With a professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. You will have a chance to explore the city while hearing fascinating facts and legends. Did you know that The Sydney Harbour Bridge is nicknamed “The Coathanger” because of its arch-based design? Or that The little beach in Sydney is McKell Beach at Darling Point, accessible only by boat at low tide? Also, Sydney officially became a city in 1842. You will be surprised after knowing the hidden stories in the streets, buildings, and corners of Sydney. Your charming guide will tell you what is special and unique about living in this city. It is perfect for people visiting the city for the first time and who want to get the most out of it.

* A local and charismatic guide will guide you.

* You will hear the stories and legends of the city.

* You will visit charming places.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Sydney Tower Eye Admission fee
  • St. Mary's Cathedral Admission fee

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Queen Victoria Building (QVB)

    It is a heritage-listed late-nineteenth-century building designed by architect George McRae located at 429-481 George Street in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It was built as a marketplace, but it was later used for other purposes, remodeled, and decayed until it was restored and returned to its original use in the late twentieth century. The structure has four main shopping floors with 180 of Sydney's finest fashion boutiques, jewelry stores, homewares, and delightful cafes and restaurants.

  • 2

    Sydney Tower Eye

    Sydney Tower is the tallest structure in Sydney and the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere. Tower stands 309 meters above Sydney's central business district (CBD). It is one of the city's most recognizable tourist attractions, visible from vantage points throughout the city and neighboring suburbs.

  • 3

    St. Mary's Cathedral

    St Mary's Cathedral is Australia's first Catholic chapel, built in local sandstone in the Gothic Revival style, reminiscent of Europe's great medieval cathedrals.

  • 4

    Australian Museum

    The first thing that you will notice in the hall is a group of African lions. They were first installed in 1910 when people hailed the dioramas as the 'Way forward in the world of exhibitions.

Meeting Point

Main gates of the Sydney Opera House; Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.