Explore the biggest city in Australia’s at your own pace during a Hop-on Hop-off Sydney Bus Tour! See the famous Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach, Sydney Tower Eye, St. Mary’s Cathedral, and much more! When the Sydney Harbor Bridge was built, the structure required so much paint that the original color of the bridge was grey because that was the only available color. Discover Sydney on a Hop-on Hop-off bus tour that covers the main highlights of the city and makes over 23 stops. Or, you can enjoy on a hop-on hop-off cruise with attraction upgrade options. You can even combine two hop-on hop-off tours in one: one of Sydney, and the other for the Blue Mountains. For a special experience of Sydney, see Sydney on a hop-on hop-off bus tour during the day and fill your evening with a harbor dinner cruise. It’s one of the best things to do in Sydney!
Big Bus Sydney Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus: You can explore the best of city at your pace – Sydney Tower Eye, Royal Botanical Gardens, Bondi Beach & more!
Captain Cook Hop-On, Hop-Off Cruise: Explore the splendid Harbour and nearby attractions with easy access – Luna Park, Taronga Zoo, Shark Island, Watsons Bay & more!
Both the Big Bus Sydney bus and the Captain Cook cruise covers top 2 attractions – Sydney Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge along with Darling Harbour
Blue Mountains Hop-On, Hop-Off Bus: Visit the UNESCO World Heritage listed attraction – Blue Mountains region, where you can see the famous Three Sisters formation and other sites.
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Nice way to see Sydney at a limited time. Driver was helpful and friendly.
Only in Sydney for the day, I found the trip to be easy to find from Central Train Station. Getting the ticket was quick and the bus was already to go. The supplied headphones provided as useful idea of where we were going and the key sights and stops. I ended up also taking the Bondi trip and using the bus to get me near to the Sydney Eye. I have arthritis, which makes walking difficult, so having someone else do all the work made the entire trip enjoyable and worthwhile.
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