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Find the right tour for you through Sydney. We've got 233 adventures going to Sydney, starting from just one day in length, and the longest tour is 182 days. The most popular month to go is November, which has the largest number of tour departures.

233 Sydney tour packages with 2,261 reviews

UltimateOz - Gap Year | ULTIMATE Tour

  • In-depth Cultural
  • Active Adventure

UltimateOz - Gap Year | ULTIMATE

"The first few days of the tour were great with meeting everyone and going to base camp. Chloe is such a great guide and made the experience even better!"
  • €35 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Blue Mountains Sunset Tour 1 DAY Tour

  • Hiking & Trekking
  • Mountain Hikes
  • Christmas & New Year

Blue Mountains Sunset Tour 1 DAY

Oz Intro Tour

"The most amazing trip! It was awesome! Literally had the time of my life! Sarah my tour leader was amazing, very organised and super fun! Couldn’t have asked for a better tour! It was stress free and so much fun! So many many amazing memories that will last forever but a few that stand out was watching the stars on the beach at Fraser Island, the whitsundays were absolutely beautiful, snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef and seeing so many different creatures and being within a metre distance of a turtle ? and then a tour of the waterfalls and atherton tablelands, didn’t want it to end!! Would 100% recommend this tour to anyone who wants to see the best parts of the east coast! And bonus if you get Sarah as your group leader, she was awesome, so friendly and there to help whenever I needed her!! ??"

Best of Sydney & Blue Mountains Tour

Best of Sydney & Blue Mountains

Mountains, Wine and Wildlife 4 Day Premium Youth Adventure Tour Tour

Mountains, Wine and Wildlife 4 Day Premium Youth Adventure Tour

Oz Intro + Work Tour

Oz Intro + Work

"Fiona was a brilliant tour leader who was always checking we were alright and making sure everyone was happy. She was so helpful in helping sort out my onwards travel which I was pretty stressed about before the tour so having her help was great and such a relief. The tour itself was also brilliant and would definitely recommend to anyone going travelling."

Sydney to Brisbane Experience: Bushwalks & Surfing Tour

  • Walking Adventure

Sydney to Brisbane Experience: Bushwalks & Surfing

"Molly was a fantastic tour guide and really created an unforgettable week for everyone in the group. Her enthusiasm and kind spirit made us all feel at ease. She also was able to share the history of each place we visited and anecdotes that we wouldn’t have known without her !"

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Most of the Coast: Sydney to Cairns Tour

Most of the Coast: Sydney to Cairns

"Molly was an excellent gateway into all that Australia has to offer, she strikes the perfect balance between structured content and free exploration. Her passion for her home is clearly evident and made for a truly unforgettable experience!!"

Best of Sydney & Blue Mountains Tour

East Coast Explorer: 5 Week | ULTIMATE

"Had the best time travelling the east coast with our tour guide Zoe. Very approachable, fun and organised accompanying guide for our five weeks."

City to Surf (8 Days) Tour

City to Surf (8 Days)

  • €100 deposit on some dates Some departure dates offer you the chance to book this tour with a lower deposit.

Best of Australia Tour

Best of Australia

Contrasts of Australia (9 Days) Tour

  • Coach / Bus

Contrasts of Australia (9 Days)

"Nellie was an amazing tour guide and I had the best time ever! Great trip! The only thing I would Recommend is booking restaurants with more of a vegetarian variety but everything was great! My favourite part was swimming the Great Barrier Reef I was nervous but Nellie took me out and showed me and stayed with me until I was comfortable! Thank you for such a great experience!"

21 Day Emu East Coast Adventure Tour: Sydney > Cairns Tour

21 Day Emu East Coast Adventure Tour: Sydney > Cairns

"Kayla was amazing! Super helpful telling us what to book and where for the best experiences! She also showed us the best drinking spots and things to do at each stop! Thank you Kayla"

8 Day Koala Adventure Tour: Sydney > Brisbane Tour

8 Day Koala Adventure Tour: Sydney > Brisbane

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"Mitch was fantastic. Kept us moving throughout the day."
"Amazing time, had an absolute blast! I will 100% be doing another tour. Val was a great tour guide, and helped me with every question I had."

