Sightseeing Tours & Walks
Explore Sydney sightseeing with iVenture Card! From the beautiful beaches, stunning harbour views and bustling city, you choose whether you want to experience it all by bus, boat cruise or walking.
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Sydney Sightseeing Tour – morning tour: Travel over Sydney Harbour Bridge to Milsons Point for a great photo opportunity of the Sydney Opera House. Stop at Arabanoo lookout for a spectacular panorama of the Manly headland. Feel the sand between your toes or buy an ice cream at Manly beach. See Sydney’s white sandy northern more »
The centrepiece of the Sydney Olympics in 2000, this is one of the most advanced sporting venues in the world. Take a tour and capture the spirit of the games. Enjoy panoramic views of the stadium from high in the grandstand. Walk through the exclusive Member’s Lounge and dining facilities. Inspect the Stadium Media Centre, more »
The Blue Mountains Explorer Bus is the ideal way to make the most of your Blue Mountains experience. Starting from Katoomba, this red London Bus tours all major attractions in the area and lets you hop on and hop off at leisure. It’s a great way to savour the sights at places like Echo Point more »
The Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk is one of Australia’s premier rainforest experiences. The elevated steel walkway features two gently swaying cantilevered arms and a central spiral tower raised nearly fifty metres off the forest floor. The stunning views take in everything from the rainforest canopy to Lake Illawarra and out to the South Pacific Ocean. more »
Jenolan is a spectacular natural wonder, located in protected wilderness, on the western edge of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Jenolan is Australia’s most awe-inspiring cave system and is amongst the world’s finest. The dazzling crystal formations and pure underground rivers are a celebration of nature’s glory. Your iVenture Card provides a choice of more »
There are many fabulous shopping malls in the city centre, all with distinct personalities, but possibly the most exclusive is the Queen Victoria Building – affectionately known to locals as QVB. It has been lauded as the most beautiful shopping centre in the world by none other than Pierre Cardin, a man who knows a more »
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a Sydney icon. Even today, its statistics are impressive. All 52,800 tons of its weight rests on four steel pins beneath the granite faced pylons at each end. At the crown of its arch the bridge is 134 metres above the sea. Learn about the bridge and its history on more »
Why walk? To venture through doorways, inside buildings, behind-the-scenes, to feel the history for yourself, to ask questions and to create your own Sydney experiences at ground level. The Sydney Sights Walking Tour is a 2-hour guided walk through the heart of Sydney’s sightseeing district. Including the main sights: Sydney Opera House, The Rocks, Sydney more »
At 250 meters tall, the Sydney Tower Eye offers stunning, uninterrupted panoramic 360 degree views of Sydney and its famous landmarks. Included in admission is the new 4D Experience, a groundbreaking 3D film with spectacular in-theatre effects and a breathtaking fourth dimension that gives an amazing view of the city.
The Secrets are Alive in the Sandstone-come hear our tales about ordinary people who did extraordinary things and so began our compelling story of British Australian settlement! The Rocks Walking Tour’ friendly local guides specialise in providing guided walking tours within the heart of The Rocks historic and picturesque precinct. The Tour is conducted within more »