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Sydney Eco Tours – beyond the city
Mountains, Marine Life, Food and Wine

One of the most beautiful cities in the world with the iconic landmarks of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge to famous Bondi Beach and Manly.

Spectacular national parks can be found in the city and and the greater Sydney region including Australia’s oldest, Royal National Park. 

Sydney’s perfect coastline is abundant with marine life with whale and dolphin watching, snorkelling opportunities and even scuba diving.

Set your palate alive with food and wine tours in the Hunter Valley and be blown away by the amazing Blue Mountains.

One of the most beautiful cities in the world with the iconic landmarks of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge to famous Bondi Beach and Manly.

Travel Highlights
  • Explore Sydney Opera House, Circular Key and The Rocks.
  • Ride the ferry to beautiful Manly.
  • Discover Australia’s most famous stretch of sand – Bondi Beach.
  • Take a stroll along the stunning Bondi to Coogee coastal walk.
  • Climb to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
  • Take in the natural beauty of the Blue Mountains.
  • Browse the Sydney eco tours exploring Sydney’s outer regions including the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley.
Travel Tips
  • Take a FREE walking tour, learn about the city and find your bearings.
  • Take an early public ferry to Manly and enjoy a coffee with beach views.
  • Go for a Snorkel at Cabbage Tree Aquatic Reserve in Manly.
  • Explore Gordon Bay’s underwater nature trail and part of the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk (bring your mask and snorkel).
  •  Let’s Go Surfing are Sydneys only Eco-certified surf school located on Bondi Beach.
  • Don’t miss the Humpback Whale Migration between June and October.
Getting to and from the airport

Sydney Airport is about 10 km from the city centre and easily accessible by train, bus or car.

  • Trains depart frequently from underground stations in the airport’s domestic and international terminals.
  • Public buses depart from bus stops outside T1 and T3 (but not T2).
  • Shuttle buses will deliver passengers to their hotel. Reservations at T1 and T3 information desks.
  • Taxis are available from organised taxi ranks directly outside the terminals.
  • For more information, visit www.sydneyairport.com.au/airport-guide.
Traveling around Sydney
  • With an Opal card you can travel as much as you want on metro, train, bus, ferry and light rail services within the Opal network.
  • You never pay more than $15.80 a day, $63.20 a week, or $2.70 on Sunday when travelling on the Opal Network.
  • For more information, visit www.opal.com.au.
Starting Your Independant Travel in Sydney
  • Greyhound Bus Passes: Hop-on / Hop-off passes to suit your travel needs connecting all major cities in Australia.
  • Premier Motor Bus Passes: Cheaper passes connecting Cairns, Brisbane, Sydney and Eden offering one service per day on quality coaches.

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