Spectacular Sydney

The Spectacular Sydney tour is a thorough introduction to Sydney and its neighbours. This tour combines both morning and afternoon tours to create a full day tour of Sydney sightseeing. In the morning, you will travel to Manly Beach for a wonderful stroll along The Corso to see the beach that has made Manly famous. Along the way to Manly, you will view Darling Harbour and then cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Stop at Milsons Point for spectacular views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Stop at North Head Lookout for a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy your time at Manly beach before heading back to Sydney. You may choose to upgrade to include a luncheon cruise. If you choose not to upgrade to any additional options, you will have a 2 hour break prior to returning to the coach for your afternoon portion of the tour.

For the afternoon tour, you will tour through the historic Rocks area and take in views of the Opera House, Hyde Park, St Mary’s Cathedral, Parliament House and the Art Gallery. Stop at Mrs Macquarie’s Chair for magnificent views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. See the colourful Royal Botanic Gardens on your way to visit The Gap and enjoy stunning views. Stop at the world-famous Bondi Beach and enjoy the spectacular scenery. Join the coach for your return to Sydney, travelling through Paddington, the exclusive Eastern suburbs and Rushcutters Bay.


  • The Rocks
  • Milsons Point
  • North Head Lookout
  • Mrs Macquarie's Chair
  • The Gap
  • Bondi Beach
  • Manly


  • Full day tour with informative commentary
  • Free time (approximately 2 hrs) for lunch at Darling Harbour


Departs: 7.00am - 8.15am daily from selected city hotels.
Returns: 5.45pm

Complimentary hotel pick ups are available. Please request at the time of booking.

Additional Info

Children: 15 years and under are charged at the child rate
What to Bring: Comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen, water bottle, camera and a jacket in cooler months
Tour Code: J63
Operated By: AAT Kings