• Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

    140 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia .

    The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia is housed in an art deco building and its modern annex within walking distance of Sydney's Circular Quay, a familiar landmark on West Circular Quay at the southern end of the Rocks district.

  • SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

    1-5 Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia .

    Take your visit to SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium to the next level with our incredible experiences, including Behind the Scenes tours and our famous Glass Bottom Boat adventure.

  • WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

    1-5 Wheat Rd, Darling Harbour NSW 2000, Australia .

    Australia's Most Unique Zoo in Darling Harbour

    Find yourself on an amazing animal adventure as you journey into Australia's most famous locations. Walk through iconic Aussie habitats and encounter some of the most loved and feared animals that call Australia home. See creatures of the night in the Nightfall habitat,meet the world's deadliest snake, cuddle up to koalas at Koala Encounters and much, much more - there's so much to see and do!

    WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo features interactive displays, inspiring and entertaining daily shows, captivating daily feeding sessions, guided tours and enhanced walk-through habitats including Koala Encounters, Kangaroo Walk-About, and Butterfly Tropics. WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is Australia's most unique and best wildlife park and it's conveniently located right in the heart of Sydney on Darling Harbour. 

  • ANZ Stadium

    Edwin Flack Ave, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127, Australia .

    Since opening in 1999, ANZ Stadium has been the scene of some of the greatest moments in sport. From the spectacular Olympic opening ceremony to Jonny Wilkinson's unforgettable drop goal to win the Rugby World Cup, the Stadium holds a special place in the hearts of sports fans throughout the world. The Explore Tour will take you behind the scenes and allow you to follow in the footsteps of these sporting heroes. Relive the incredible Olympic Games triumphs and tears and step up on the Olympic dais for the ultimate photo souvenir. Go deep under ANZ Stadium into the change rooms and experience the place where fearless teams prepare to do battle for the Bledisloe Cup and Rugby League Grand Finals, and see where Australian Football and State of Origin idols psyche themselves up before the big game.

  • The Rocks District

    Argyle Street, Dawes Point, New South Wales, Australia .

    Take a leisurely stroll through this unique heritage precinct of restored buildings situated on one of the most beautiful harbours in the world.

    Explore the many cobblestoned streets and small museums you can visit, such as Savannah’s Place and Cadman’s cottage to learn more about early colonial Sydney, and try to find the best views of the Harbour Bridge for those photos.

    There are iconic pubs, music and weekend markets

  • Darling Harbour

    Darling Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia .

    Alive with shopping, major tourist attractions, restaurants and gardens.  All located just a stones throw away from Sydney city NSW  Australia

  • The Sydney Opera House

    Sydney Opera House, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia .

    Beautiful against the backdrop of Sydney Harbour, the iconic Sydney Opera House is a thriving hub of art, culture and history. It's one of the world's most distinctive buildings, attracting millions of visitors from all over the world. Experience all that the Sydney Opera House has to offer by taking a guided tour, watching a show, and enjoying a cocktail beside the harbour at the Opera Bar as the sun sets over this stunning triumph of architecture and design.

    Get up close and personal by taking a guided, behind-the-scenes Sydney Opera House tour[1]. The Sydney Opera House Tour will give you an introduction to the history behind this building, as well as showcasing all the theatre spaces where over 1,600 performances happen every year. This tour runs daily, and runs for approximately 1 hour.

    Alternatively, The Backstage Tour is a must for anyone who wants to discover secrets about what really goes on behind the scenes at the Sydney Opera House. Lasting for 2 hours, this tour will let you peek behind the curtain to discover the dramas and the mysteries of Australia's most celebrated theatre.  

    If you happen to be in Sydney around early June you may catch the Vivid Sydney festival[2]. The festival transforms Sydney with fantastic arrays of light, music and ideas.

    Of course, one of the best ways to experience the Sydney Opera House is to see a show. Don't be fooled by the World Heritage-listed building’s name - Sydney's premier venue is not just for operas, but for ballets, plays, pop music, symphonies, comedy, contemporary dance, musical theatre and much more. Enjoy the spectacular views and a delicious drink at the Opera Bar[3].

    Finally, no trip to the Sydney Opera House would be complete without a stroll around the Royal Botanic Garden[4]. Take a picnic basket, lie down in the grass and make the most of Sydney's gorgeous harbour views and sunny weather.

  • Blue Mountains

    Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia .

    The Blue Mountains is a rugged region west of Sydney in Australia’s New South Wales. Known for dramatic scenery, it encompasses steep cliffs, eucalyptus forests, waterfalls and villages dotted with guesthouses, galleries and gardens. Katoomba, a major town in the area, borders Blue Mountains National Park and its bushwalking trails. Echo Point affords views of the storied Three Sisters sandstone rock formation.

  • Bridge Climb

    Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia .

    Climb the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.

  • Sydney Free Walking Tours

    Town Hall, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia .

    Explore Sydney’s sights with your friendly and knowledgeable I’m Free Tours Sydney local tour guide. Experience the culture and lifestyle as we delve into the history, stories and secrets of Australia’s most popular city on our daily Sydney Free Tours. See

    Rain, Hail or Shine, I’m Free Tours walk EVERY DAY. No need to book, just turn up and look for your local guide in a bright green T-shirt.

    2 ½ – 3 hours

    10:30am and 2:30pm Every Day from Town Hall Square.

    George St between Sydney Town Hall and St Andrew’s Cathedral.

    The Rocks Tour

    We will uncover the history and explore the sites of down town Sydney. Helping you get acquainted with Sydney, it’s transport, history, culture, events, art, restaurants and hidden bars to help you better enjoy your time in Sydney like a local.:
    1 ½ hours
    6pm Every Day from Cadmans Cottage (water side)

    The Rocks District / Circular Quay

  • Woolwich Ferry

    Valentia Street, Woolwich, New South Wales, Australia .

    A short distance from Linley House is the Woolwich ferry which will take you to Circular Quay via Balmain.  At Circular Quay you will see the Sydney Opera House The Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Rocks District, The Royal Botanic Gardens.  From Circular Quay you can catch a ferry to Manly or Watsons Bay for more sightseeing.