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This seven or five-day Sydney Walking Tour covers all the things everyone should see, including the Opera House, harbour bridge and Bondi Beach, but also covers locations outside of the main tourist traps. Follow your fantastic guide through secluded bays and untouched corners of national parks, soaking up the historical and cultural wealth Sydney has to offer.
What is the capital of Australia? Nope - you’re wrong. It’s Canberra.
The reason most people answer Sydney is that it’s the most instantly recognizable Australian city, with international landmarks of massive global importance and a haven for tourists looking to immerse themselves in the great Oz culture.
On this guided Sydney walking tour you’ll do just that, spending a week getting intimate with all the fantastic things Sydney and its surrounding bush lands have to offer. This includes all the major attractions such as the Opera House but also some of the more remote areas of interest in which you’ll get to see unspoilt scenery and aboriginal rock art. For much of the tour, it won’t feel like you’re only a few miles out of Australia’s largest city.
There’s not much to say about Sydney harbour that has not already been said, but trust us when we say that all the attractions here are just as fantastic (if not better) as you might have heard. Nothing is left out, from Harbour Bridge to Bondi Beach, and plenty of time is spent properly exploring each attraction.
All of the main tourist destinations in Sydney are well worth a visit in themselves, but the tour is also complimented by an excellent and diverse selection of walks near the city. Some of the lesser-travelled walks include those through the remote areas of Ku-ring-gai Chase and Garigal National Parks - both are typical of the great beauty of New South Wales and offer you the opportunity to see authentic rock art by Australia‘s aboriginal inhabitants.
Sydney is one of the greatest cities in the world - a touch effusive perhaps, but it’s not uncommon for people to relocate there permanently following just a week’s holiday in the area.
You’ll get to see why Sydney has such a reputation, and the great news is that the walking on this tour only requires a minimal amount of fitness which pays off massively given the marvellous and diverse scenery in this part of Australia. Much of the itinerary comprises of combing the bays alongside the crystal blue seas which the country is famous for, a memorable highlight for anyone undertaking this excellent tour and is suitable for literally anyone with a penchant for the great outdoors.
This walk is guided. You may find yourself on your own with a guide, or if there are other people booked on the same dates as you, you will be in a small group.
We select specialist operators who are experienced, qualified and most importantly passionate about what they do. Your enquiry will be passed straight through to the experts who will be able to give you the best advice.