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Experience the world's favourite city on foot, by yacht, from the air... Iconic views, famous beaches, boutique galleries and world class dining await. Often the first port of call on an Epic Australia journey, Sydney provides a 'fair dinkum' Aussie welcome.

Best Months All year round
Epic Suggests 4 Days
  • Harbour City

    Sydney is known worldwide for the stunning beauty of its harbour. Board your private sailing yacht and explore the hidden coves only known to locals or take a seaplane to a remote bushland jetty and enjoy fine dining at a waterside restaurant. Take a ferry or water taxi to Taronga Zoo, or spend your day on foot around the foreshore, from The Rocks to Sydney Opera House and the Royal Botanical Gardens.

    sydney-harbour-cityThe Rocks is the oldest area of Sydney with a maze of narrow streets, packed with attractive sandstone cottages and terraces filled with shops, stalls and cafés. Sydney boasts a plethora of world class museums and boutique galleries, as well as designer shopping opportunities in the tree-lined inner suburbs. A great way to finish a day in this picturesque city is to climb the Harbour Bridge as the sun sets.
  • Beaches

    No other city in the world combines coastal living with urban buzz like Sydney. With around 70 surf beaches and dozens of harbour coves, you can choose from iconic surf breaks to a relaxed dip in an ocean pool. Take a private surf lesson, and stand up on your board as you cruise into Bondi Beach, one of the most famous beaches in the world with its golden sands and legendary surf.

    sydney-beachesFrom Bondi, amble along or join the locals to jog the spectacular coastal walk to more fabulous beaches such as Tamarama and Bronte.  Alternatively, head north to popular Manly or Palm Beach. For a more relaxed inner harbour beach, beautiful Balmoral offers gentle lapping waves, waterfront dining and a stunning outlook.
  • Blue Mountains

    A mountainous region bordering Sydney's metropolitan area, its foothills start approximately 50 kilometres (31 miles) west of the state capital. The Blue Mountains is densely populated by oil bearing Eucalyptus trees. The atmosphere is filled with finely dispersed droplets of oil, which, in combination with dust particles and water vapour, scatter short-wave length rays of light which are predominantly blue in colour.

    sydney-blue-mountainsWhen Europeans arrived in Australia, the Blue Mountains had already been inhabited for several millennia by the Gundungurra people. Examples of Aboriginal habitation can be found in many places. The Greater Blue Mountains was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 2000.

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    Day 1: Sydney

    Once you have freshened up after your flight, blow away the jetlag with an afternoon sail on Sydney's picturesque harbour.

    This evening is at your leisure.

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    Day 2: Sydney

    Start with a guided tour of the world's busiest arts centre: Sydney Opera House. After breakfast, explore the historic Rocks region on foot with your specialist guide, before heading east along the beautiful foreshore of the city.

    Stop for morning tea overlooking Bondi Beach, before taking a scenic tour of the eastern suburbs, perhaps stopping in at some private galleries or up-and-coming designers hidden amongst the tree-lined streets of Paddington. Climb over the "coathanger" – Sydney Harbour Bridge – and see the city lights come to life.
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    Day 3: Sydney

    A lazy start to the day allows you to stretch your legs for an early morning stroll around the Botanic Gardens, or simply observe from the quayside as commuters arrive by ferry, and the sun dawns on another wonderful Sydney day. Shop in the gracious Queen Victoria Building, be entertained in Darling Harbour or simply mix with the locals.

    Premium option: Enjoy a 30-minute scenic seaplane flight over Sydney to a remote bushland restaurant set upon the bank of a picturesque creek.

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    Day 4: Sydney

    Today you are met and transferred to the airport and connect with your onward flight to continue your Australian adventure.

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    Indicative Cost

    From AU$ 620 per person per day.

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