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Australia’s largest city, famous for its grand harbour front, Sydney Opera House, and being Nemo’s ever-elusive destination. It’s the perfect place to spend your holidays! With so much to offer, a massive harbour with plenty of waterside activities, historical buildings, and a multitude of fascinating tours to choose from, your Sydney itinerary is sure to be bursting with creative adventures!

Indigenous Australians are thought to have inhabited the Sydney area for at least 30,000 years, this means that there’s an overwhelming amount to learn about your destination of choice.

Whether you’re spending 2 days in Sydney, 3 days, or even a week in Sydney, we’ve got your activities covered for the trip. Here’s what we like to think is the best Sydney itinerary!

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3 Day Sydney Itinerary Overview

  • Day 1: Bronte Baths | Sydney Opera House | Walking Tour | Wendy’s Secret Garden | Golden Age Cinema
  • Day 2: Bondi Icebergs Pool | Bondi Beach | Bondi to Coogee Coastal Path | Lansdowne Hotel
  • Day 3: Sydney Harbour Bridge | Royal Botanic Gardens | Luna Park Sydney

Where To Stay In Sydney

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You’ve booked your flights, now you’ve got the task of deciding where to stay in Sydney so you can begin planning your Sydney itinerary. There are so many things to do in Sydney you want to place yourself in a location where you can take advantage of the time you have.

Here are two of our favourite places to stay in Sydney!

Bondi Beach is probably one you’ve heard of before as it’s become famous all around the world. This neighbourhood stretches out along the coastline and has a kilometre of beach just waiting to be explored. Bondi Beach is full of health clubs, lifestyle events, and some very elegant dining options.

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The locals in this area tend to be very active, go-getter types, so if you enjoy living life to the fullest, Bondi Beach just might be the perfect place for you. You’ll also find a lot of homestays and most of the best hostels in this neighbourhood, which makes it ideal for backpackers in Sydney .

Balmain is a neighbourhood in Sydney just 6 kilometres from the city centre. It’s home to the largest Italian population in the city, and you can see the Italian influence on every street corner. Italian architecture is sprinkled generously around the neighbourhood and little terraces jut out from almost every building.

As you can imagine, pizza and pasta joints are the main dishes served up in the area, and you’ll find cafes on almost every street.

Now that you know how to get around, here’s what you should be up to during your time in Sydney .

There’s a lot to do in this incredible city, from hitting the beaches to exploring then harbour and discovering the vast histories of this city and country. Sydney is easy to get around and a pleasant and sunny city to discover.

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Best Hostel in Sydney – Mad Monkey Backpackers on Broadway

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The Mad Monkey Hostel on Broadway offers really affordable accommodation in the most convenient place: just a few minutes walk from Central Station! You can expect a clean interior with modern decor. Hot breakfast is served every morning, so you’re in for a treat if you’re on a budget!

Best Airbnb in Sydney: The Barn on Prince Alfred Park – Central Station

The Barn on Prince Alfred Park Central Station, Sydney

There is no cooler place to stay in Sydney than this 19th century converted barn in Surry Hills. In fact, it’s one of the best Airbnbs in Sydney . Enjoy high ceilings, spacious rooms, and modern amenities all in Sydney’s coolest neighbourhood.

Just a short walk to Surry Hills’ trendy bars, restaurants, and clubs, you won’t find a more ideally located flat in the city.

Best Budget Hotel in Sydney – Wyndham Sydney Suites

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Close to all the best tourist attractions in Sydney, you honestly couldn’t ask for a better location than the Wyndham. Each room is modern with a clean finish, and they’re equipped with their own small kitchen and cosy balcony. If you’re someone who enjoys privacy and value for money, this is a great spot for you!

Best Luxury Hotel in Sydney – Astral Tower and Residences at The Star

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This modern hotel is the picture of elegance at its finest! Located in Darling Harbour, you simply could not imagine a better view! Luxury is hidden around every corner of this hotel and the facilities are nothing less than world-class.

Your first day in Sydney will see you enjoying the beautiful natural surrounds that Sydney has to offer and immersing yourself in unique cultural experiences.

