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Sydney: True Crime Tour

1. Sydney: True Crime Tour

Uncover Sydney's disturbing criminal past as you take a stroll through one of Australia's oldest settlements. Marvel at the stories of your knowledgeable guide, and discover the mysteries that lie beneath the streets of historic Sydney. Set off from the meeting point, and amble through some of Sydney's hidden alleyways and nooks, enjoying incredible photo and sightseeing opportunities along the way. Learn about stories that did not make it into the official history books, but which remain 100% true, if not also almost 100% unbelievable. Join an investigation into a dark and crime-ridden history, and see if you can put the facts together for yourself. Perfect for history buffs or lovers of true crime, this tour will engross you with tales of infamous crimes that unfolded right where you stand, and show you the dark side that Sydney has tried to forget.

Sydney Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Tour

2. Sydney Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt and City Tour

Explore the highlights of Sydney with an interactive smartphone app. Stroll through the city solving location-based riddles on a walking tour. Watch the boats enter Darling Harbor and view the massive metal arch of the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Encounter 10 of the most important attractions in the city as you walk. Unlock clues at each attraction to find your next destination. Enjoy using logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to finish the game. Feel the satisfaction of finishing each riddle. Pause and resume the tour whenever you want. See the city at your own pace. Uncover interesting information and facts about Sydney. Complete a puzzle at the exterior of each attraction and take plenty of pictures as you go. Starting from Darling Harbour, the tour route includes St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Sydney Town Hall, the Queen Victoria Building, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Queen’s Square, the Museum of Sydney, Customs House, the Sydney Opera House, and Harbour Bridge.

Sydney: Whale Watching by Speedboat

3. Sydney: Whale Watching by Speedboat

Reach speeds of up to 80 kilometers per hour on this thrilling whale watching day trip from Sydney. Discover the wonder of watching whales like humpbacks in their natural environment. Seeing whales is guaranteed on this trip, or you will receive a free return cruise. Select an afternoon or morning tour and have the option to choose a tour that departs from Darling Harbor or Circular Quay. Feel the wind in your hair as your captain navigates to where the whales are most active at speeds of up to 80 kilometers per hour.  Arrive at where the whales like to frolic sooner on a high-speed craft, so you can spend more time with these stunning creatures. Get up close to the whales with an open walk around deck. Sit on high back seats that are safe and comfortable. Return to your meeting point at the end of your trip. 

Sydney: Botanic Garden Self-Guided Adventure Hunt for Kids

4. Sydney: Botanic Garden Self-Guided Adventure Hunt for Kids

Are you ready for your next Adventure? Recommended for families with kids (ages 4-10) After booking, you will receive your play links via email or SMS. There is no need to meet a guide - You decide when you would like to play the adventure and head to the start location (Morshead Fountain Gates). Once at the start location - You and your team click on the play links on your mobile to begin your adventure and you'll start to solve the cryptic clues. Each clue once solved leads you to a secret location. This is a great trail for a family day out in a beautiful interactive environment. Kids will learn interesting facts and parents will enjoy a scenic adventure through the Botanical Gardens. The Mad Botanist trail is perfect if you are looking for an activity that will spark imagination and challenge young minds. The Mad Botanist has just escaped from his secret laboratory nearby. He is in the final stages of mixing his dangerous potion and needs one final ingredient to create a deadly plant species never seen before on Earth. Very special and rare plants are at risk from his deadly experimentations and time is running out! Professor Whiz needs your help to find the last ingredient and stop the Mad Botanist from succeeding with his evil plans. It won’t be easy; the gardens are tricky to navigate and clues need to be solved. Quick!! What are you waiting for? Your first clue is waiting… Start Location - Morshead Fountain Gates - Cahill Expressway, Sydney NSW 2000 Finish Location – You finish in the centre of The Botanic Gardens. There is a great garden café nearby. If you want some tips on where to eat afterward then get in touch or check the ultimate guide you will see at the end of the trail. Duration - 1-2 hours (may vary depending on how much time you spend at rest breaks) Go solo or play as a team - We recommend up to 4 players per team. If you want to play against another team then stagger your start times by 5 minutes, which is a great idea for large parties and team building. Play links are valid for 6 months after purchase making it a super flexible option.

From Manly: 2-Hour Hands on Sailing in Sydney Harbour

5. From Manly: 2-Hour Hands on Sailing in Sydney Harbour

Discover hidden beaches and experience the beauty of Sydney’s coastline on this 2-hour cruise from Manly. Board the yacht in Manly and begin your cruise through Sydney’s Northern Suburbs. Famous for its beaches and multi-million dollar mansions, this part of Sydney is best seen on the water. Learn how the boat works and help the captain set the sails and steer the yacht during the cruise. You can bring your snacks and drinks to enjoy onboard.

