Discover hidden laneways and diverse architecture for a full appreciation of Australia's most dynamic city
Travel away from the harbour and into the heart of the city, indulge in the magnificent architecture that ranges in diversity from 1820 to today. Learn about the leaders who became the game-changers for Sydney and who we remember today for their tremendous vision and inspiration.
Highlights: The Rock's District, Circular Quay, Cadman's Cottage, The Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Customs House, Macquarie Place, Macquarie Street, Conservatorium of Music, Royal Botanical Gardens, State Library of NSW, Martin Place, Parliament House, The 'Rum' Hospital, Hyde Park Barracks, St Mary's Cathedral, Hyde Park, Pitt St Shopping Mall, Sydney Tower, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney's Darling Harbour, St Andrew's Cathedral, Town Hall.
9:00am Depart hotel or meet at Clock Tower in The Rocks
9:05am Begin tour of the historic Rocks precinct and Circular Quay
10:00am Arrive Macquarie Street at Botanic Gardens entrance
10:45am Arrive Hyde Park/shopping precinct to Queen Victoria Building
11:15am Arrive Darling Harbour for walk around
1200pm Arrive Town Hall - tour complete
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Meeting location: I will meet you at the Clock Tower Square in The Rocks (corner of Argyle and Harrington Streets)
End location: The tour will end at the Town Hall steps.
End location: End location: The tour will end at the Town Hall steps.
Duration: 3 hours
Walking tour only
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 AUD - Snacks and drinks along the way
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Helen brought Sydney alive to us all; revealing layers of architectural magic and history that had previously escaped us all. Her centrepieces for discussion were thoughtful, well-chosen and led to much discussion and many questions. Helen is highly recommended to all.