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Things to See and Enjoy with Sydney Private Tours

October 18, 2019 by Runaway Tours  


Runaway Tours provides the best Sydneyprivate tours. Regardless of whether you are a seasoned visitor to the Sydney region, or you are here for the first time on vacation, there are a lot of things to enjoy on your Sydneyprivate tours. Sydney is a delightful place that has many different sights to see. There are beaches, iconic architecture, stunning harbour views, Blue Mountains plus various native animals to see; including the famous Australian Kangaroo and wild cockatoos.

We have put together a quick travel guide for you:

Visit the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge

Australia and New South Wales are known worldwide for the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the adjoining Opera House. The Opera House not only is a unique architectural delight to look at, but it is also a multi-venue performing arts center. This has seen many performances pass through its doors, including Madama Butterfly, The Marriage of Figaro and West Side Story.


Take a Ferry or Climb Sydney Harbour Bridge

You cannot visit Sydney and not take the time to visit the Harbour. You can jump on a ferry at Circular Quay and view the Harbour from the water and the spectacular surroundings. Why not take a Harbour Bridge climb and test your physical fitness level?

Photo Opportunity at Mrs Macquarie’s Chair

Whilst in the Harbour area, on a peninsula close by you will find Mrs Macquarie’s Chair. The newly arrived convicts hand-carved this chair out of the sandstone rock in 1810. This was done in honor of Elizabeth Macquarie, who was the wife of the Governor of New South Wales, Robert Macquarie. The chair has commanding views of Sydney Harbour and is an iconic part of Sydney history. This is one of the perfect places for a Harbour photo opportunity!

Relaxing Day at Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is probably the most famous beach in Australia. With its white sand, great surfing conditions and various clubs, restaurants, and shops surrounding it, it is a must-see place to visit. For a different view of the area, the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk provides you with a dramatic and breathtaking view from up high.

Hunter Valley Wine Tours

Wineries in the Hunter region are another must-see when visiting Sydney. Located due north of Sydney, the Hunter Valley is one of Australia’s major and oldest wine regions. Not only is it home to numerous wineries, there is an amazing supply of cheese houses, chocolate cafes and olive oil stores.

Blue Mountains

If the Blue Mountains are not yet on your do visit list whilst in Sydney, then it is time to add it in! The Blue Mountains are Australia’s most accessible wilderness and were World Heritage Listed back in 2000. Here you will discover towering sandstone cliffs dropping into cool, temperate rainforests, superb waterfalls and clean, fresh mountain air.

Kangaroo Valley

A two-hour drive from Sydney will take you down into Kangaroo Valley. This wildlife-rich countryside will provide you with the sites of mesmerizing rivers, farms, beautiful wilderness and a delightful little village. The Kangaroo River takes you through a secluded area between the Southern Highlands and the South Coast. You can travel down the river in a kayak either on your own or as part of a tour.

Wherever you decide to visit on your Sydney private tours, there are plenty of amazing sights to view, numerouseateriesto indulge in and time to relax and put your feet up.  Just call us on +61 410 545 117 and book your private tours in Sydney today!