8:00 AM – Take a Swim at Bronte Baths

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Join the early-risers in Sydney for a few salty laps of the Bronte Baths tidal pool. This full-size tidal pool is the perfect place to get your exercise in before the day has even started.

Waking up to an ocean swim is a truly Australian way to start your day! However, tourists often find that the water at Bronte Beach is a little too violent and volatile for swimming, so this is the perfect way to enjoy a beautiful saltwater swim without worrying about the tides. Blow off the cobwebs from your journey over to Sydney, especially if you’ve got jetlag, and dive right into the azure Aussie waters!

Enjoy the sounds and views of waves crashing over the edge of the tidal pool, knowing you’re safe inside its sheltered walls. Be sure to take your camera along for the trip, as the sunrise from Bronte Baths is nothing less than an Instagrammable sight.

Insider Tip: Try getting to the baths before 7 am, as watching the sunrise on the horizon is absolutely gorgeous from this perfect viewing spot. Check out this detailed guide to Bronte Baths for more information.

Cost – Free! Getting there – Catch the train/bus to Bondi Junction and switch to the 379 local bus. How long should you stay – 1.5 hr

11:00 AM – Take a Walking Tour

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Taking a walking tour of the city helps you to come to a deeper understanding of the sights you see around you. Learning the history of these sights allows you to take a lot more value away from the experience.

There are 3 tours that take place every day, which makes the rest of your day a lot more flexible and allows you to revisit some of your favourite sights for a more in-depth tour.

Taking a walking tour is a great way to get your bearings and on a limited trip, it’s the best way to take in all the main sights in a short amount of time. Heading off with a local guide you’ll also get to see some of the more off the beaten track areas you might not have otherwise known about. You’ll also get an insider’s perspective on the history and culture of this city.

Cost – $50 Getting there – Take the 379 bus to Bondi Junction, then take the train to Martin Place Station. How long should you stay – 2 hrs

1:30 PM – Take a Tour of the Sydney Opera House

Take a Tour of the Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House was put on the map by its ability to host performing arts on a continuous basis. The building hosts over 1600 events every year, making it one of the busiest performing arts centres in the whole world!

Your guide will lead you under the famed sails of the Sydney Opera House as they tell you the tales and secrets that the building has become famous for over the years.

Don’t just see this iconic building from the outside, head inside and learn more about one of the world’s most famous buildings!

Cost – $30 Getting there – Take the train to Martin Place Station or walk. How long should you stay – 1 hr

3:00 PM – Visit Wendy’s Secret Garden

Wendys Secret Garden Sydney

The wife of famed artist, Brett Whiteley, poured her creative energy into designing a gorgeous secret garden when her husband passed away. Her name was Wendy, and that’s how the garden got its name. The garden is half public and half private property, but the owners don’t mind visitors popping by to explore the garden and enjoy a picnic.

The garden overlooks Sydney Harbour and is the perfect place to snap a pic of the beautiful bay. The garden has been taken care of by Wendy and two gardeners over the past 25 years. They’ve planted many gorgeous plants and created intricate pathways that run through the grounds. This makes it the perfect garden to explore before settling down for a picnic.

The garden is filled with birdbaths and benches, which makes it a great spot to relax and do some bird watching if you’re feeling up for it.

Being an artist’s wife, Wendy needed to add an artistic touch to the garden. For this reason, she has placed bronze sculptures throughout the garden. It can be loads of fun trying to find them all. Most of these statues were donated by local artists in the Sydney area.

Cost – Free! Getting there – Take the train to Milsons Point or North Sydney stations. You can also take a ferry to Milsons Point. How long should you stay – 1 hr

5:00 PM – Catch a Screening at the Golden Age Cinema

The building was constructed in 1940, intended to be used as offices for Paramount Pictures. It was used for just that for many years, but in 2013 the building reopened as the Golden Age cinema. The cinema contains an old basement theatre that is now being used to showcase old films as well as new Indie films.

Enjoying this old theatre experience is a must during your stay in Sydney. Its old-timey feel sends you straight back to the mid-1900s!

The cinema contains an adjoining bar, where you can purchase movie snacks before the screening. Here you won’t find just your regular popcorn and coke, but there are a few fancy extras thrown in.

