per booking
  • Bookings taken immediately after purchase. Scoopons for this offer are limited. Not valid with any other offer
  • Bookings are subject to availability. Book early to secure your desired date
  • Scoopon Terms and Conditions are located at scoopon.com.au/terms-and-conditions
Exclusions:
  • Entrance fees
  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Food and drinks
  • Lunch
Additional Information:
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Dress code is smart casual
  • A maximum of 12 people per booking
  • Due to uneven surfaces, this tour is not recommended for those with walking disabilities or using a wheelchair

Deal Code: 73943

  • Bookings essential by completing the form listed on your Scoopon Voucher after you have made a purchase.
  • If the date you requested is not available, our customer service team will contact you via email to request an alternative date. Should these dates not be available, we will provide a refund on your purchase

Everything you want to see in the heart of Sydney can be seen on foot in a few short hours! Seen better, guided better and seen up close. Because your guide can take you where the buses can't. So hey ho and off we go – off to see all of Sydney’s famous landmarks. If you choose to do both sections of the tour bear in mind that you have a short (1) one-hour break in between which is plenty of time to grab some lunch or do some shopping. Morning: Working class Hero On this unique tour, enter the convicts' side of town and follow the footsteps of the first settlers and the nineteenth-century working-class man that will lead us through The Rocks district. The Rocks is the historic neighbourhood on the western side of Sydney Cove. It was named The Rocks by convicts who made homes there from 1788 but has a much older name, Tallawoladah, given by the first owners of this country, the Cadigal people. After the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788, Tallawoladah became the convicts' side of the town. After your breakfast, meet at the Customs House at 10:00 am, one of Sydney's landmark heritage buildings, now a free public 'lounge room' for visitors. Get a bird's-eye view of the sprawling city and literally walk over the skyscrapers before walking across to Cadman's Cottage the oldest surviving residential building in Sydney. Learn about Australia's convict past while walking through Nurses walk and the Big Dig. Have the opportunity to step into a prison cell and indulge into the drinking history of Sydney while sipping a beer at one of the oldest pubs in Australia. The first part of the tour ends at George Street - a busy transport hub with lots of things to see and do! Grab something to eat or drink, as we meet again in an hour for the second part of the tour. Afternoon: The Grand Opera Walk If you ask anyone to point out two things they know about Sydney, you will probably hear about the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. So...get prepared to see these landmark, skyline-dominating structures. The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre and one of the 20th century’s most famous and distinctive buildings. Built originally on a small tidal island, Bennelong Island, it has world heritage listing. This walk visits some of Sydney’s best heritage buildings, walking along Macquarie street, named after Sydney’s last autocratic Governor. Admire and learn the facts and tales behind buildings such as the Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney Hospital (now Sydney Mint and NSW Parliament House) and St James Church. Our specially tailored tour makes sure that you get the very best out of this historic part of the city. Tour Sydney with the people that know it best, the locals.

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