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Walking, Hiking & Running Tours in Sydney

The sweaty way to do your sightseeing


Sydney, Australia’s largest and most iconic city known for major attractions such as The Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, offers much more than meets the naked eye. Visitors with a taste for adventure can hop aboard one of the ferries at Circular Quay to visit quaint, coastal suburbs such as Manly, known for its historic wharf and scenic beaches, or take a trip outside of the hustle and bustle of the city to the surrounding Blue Mountains. The CBD is home to many hidden gems too, including Wendy’s Secret Garden, a local artist’s green sanctuary, and The State Library, Australia’s oldest library holding more than 2 million books. Discover what makes Sydney distinct with Fit City Tours, offering a variety of running, hiking, and walking tours that explore the intricacies of Australia’s biggest city!


"I have done running tours in quite a few cities around the world - Running Tours Sydney would be at the top in terms of organization and quality of the experience."

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Harbour Sights Running Tour

"(The tour) was very knowledgable so as well as having a good chat I also learnt a lot about the history of Australia and visited the houses of the (Prime Minister) and the slave who was allowed to be a free man."

about our
Harbour Sights Running Tour

"We had a blast... Great little stories along the way and some very cool out of the way places we would never have seen otherwise."

Andrew & James
South Australia
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Harbour Sights Running Tour

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In the spirit of reconciliation Fit City Tours acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.