My friend and I bought a 7-day pass with the transportation portion. This pass saved us over $150 and we tried to cram in as much as possible in the time we were in Sydney. A few highlights were the Oz Jetboating (you will get soaked), the wildlife parks and zoo and the Blue Mountains. Both Featherdale Wildlife Park and the Blue Mountains require you to pay extra for transportation since the pass won't get you all the way there. Be prepared to do a lot in a short amount of time.
It was nice... I preferred the zoo, but that´s because aquariums are not my thing. Worth a visit if you travel with kids
Well.. the pass is well worth the money since you get 4 things on one ticket. Very convenient. The cruise was great, and informative. The views of the river, harbour bridge and opera house were awesome. Since it's a hop-on hop-off cruise, access to Toronga Zoo was also do-able. Cool!
It was nice being able to visit a zoo whilst still in the city. Highly recommend.
Doing what: Skip the Line: WILD LIFE Sydney Entrance Ticket
Convenient pack of tickets to popular attractions and cruise or hop on hop off.
Sydney Tower is a must on your first visit to Sydney.
Sydney Aquarium is impressive. They have so many sea creatures to watch.
Wild life is a small zoo. They have a lot to look at, but it seems a bit cramped.
The Sydney aquarium is great !! The views from Sydney Harbour Cruise are beautiful.
Wild life Sydney doesn't worth seeing; it's too small and commercial. Go instead to Featherdale Wildlife Park.
What fantastic views from the Tower and do the Hop on Hop off harbour tour down to Watsons Bay. If you doing the Taronga Zoo then try include it in a combo package. Kids will love the Aquarium and Wildlife centre.
If you want to see a lot of things without being tied to a tour group this is the way to go. But I strongly suggest getting the pass with travel included. We did and it made it so much easier getting around we just swiped out card and got on. we visited about 20 things on the list. in 3 days plus we fit the zoo in there on one of those days. Make sure you check with opening and closing times there were a couple that we got to before the opened at 10:00am and some closed at 4:30pm But if you like some adventure and doing things on your own this is a good way to do it. Jerry Greeneville TN USA
Jose G. A.
Aquarium : not so interesting.
Sydney Tower eye: very good
Wild life Sydney: excellent
a good value...especially if you have time to take advantage of a lot of the tours/attractions. I added transportation since we stayed outside of the city for a few nights. If you are staying in the city, you may not need the transportation option as most attractions are within walking distance. The book they give you highlights everything you can see/do. We found a few items in the book did not exist or have changed...be sure to ask the agent when you pick up your pass. This pass does not include the zoo, but there are other similar attractions you can see with this pass. Also note: if you get the transportation option it does not include the airport train cost ($15 each way) or the monorail system near Darling Harbour. It does include all of the city trains (most of Sydney) and a lot of the ferries (Manly beach).
The Sydney Sightseeing Pass was an awesome value. The main reason why we provided a 4-star rating is because it didn't include more of the popular attractions i.e. the Taronga Zoo. However, this will not deter us from recommending the pass. Thank you.
The pass was fabulous and so much easier to travel with as I was taking a group of University students and didn't have to worry about receipts everywhere for the attractions or transportation. A bit sad that the zoo was cancelled in coverage at the last minute, and it may be helpful to provide more information that the Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains can't be seen in the same day as those that aren't from the area don't realize how far apart they are. Otherwise the pass was great and the discounts provided at various places was even better!
I loved the Wildlife World Zoo. The animals were very cute and looked well cared for. The staff was also very kind and friendly. The aquarium was great. My first aquarium experience.The Sydney Tower offered great views and picture taking.The cruise was a good way to acquaint yourself with the harbour on your first day.
I loved my experience in Sydney and would recommened anyone to go but but I don't know that I would recommend the 3 day See Sydney card - since everything opens and closes at the same time it makes it a bit tight to get everything in - some other things like the aquarium and taranga zoo are not that impressive but I did it just because I wanted to get my money's worth. Maybe the 5 day card would have been more ideal as it gives you extra time to schedule most of what the card offers. The perc is that you don't have to worry about carrying loads of cash. With the 5 day card I could have done the blue mountain tour on my own but since I didn't have the time I used a tour group and didn't really enjoy it - you don't need to spend an entire day there - unless you're a botanist or interested in that type of stuff. Also, you don't save that much if you calculate everything is almost equal value not even 100 difference. Well if you have any questions feel free to email me.
We bought the 7 day Sydney card with transportation for myself, my husband and our 22 month child. We recommend doing it as it is a great way to get your moneys worth! Here is what we did in 7 days: Day 1) Picked up card in Darling Harbour, walked around there and went to the Wildlife World, then took the afternoon bus tour and rode the ferry back from Manly beach. We also went up in the tower. Day 2) Opera House Tour in Circular Quay, Jet Boat tour only one of us since one had to stay with the child, and Sydney Museum. We also walked around the Rocks Day 3) Zoo, and the Jet Boat tour Day 4), Blue Mountains, Explorer Bus and Scenic World, then when we got back we did the Aquarium. Day 5) Paddy's Markets, Powerhouse Museum, Hyde Barracks Museum and National Maritime Museum as well as the Queen Victoria Building Day 6) Susannah Place Museum, Harbor Bridge Pylon Lookout Day 7) Royal Gardens Park, New South Wales Art Gallery. It was a busy time and we were still able to meet friends for lunch and dinner and hang out in the parks and enjoy.
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