If you’re in the mood for a full-on meal, chefs can prepare your meal and serve it to you during the movie. It really is a great experience. If you’re in the mood for a light snack, opt for a sundae. They’re known to be the best sundaes in town.

Cost – Around $15 Getting there – Take the train to Museum or Central and walk for 2 mins. How long should you stay – With there being a bar onsite and food available, you can stay for quite some time!

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Your day 2 Sydney itinerary will see you spending plenty of time by the ocean and enjoying some wholesome musical entertainment!

9:00 AM – Swim in Bondi Icebergs Pool

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Bondi Icebergs Pool has become an all-year-round landmark for Bondi Beach. A dip into the seawater is the most refreshing way to start the morning, no matter what time of year you’re visiting Sydney. It may take a brave soul to venture into the water during winter, although the locals enjoy it just fine! Perhaps they’re a little more accustomed to the beach lifestyle?

The Bondi Icebergs Pool is an ocean pool that is by far the most photographed pool in all of Australia! It was built to look like a normal swimming pool but is filled to the brim with seawater, much like any other tidal pool.

Be sure to bring your camera along to this lovely pool as the turquoise blue water is something you’ll want to capture!

It’s a great way to start another day packed full of adventures by diving into this iconic beachside pool for a refreshing dip!

Cost – $7 Getting there – Take the train to Bondi Junction and either walk or get on the 380, 381, 382 or 333 bus for a 15-minute ride to the beach. How long should you stay – 1.5 hrs

11:00 AM – Take a Surfing Lesson at Bondi Beach

Take a Surfing Lesson at Bondi Beach

There’s nothing more truly Aussie than hanging ten on a wave at Bondi Beach. Learning to surf at one of the most popular surf destinations in the world is an absolute privilege that should not be missed while you’re staying in Sydney.

Each surfing lesson for beginners starts on the sand, so you don’t need to worry about being thrown in the deep end. Although each surfer requires taking a leap of faith to stand up on the board for the first time.

You’ll get the opportunity to feel the rush of riding your first wave, with the help of your very well-trained surf coach. Hopefully, you’ll be catching waves by yourself in no time.

During your lessons you’ll learn to ride a long-board, these are surfboards used to catch even the smaller waves, so riding a wave shouldn’t be a problem! Your lesson will include a wetsuit that you’ll be very appreciative of in the winter months. During summer, the water is warm and you may not require a wetsuit but the option is still there.

Cost – $85 Getting there – Walk to the beach from Icebergs How long should you stay – 2 hrs.

2:00 PM – Walk Along the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Path

Coogee Coastal Path Sydney

After spending the morning in the water, now it’s time to dry off and take a walk along the stunning coast of Sydney. The Bondi to Coogee walk is one of the most famous of the many walks you can take along the coast here and it’s one of the best!

The path will lead you past Waverley Cemetery, where it can get a little windy. This part of the walk takes place on a suspended walkway, so be careful during this section of the journey. You’ll then pass Clovelly Bowls Club and head towards Gordons Bay. Gordons Bay is a secluded bay that is the perfect stop off for a picnic or just a breather.

This is a beautiful way to take yourself on a self-guided tour of the coastline. Not many tourists experience Sydney this way, so it’s a ‘must’ to add to your Sydney itinerary.

This coastal walkway will lead you along 6-kilometres of the gorgeous coastline while taking in some spectacular views! You’ll then reach Coogee where you should stop off for a refreshment or a bite to eat before heading back to Bondi Beach or the city.

You can spend as much time as you want on this trail, it usually takes around 2 hours if you don’t have many breaks. However, there are heaps of beaches and inlets along the way where you might want to take a dip or just enjoy the view.

Cost – Free! Getting there – Starts behind Icebergs. Take the bus back from Coogee back to Central. How long should you stay – 2 hrs plus

9:00 PM – Listen to Live Music at the Lansdowne Hotel

Support the local live music scene at the Lansdowne Hotel! The hotel pub has become a local favourite for those who appreciate some quality live music.

You’ll be happy to know that an over-the-counter meal will only cost you $10, so you’ll have plenty of extra cash for the night.

Gain access to live music in the upstairs section for only a few dollars. This amount changes depending on who’s playing but is never anything too extravagant.

