Covid Safe

Sydney Sights & Sounds Walking Tour

Daily at 2:30pm
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Walking Tour
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4km / 2.5 hours
Starting at
Hyde Park - Obelisk
Finishing at
Circular Quay - The Rocks

Uncover all there is to learn about Sydney - Australia's oldest city - on this two-and-a-half hour comprehensive historical walking tour through the heart of Sydney.

Starting at 2.30pm at Hyde Park's Obelisk, you'll hear about Australia's war history before exploring the beautiful Queen Victoria Building and boutique shopping districts.

Walking along we'll venture down Macquarie Street to hear the stories behind the iconic sights in this street, before zig zagging across to George Street - Sydney's oldest street, as we head toward Sydney Harbour and Australia's first suburb - The Rocks.

As we get to The Rocks we'll stroll through some narrow laneways and uncover cutaways that are a reminder of Australia's convict past that dates back to the late 1700's. And you can't visit Sydney without checking out the Sydney Harbour Bridge...

With stunning views across Circular Quay, we'll sit down for a post-tour drink at one of Sydney's oldest and iconic pubs, where this tour will finish.

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Tickets
SINGLE TICKETs
$49.00
GROUPS OF 2-5
$39.00
GROUPS OF 6+
$29.00
We operate tours for a minimum of 1 guest. Prices are per person with GST included.
Private Family tour
2 adults + 3 Children
$189.00
2 adults + 4 Children
$199.00
  • Discover historic Sydney buildings and the hidden gems in between them
  • Hear unbelievable stories from Sydney's convict days
  • A wonderful tour guide to lead the way and share the stories
  • All digital photography taken during the tour
  • An afternoon drink at one of Sydney's oldest pubs
  • This is a point-to-point tour and there is nowhere to store bags
  • The nearest station to the start is Museum Station, the nearest station to the finish is Circular Quay
  • One drink is included in this tour, any additional drinks or food is not included

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.
Covid Safe Requirements:
Bring a face mask to wear as required
Bring your phone to check in to this 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 starts at the Hyde Park Obelisk. Corner of Bathurst & Elizabeth Streets, Sydney. The nearest station is Museum.

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Reviews

"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."

Mark
from
USA
about our
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."

Lucy
from
UK
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
from
South Australia
about our
Harbour Sights Running Tour
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