This tour starts at 7am in Sydney's Chinatown. Running past the Chinatown gates and the newly-developed Darling Square, we will spill onto the beautiful path around Darling Harbour. We'll tuck back into the formerly industrial neighbourhood of Pyrmont, once known for its quarries and sugar refinery, now waterfront land home to The Star and Google. Our only elevation for the morning is up and over the Anzac Bridge, where you're treated to a bird's-eye view of our route. Our run continues along the Glebe foreshore, past a Walter Burley Griffin design, and finishing the Fish Markets with a coffee at Blackwattle Deli (or bubble tea if you prefer). This tour is water views nearly the entire way, with hidden gems of history to be discovered. You can feel free to linger and do some seafood shopping, and your tour guide will assist you in the short walk to return to Darling Harbour.
• Please wear clothes suitable for this activity including appropriate footwear.
• You may like to bring a water bottle, though there are water taps throughout the tour.
We aim to make our tours accessible for each and every guest:
• For guests with wheelchairs and prams, we can generally make slight alterations to our tour route.
• For guests who are vision-impaired, we can generally provide a guide to assist you.
We many need additional lead time to make these arrangements, so please contact us to discuss your requirements.
This tour meets at Chinatown Light Rail Station, outside Starbucks, at corner of George Street and Campbell Streets, Sydney. The nearest train station is Central or Town Hall. The nearest light rail station is the L2/L3 stop at Chinatown. The L1 Paddy's Market light rail stop is a short walk from the start point.