Join a hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour by double-decker bus to discover the highlights of Sydney and Bondi Beach. Enjoy unobstructed views and recorded onboard commentary as you travel between 34 stops, including top destinations like Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour and Bondi Beach. Go in-depth at any given place by simply hopping off the bus to explore. You can experience Sydney and Bondi's most noteworthy attractions at your own pace with your choice of ticket, valid for either 24 or 48 hours.
Indulge your inner foodie with a full-day gourmet tasting tour of the Hunter Valley, including breakfast and lunch. Follow your guide, a professional chef, to shop for fresh fish and seafood at the Sydney Fish Markets and sample local specialties with a visit to an artisan producer. Then, visit three of the region’s best boutique wineries, where you indulge in fine wines paired with regional delicacies like pan-fried barramundi, kangaroo steak, or freshly rolled sushi. This small-group tour is limited to 14 people, ensuring an intimate local experience.
Explore Melbourne as you wish with a 24-hour or 48-hour City Sightseeing bus pass. Board the double-decker and enjoy panoramic views of highlights like the Eureka Tower, Federation Square, and seaside St. Kilda as you learn their history via the onboard commentary. Hop off and on to explore on foot, or stay aboard to get your bearings and decide your sightseeing plans. Ideal for first-time visitors and those short on time.
Customize your sightseeing in Sydney with a hop-on hop-off coach tour and harbor cruise. The ferry pass is valid for 2 days and the explorer pass is valid for 48 hours, giving you two full days to explore Sydney. The Sydney Harbour ferry cruise stops include Darling Harbour, Circular Quay, Luna Park, Manly, Taronga Zoo, Barrangaroo and more. The double-decker bus tour travels between iconic sites including The Rocks, Sydney Opera House, Royal Botanic Gardens and Bondi Beach. Choose to hop off and visit places of interest, or simply remain on board for a comprehensive overview with recorded commentary.
Book a 1- or 2-day pass on a Hobart hop-on hop-off bus tour for an easy way to explore the city's top attractions at your own pace. Travel by double-decker red bus to 20 stops around the city, where you can hop off whenever you wish to visit the places that interest you. Or opt to stay onboard the bus for the full loop.
Indulge in the culinary delights of the Yarra Valley on this full-day food and wine tour. Learn about regional wines at two boutique wineries and visit a local brewery to tap beer and cider kegs. Plus, satisfy your sweet tooth with samples of handmade chocolates and ice cream at the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice-Creamery. Socialize with other passengers as you cruise through the beautiful valley aboard a mini-coach equipped with storage space for cooler boxes for any food and wine purchases along the way.
Spend a delightful morning exploring top Melbourne sights from aboard a comfortable coach. Learn about the city’s fascinating history from your informative driver and guide as you explore highlights such as Queen Victoria Market, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Parliament House, and Cook’s Cottage. To extend your sightseeing, upgrade for an optional cruise along the scenic Yarra River.
Experience two top-selling Melbourne tours and save 20% with this super saver pass! Explore the city’s history and highlights with a 3-hour sightseeing tour by coach. Then, journey to Phillip Island for an up-close encounter with amazing Australian wildlife. See koalas in their natural habitat at the Koala Conservation Centre, and watch hundreds of fairy penguins emerge from the ocean and waddle across the sand during the famous Penguin Parade.
Maximize your time while in port in Hobart and visit five top attractions in one day on this full-day shore excursion. Take in the views from Mt Wellington, browse the stalls at Salamanca Market (Saturday only), and learn about Hobart’s convict history in Richmond. After lunch (own expense), spot kangaroos, koalas, and Tasmanian devils at the Bonorong wildlife Sanctuary, and visit the MONA art museum.
Take advantage of your limited time in Tasmania with a 4.5-hour shore excursion to some of the area's top attractions. Complimentary round-trip transportation from port spares you the hassle of rushing to a meeting point in an unfamiliar place. Visit the Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, where you have the chance to feed kangaroos by hand. Historical highlights include a panoramic city tour of Hobart and a visit to the charming village of Richmond.
This small-group tour provides a comprehensive overview of Melbourne. Visit highlights like St. Kilda, the CBD, Flinders Street Station, Queen Victoria Market, the Royal Botanical Gardens, Federation Square, and more. See the city from the comfort of an air-conditioned bus, and enjoy a light lunch and artisanal coffee. Your local guide can tailor the tour to suit your interests.
Short on time? Explore Melbourne’s best bits, get up close to adorable koalas and visit Phillip Island all in one day! Visit Melbourne landmarks like Captain Cook's Cottage, St Patrick's Cathedral and Fitzroy Gardens; stop to browse the stalls at Queen Victoria Market; and enjoy a walking tour of the city’s neighborhoods. After lunch in the city (own expense), journey to Phillip Island to explore the Churchill Island Heritage Farm, get up close to koalas at the Koala Conservation Centre and watch the evening Penguin Parade at Summerland Beach.
