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Good we saw the aquarium and the opera house but we did not see the zoo because we dont have time and if you go to the blue mountain you will see a zoo over all it was good
Jon C USA
Sydney has public transportation to get around to these attraction but know you need to get a prepaid Opal card from select booths. You can refill them at many locations but only get a card at certain locations. This made getting to all these places much easier. The Taronga Zoo is special and we were treated very nicely with a volunteer taking us around one of the animal of Australia section for some 30 minutes. Toured the Opera House, OMG what a sight that was. The Aquarium was just okay. Kids might really like it, however.
Definitely worth the money. When we saw how much each activity cost we were so glad we bought the package. The Opera house was worth it but make sure you go ahead of time and book your time for the tour. Your pass needs to be redeemed for actual tickets at most of the places. The Aquarium was not worth the time or money. Very small and hot in the summer, no air conditioning.
The use of the iVenture card in Sydney was easy to use. Just pick it up from iVenture and use it. We used ours at the Hop On and Hop Off bus - a great way to see the city, the Taronga Zoo - a great zoo, the Tower Eye - nice views of the city.
Greg United States of ...
Great value for seeing many attractions in Sydney. We arrived late on a Friday afternoon and I was able to walk from my hotel in Circular Quay to pick up my passes by Pier 6 with no issues. We started with the Hop-on Hop-off Bus which did require an additional 10 payment, followed by The Sydney Eye, and the Opera House Tour. On day two, since it was raining, we used the Captain Cook boats to shuttles us to The Sydney Aquarium, Zoo, and Madam Tussaud's which were all covered by the pass.
Cheap and fast way to visit most of the attractions. This pass forces you to see as many attractions as possible, since you want the value for your money ;)
Best deal ever you just have to plan accordingly and manage your time throughout the day. Only issue with this they did not honor the lunch at Hard Rock Cafe or blue fish because I got the unlimited pass which they didn't tell you.
Took the Captain Cook Hop-on-Hop-off ferries. They were clean, spacious and not overcrowded unlike the Public Ferries. Stopped at Watsons Bay that had a tiny beach, a beautiful walk to the Lighthouse and you can see the cliffs and pounding seas beyond. Stopped at Manly Beach. A nice tourist area with lots of shops. Beach was great. Also went to Taronga Zoo. A great ride on the Cable Car to the Zoo. The Zoo has sweeping views of Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Also went to Luna Park. Sea Life Aquariums is disappointing because of the limited displays. Madamme Tussaud is great. Sydney Tower Eye is a good experience to see the city. Sydney Opera House tour is great inside look at restricted areas within the building, highly recommend this. The Australian Maritime Museum is a must. I love the submarine and the wooden Endeavour boat.
This saved us so much money on what we would have paid. But do your homework before you go ,as some places like the Chinese gardens only cost six dollars. But well worth it, and I would buy it again.
If you plan to visit Sydney and seeing some well known tourist attractions then getting this pass is a must. It's good value for money and you can get to see a lot with it.
excellent , out hotel room was not yet ready so we went ahead a took our first tour which was the Taronga zoo and the sea life , just amazing sea life was my favorite been to several aquariums , but this one was the best of the all
This pass saved a lot of money. And made things easy. I suggest you get it.
Dan G. USA
I feel like I have written so many of these types of reviews because my wife and I get a city/attraction pass every city we visit. I almost always find that these passes are worth the price. They usually save you a few bucks, but more importantly I find that it really pushes us to see and do more than we might if we did not purchase them. Sydney Opera House is an absolute must so taking that tour is worth it alone. The zoo is fun to see all those animals that are specific to that beautiful island/continent. So as usual, I highly recommend purchasing the Sydney Attraction Pass, go see that awesome city!
Excellent way to cover the great city of Sydney in one day. Particularly, the lunch cruise was awesome. The tour plan was very well thought-out, and at the end of the day we were big happy customers
We had a wonderful time. The Taronga Zoo was fabulous as was the Aquarium. The Sydney Opera house is awesome. We would gladly use Viator for tours in the future.
Great way to see Sydney, you choose your own pace to go to different attractions. great for short, 3 day stay.
I purchased the 3 Days Unlimited Pass and it saved me a lot of time and some money. I could go straight to the pre-paid lines to get tickets to Madame Tussauds, Sea Life Aquarium and Wild Life Sydney Zoo. I also went to Taronga Zoo, Sydney Tower Eye, Australian National Maritime Museum, Museum of Sydney, Powerhouse Museum, Hyde Park Powerhouse Museum, took the Opera House tour, did the Oz Jetboating, went on the 24 hours hop-on/off explorer bus and James Cook 24 hours hop-on/off cruise to Manly Island. It was a whirlwind 3 days!
The Attraction Pass was definitely worth it. It saved us money, and it saved us time by allowing us to use the pre-paid lines. I would highly recommend it to others.
Purchase a 5-activities option for 2 full days in Sydney. We actually only used 4 activities as it started to pout the afternoon of the 2nd day. A good value - visited Taronga Zoo 4, Opera House tour 5, hop-on/off ferry 4 and hop on/off bus 4. We were able to give the remaining activity to our Airbnb host.
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