Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Sydney Pass: SEA LIFE Aquarium, Sydney Tower Eye, WILD LIFE Sydney, Sydney Harbour Cruise, and Madame Tussauds. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
This was a great package deal. We were able to do allof the activities in one day, but could have easily spread it out. On the Harbour Cruise we were able to see whales which was an added bonus. The package is educational, enjoyable and works with your schedule and budget.
All worth seeing. Aquarium was best ever, have traveled to Europe and USA/Canada.
Buy a 7 day MultiPass which gives you unlimited travel by ferry, bus, and train for under $50 per person from 6am to 12pm.Go to Manley Beach. Great place to shop, even have an ALDI's for good prices on groceries, snacks, drinks, etc. Great beach to surf, swim.
This ticket package is an excellent way to see Sydney's main tourist attractions and experience the Harbor at a bundled price. Other packages do not include a Harbor Cruise. This one does!
We had a brilliant week, it was defiantly worth the money and we were not disappointed with any of it. all staff were helpful, we managed to get everything in the 5 days, would defiantly recommend.
My friends and I did all four stops in one day and that day was fantastic! A great introduction to the wildlife of Australia and the Harbour cruise was awesome.
The multiple attractions saved us money and everything was as promised. Love Sydney and Viator!
The best deal in town! Just take your online reference to Sydney Aquarium, obtain all 4 tickets valid up to 3 months and The World's your Oyster! The Aquarium itself has a colorful array of sea life from the curious Blue Hump headed Maori Wrasse with eyes that follow your every move (being a kiwi from N.Z and being part Maori he was a fav since we did have a name and Big Lips in common), then there are the adorable Nemo's (Clown Fish) living in their Spongey Pink Anemone, which if I were them would be quite at home in, they are so funny to watch and rather then glide through the water they wiggle up, down, sideways, true to their name! If you want another perspective, take the glass bottom boat out to view from above, if your lucky Brian the Leopard Shark may pop over for a pat from his keeper while you throw them fishy treats, or you might want to get up close and personal in the Underwater Tunnel while Sting Rays fly above head and sharks brush past your cheeks, pressed up against the glass, hungry eyes staring back! Take a break at the Reef Theatre and watch stunning views of The Great Barrier Reef, or pop next door to The Green Room and choose a selection of fun backdrops like sailing on a boat outside The Opera House when Jaws attacks, or riding a giant sea turtle! Jaws is almost as scary as the life sized Great White looming in the darkness with the amazing Lego Exhibits like the mermaid, a diver and glorious King Neptune! Never one to say no to shopping, there is a great gift shop to take home some memorabilia of your unique under the sea journey! "Nemo anyone!".....
I got this as a present for a friend who was travelling to Sydney and they really enjoyed it. I would recommend it.