Hawkesbury River: Pearl Farm Express Tour

6. Hawkesbury River: Pearl Farm Express Tour

Discover the hidden gem of New South Wales. Get some insights on all the main points of how pearls are cultured in this area. Embark on a boat out to the farm on the scenic lower Hawkesbury River.  Back on land at the Shellar Door, the tour takes you through the seven virtues that make up the value of a pearl.  Together with a team, you will be guided through the entire 1-hour experience.

Australian National Maritime Museum: All-Inclusive Ticket

7. Australian National Maritime Museum: All-Inclusive Ticket

With this ticket, enjoy fast-track all-inclusive entry to the Australian National Maritime Museum. Climb the ship, discover the depths of the submarine, marvel at the exhibitions and learn about maritime history. Join a knowledgeable guide, who will share with you the fascinating stories behind the objects housed around the museum and on these spectacular vessels. The museum is home to one of the largest fleets of any museum in the world. Here, discover 6 permanent galleries displaying 13 historic vessels including warships and a replica of Captain Cook's tall ship. Enjoy a high-tech immersive journey that showcases the inner workings of the Royal Australian Navy with the Action Stations. Learn about maritime archaeology, science and history. Walk on-board the ex-Navy vessels HMAS Vampire and HMAS Onslow. After exploring the museum, enjoy a lunch at the onsite café for a waterfront lunch overlooking Darling Harbour.

Sydney: Kayak to Goat Island At The Heart of Sydney Harbour

8. Sydney: Kayak to Goat Island At The Heart of Sydney Harbour

Head out on a morning sea kayak adventure on Sydney's beautiful harbor. Paddle to the centre of the harbor to take photos by Sydney Harbor Bridge, before exploring Goat Island on foot with your expert guide. Escape the noise of the city, and simply enjoy the sound of your paddle in the water and the sea birds squawking above as you paddle in the harbor. Get up close and personal to both the built environs and natural wonders of the harbor, including its marine inhabitants. After reaching the center of the harbor, pose with Sydney Harbour Bridge for your guide to take high-quality shots of you. Then, land in a secret cove on Goat Island (Memel in the local Aboriginal language), and explore the area on foot. Make the most of this experience: Goat Island is closed to the public and landing is by special permit only, included in your tour. Paddle back via Darling Harbour, and take a hot shower, if you like. Take advantage of the end-point's proximity to the famous Sydney Fish Markets, and refuel with a great lunch.

Sydney: Smartphone Photography Course

9. Sydney: Smartphone Photography Course

Explore the back laneways of the historic Rocks area while you tell your travel story using your smartphone camera. You can learn to master composition as you discover the best spots in the best light. This is an educational adventure to give you the confidence you need to capture great memories of your visit to Sydney. Throughout your experience, your guide will help you make the most of the settings on your mobile. Your photographic guide will assist you with mastering composition, whilst also helping you with hands-on challenges to put theory into practice. You will also receive assistance with exposure control, and assistance with editing and enhancing your images.

Sydney: Botanic Gardens Scavenger Hunt Phone Adventure

10. Sydney: Botanic Gardens Scavenger Hunt Phone Adventure

Are you ready for your next Adventure? After booking, you will receive your play links via email or SMS. There is no need to meet a guide - You decide when you would like to play the adventure and head to the start location (Morshead Fountain Gates). Once at the start location - You and your team click on the play links on your mobile to begin your adventure and you'll start to solve the cryptic clues. Each clue once solved leads you to a secret location. In this Bloomin' Botanic Adventure, you will be on an adventure and escape the hustle and bustle of the city with this trail set in the spectacular Sydney Botanic gardens. This self-guided cryptic adventure meanders through the gardens and takes you past the best-hidden gems and ultimate viewpoints. Quick!! What are you waiting for? Your first clue is waiting… Start Location - Morshead Fountain Gates - Cahill Expressway, Sydney NSW 2000 Finish Location – You’ll finish near The Art Gallery of New South Wales. There is a great garden café nearby. If you want some tips on where to eat afterward then get in touch or check the ultimate guide you will see at the end of the trail. Duration - 2-3 hours (may vary depending on how much time you spend at rest breaks) Go solo or play as a team - We recommend up to 4 players per team. If you want to play against another team then stagger your start times by 5 minutes, which is a great idea for large parties and team building. Play links are valid for 6 months after purchase making it a super flexible option.

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What people are saying about Sydney

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The tour was pretty well organised and took us through lovely old laneways and streets of the Rocks. Jess is wonderful!! She has her own way telling the stories, and keeping us entertained all the time. I would definitely recommend! Well done Jess, you’ve done a fantastic job!

Get your guide gave us the wrong time - check with the actual company to make sure you have the right time! Other than that, it was very interesting and a great way to see and learn new things.

Booked a tour with Jess, super charismatic, great energy, good knowledge of what they were talking about. Had a great night and will be recommending to friends.

Very interesting hearing true stories from the history of The Rocks

Emily was excellent and we thoroughly enjoyed the tour