Sit back and relax in a candle-lit room while listening to the best the live local music scene has to offer. Rugs line the couches giving the place a cosy feel that encourages guests to sit back and relax. However, if you like to get up and boogie, there’s always plenty of space to do that.

The venue can hold around 250 people, so don’t worry about not being able to get in. There’s generally enough space to arrive late and still find a space.

Cost – A few dollars. The amount is dependent on who’s playing. Getting there – Take the train to Central and walk. How long should you stay – As long as you like… but don’t overdo it, we’ve got another great day planned for tomorrow!

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Mad Monkey Backpackers on Broadway

The Mad Monkey Hostel on Broadway offers really affordable accommodation in the most convenient place: just a few minute walk from Central Station! If you prefer to stay in hostels, this is one of the best hostels in Australia.

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If you’re spending more than 2 days in Sydney, you’re going to need a few extra activities to add to your Sydney trip! Here are a few of the best places in Sydney we think you should be adding to your itinerary:

9:00 AM – Climb Sydney Harbour Bridge

Climb Sydney Harbor Bridge

Over 4 million visitors have climbed Sydney Harbour Bridge! Experienced guides will talk you through the activity before your climb and lead you every step of the way up the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

The bridge towers 134m over the water, which makes the view from the top nothing less than magnificent! Tours are held throughout the day, from dawn until dusk, and the views change continuously throughout the day. We recommend going early in the morning to catch the sunrise or late at dusk to catch the sunset.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge has become one of the most photographed parts of the city, and there’s no secret as to why. This gorgeous bridge stands tall over one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world and now shapes the city skyline.

Don’t miss the opportunity to take part in an experience completely unique to Sydney. This is one activity you have to add to your Sydney itinerary if you plan on staying for more than 2 days in Sydney.

Before the climb, you will be equipped with everything you need to make the climb. All that you’ll need to bring with you are a pair of sunglasses and comfortable shoes.

Climbing the Sydney Harbour bridge was voted the number one traveller’s choice experience in all of Australia!

If you have extra time and want to spice things up a bit, you can even charter your own yacht to take you around the harbour. It might be the top end of your budget, but split between six to eight people, you can find an affordable option that still gives a memorable experience.

Cost – Between $140 and $280 depending on which package you decide to take. Getting there – Catch a ferry, bus or train to Circular Quay. How long should you stay – 2.5 – 3.5 hrs

1:30 AM – Visit the Royal Botanic Gardens

sydney Royal Botanic Gardens

After the excitement of the morning, take some time to wander these beautiful gardens to get your breath before the next thrilling adventure!

The Royal Botanic Gardens are an impressive 74 acres and is home to a variety of events throughout the year. The Gardens are a scientific institution and one of the most important botanic scientific institutions in the world!

These gardens were established in 1816, which makes them the oldest botanic gardens in Australia!

The gardens are open every day of the week and access is completely free! This makes it the perfect place to stroll around in search of some of Australia’s most beautiful plants. Plant and birdlife are abundant in the gardens, so be sure to take your camera along for the trip!

From the gardens, it’s a short walk to Sydney Opera House if you feel like exploring a little further. These famed gardens are a must-visit during your time in Sydney, so be sure to add them to your Sydney itinerary!

Cost – Free Getting there – Take the train to either Martin Place, St James or Circular Quay or walk from Central. How long should you stay – 1 hr

3:00 PM – Let your Inner Child Free at Luna Park Sydney

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Sydney’s Luna Park is now listed on the NSW heritage registry! Apart from just being an amusement park, the park holds history tours that show you the ins and outs of running an old amusement park. Although it has undergone major restorations in the past, constant maintenance is required to keep it functioning at its best.

The park underwent serious restoration during the 90s allowing it to run safely and efficiently into the 21st century. Luna Park Sydney has a rich history. Starting in 1935, this rare surviving amusement park features fantasy architecture and the art deco style of the 30s.

The famous ‘face’ entranceway to Luna Park has been photographed many times, and is what the park has become most famous for all over the world!

You’ll be given a park map when you enter that will help you decide which rides and attractions you’d like to visit most! On the map, you’ll also find interesting facts about the park. You can enthral yourself with roller coasters or scare yourself at the haunted Mystery Manor.