Experience one of the largest local markets near Melbourne during a private cooking class taught by a professional chef. Take a guided tour of the market to peruse the fresh produce and select key ingredients, then go to your instructor’s home for a cooking lesson that covers three Australian dishes. Receive step-by-step instruction for each dish, then enjoy the meal accompanied by a glass of wine or beer.
Forget the 'sites' and 'attractions', Melbourne is a city built for locals. This is your perfect, personalised deep-dive into local culture and life through food and street art - the two things we do as well as anyone. This is not a group tour done in private, we have no script and no fixed itinerary. We take the time to get to know you and make the experience personal so it's exactly what you're looking for. It's an excellent 'day one' adventure that will change the way you experience Melbourne ...and it's perfect for people who don't like tours. WHAT TO EXPECT*Get orientated & gain unique local insight through food, art & storytelling*Meet the makers - the roasters, bakers, artists & innovators*Explore the backstreets, lanes & arcades of inner Melbourne*Visit neighbourhoods & local boroughs where Melburnians like to spend time*A friendly, well-connected & informed local host*Get personalised recommendations for how to spend the rest of your time
Watch the dreamy sunset over the Whitsunday islands on this evening cruise, sailing on-board a traditional gaff-rigged schooner. Sip a complimentary glass of sparkling wine and tuck into light snacks as you glide around Hamilton Island and Pioneer Bay, and experience the beauty of Airlie Beach at twilight as you drift back to shore.
If you are looking for a private tour guided by a Sydney born and bred operator that focusses not only on the city's iconic landmarks but also on its unique aboriginal heritage, colonial beginnings and the multicultural society that is today, then this tour is for you!!! As a general itinerary, the day begins as we make our way to the historic Rocks district, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House foreshores. We then journey to the Botanical Gardens, Mrs Macquarie’s Chair and the ever-evolving suburbs of Woolloomooloo and Kings Cross. Following the harbour, we venture through the city’s eastern bays out to South Head and iconic Bondi Beach for a water view lunch. From Bondi, we take a leisurely stroll along the beautiful coastline. We return to the city via fashionable Oxford Street, Paddington with our final destination at Darling Harbour. This private tour enables guests flexibility in structuring the day to best suit the group. Start and end times can be adjusted accordingly.
Get to know the essence of Melbourne from top to bottom. A visit to the 88th-floor Eureka Skydeck offers a panoramic overview of the sights you’ll explore next. Eating is a favorite local activity, so back on the ground you’ll stop for a bite at one of your guide’s favorite international restaurants and sip a ‘flat white’ or other coffee drink at a classic Melbourne laneway cafe. Test out the city’s seamless tram system with a ride to the bustling Queen Victoria Market, a perfect spot to pick up lunch provisions.
Enjoy five of the top activities in Hobart in one day on this tour designed for those who are short on time in the city and don't want to miss its best experiences. Attractions include Salamanca Market (on Saturdays), Mount Wellington, city highlights, the historical nearby town of Richmond, and the option to visit either Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary or the MONA (Museum of Old and New Art).
Go sightseeing in Darwin on a 5-hour morning tour that takes you to top sites including Parliament House, Palmerston Town, the Darwin Botanical Gardens and the vibrant waterfront. Learn about the Darwin’s World War II history at the Defence of Darwin Experience, with admission to this military heritage site included in your tour. Have time to explore the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, and stop by the Fannie Bay Gaol and Darwin Aviation Heritage Centre among other sites on this comprehensive introduction to Darwin.
Take in the highlights of central Hobart on a 2-hour walking tour led by a local guide. Stroll along Hunter Street and the Hobart waterfront, view Salamanca Place, and walk through a city park as you hear about the colonial roots of the capital of Tasmania, and see heritage buildings with Victorian and Georgian architecture. Enjoy a more intimate perspective on the city during this small-group tour that has a maximum group size of eight people.
This 2-day tour of charming Hobart and the surrounding area is ideal for travelers who don’t have much time and don’t want to feel rushed. Two days are enough for a comprehensive overview, with visits to Salamanca Market, Mt. Wellington, a nearby island, and a colonial village. Take advantage of some flexibility on your second day by choosing to visit a museum or wildlife sanctuary, or visit both for an extra cost.
Combine two sightseeing tours in one day. Gain easy access to Hobart via a Mt. Wellington (Kunanyi) explorer bus and a hop-on hop-off city loop by open-top, double-decker bus. First, a 2-hour return trip includes 20 minutes at the summit, with views over Tasmania and a range of walking tracks to explore. Then enjoy a 90-minute narrated tour with 20 convenient stops around the city. Guides and maps included.