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  • Location: Sydney, Australia
  • Duration:  3.5-hours or 6-hours

See Sydney's most famous icons in just one morning! Cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge, for views of the world renowned Sydney Opera House at various vantage points, before strolling along Manly Beach and other picturesque surf spots on the Northern Beaches, to watch the waves from the Pacific Ocean roll in. Complete your morning with an optional lunch cruise on Sydney Harbour.

Highlights

  • Stop at Milsons Point for spectacular views of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and the famous city skyline
  • Cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Tour through the northern leafy beach suburbs
  • Enjoy morning tea (own expense) at the seaside town of Manly
  • Enjoy magnificent views from Seaforth Lookout over Middle Head and Pearl Bay Marinas
  • Conclude your morning with an optional buffet lunch cruise, to be selected at time of booking
  • Includes hotel pickup

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What You Can Expect

Sydney, Manly and Northern Beaches Morning Tour with Optional Harbour Lunch Cruise

Australia Sightseeing Pass - Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House

Highlights on your tour of Sydney, Manly and the northern beaches include:

  • See Darling Harbour and Cockle Bay
  • See Hyde Park and the Sydney monorail
  • Cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • See the major shopping areas of Sydney
  • Stop at Milsons Point for spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the famous city skyline
  • Travel through the exclusive northern suburbs of Sydney
  • Enjoy views from Seaforth look out over Middle Head and Pearl Bay Marinas
  • Stop at Arabanoo Lookout for a panorama of the Pacific Ocean and the rugged headland
  • Enjoy morning tea (own expense) at the seaside town of Manly
  • Take a walk along Manly's Corso, which separates Sydney harbor from the Pacific ocean
  • See the beautiful beach that has contributed to Manly's reputation as a popular waterfront suburb
  • Tour through the northern leafy "beach suburbs"
  • Travel through Queenscliff passing Freshwater Bay and Curl Curl Beach
  • Return to Sydney via exclusive and trendy suburbs of Neutral Bay and Mosman
  • Conclude your morning at either King Street Wharf or Circular Quay or why not spend more time at Manly's surf beach playground and catch the ferry back to Sydney (own expense)?

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Itinerary

Hotel Pickups:

7.00am Crescent on Bayswater
8.10am Four Seasons (Harrington Street entrance)
8.15am Four Points Sheraton
8.00am Hilton Hotel (Pitt St entrance)
7.35am Holiday Inn Darling Harbour
8.05am Menzies Hotel
7.45am Novotel Darling Harbour
7.50am Parkroyal Darling Harbour
7.55am Rydges World Square (Pitt St entrance)
7.15am Sofitel Wentworth
7.25am Vibe Hotel Sydney
7.30am YHA Sydney Central

Customer Reviews

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2015

Great tour for those with only limited time in Sydney. Hotel pick-ups were all on time and our coach driver (Steve) was the Dogs B----- (excellent at his job). The optional Harbour cruise is a must as it s the only way to experience Sydney harbour and the lunch (serve yourself) was good too

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2014

This was an AAT Kings tour and was a really good trip. Pickup from near our accommodation (Darling Harbour) was on time. Stops, including morning tea break in Manly, were well placed and our guide demonstrated excellent knowledge through out the tour. A great way to get a 'snapshot' of the north side of the harbour and northern beaches and gave lots of ideas to plan future visits.

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