This historic amusement park is a great way to spice up your Sydney itinerary and end your time in the city with a bang!

Cost – $37 for the day. Getting there – Take the train to Milsons Point station or the ferry to Milsons Point Wharf. How long should you stay – As long as you like!

The best time to visit Sydney is widely up for debate. While there’s no wrong time to visit this gorgeous city, you should make an informed decision when deciding what time of year you’d like to go.

January is the hottest month of the year in Sydney, as it’s just after the summer solstice. In February and March, Sydney tends to get its highest rainfall.

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During April and May, the city starts cooling down considerably as Sydney heads into winter.

During the months of June, July, and August, temperatures drop quite low in Sydney which marks mid-winter. In September, October, and November the temperatures start to rise again-  during this time Sydney is at its busiest. Since it’s at the start of the season, however, we still think it’s a great September destination , especially for those in the Northern Hemisphere escaping fall.

December is the driest month of the year in Sydney and marks the end of the tourist season. This is a great time to book yourself into one of the cool Sydney hostels as prices begin to drop significantly.

Knowing how you’re going to navigate the city is one of the most important parts of your Sydney itinerary. In many cities, public transport can cause challenges to travellers, but luckily for you, Sydney is not one of those cities. In fact, their transport system is one of the best in the world!

Most of the locals in Sydney rely heavily on public transport. This means that it’s efficient and well organised!

It’s important to note that in order to make use of public transport in Sydney, you will need an Opal Card. This can be bought at a post office or a supermarket, so they’re really not hard to come by.

The train routes run a loop around the city, which is a great way to get from one side of the city to the other. If you’re looking for transport within the city, you can make use of the light rail, buses, or taxis.

Being on the coast, ferries are also a great way to get across the harbour and to other areas like Manley, when you take the ferry from Circular Quay you also get great views of the city and the Opera House too!

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Sydney as a city is considered a very safe place , especially for tourists. The little crime that Sydney does have generally affects the locals and not visitors to the city. This being said, it’s important to be careful, no matter where you’re travelling. Like your mother probably told you, it’s better to be safe than sorry!

Here are a few things we suggest you watch out for during your vacation in Sydney.

It’s advised that you stay away from higher crime neighbourhoods in Sydney, mainly during the night. These include Kings Cross, Fairfield, Redfern, Cabramatta, Campbelltown, Blacktown, Liverpool, and Penrith. This is not to say that these areas are extremely dangerous, but they’re at higher risk than other neighbourhoods.

When visiting the beaches in Sydney, be aware of strong undertows that can easily take you out to sea. They have caused many drownings in the Sydney area.

Sydney has many dangerous animals that could bite or sting you. If you get bitten or stung by something poisonous, it’s important to call the emergency number immediately, 000. These animals include dangerous insects, spiders, snakes, and marine life.

ALWAYS sort out your backpacker insurance before your trip. There’s plenty to choose from in that department, but a good place to start is Safety Wing .

They offer month-to-month payments, no lock-in contracts, and require absolutely no itineraries: that’s the exact kind of insurance long-term travellers and digital nomads need.

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Find out what people want to know when planning their Sydney itinerary.

Are 7 days in Sydney too long?

A seven day Sydney itinerary is probably the ideal time to see the city in full detail, without any stress or rushing. That gives you enough freedom to have an afternoon to yourself to rewind and give your feet a break.

How many days minimum should I spend in Sydney?

Sydney is MASSIVE. So 3-4 full days is the absolute minimum to get a good grasp of the city. Having even more time would be recommended.

What should I definitely add to my Sydney itinerary?

Sport fans should definitely add the Bondi Iceberg Pool to their itinerary. Swim some laps, enjoy the cool water and then head straight to the famous Bondi Beach to chill on for the rest of the day.

What can I do with three days in Sydney?

Three days in Sydney allow you to see quite a few things in the city. Make sure you include Bondi Beach, a river cruise that’ll give you great views of the Opera House and a climb up the Sydney Harbor Bridge.

Sydney is an absolutely beautiful city! With so much to do, this city makes the perfect holiday destination all year round! Be sure to pack your camera for this trip, because you’re sure to be surrounded by exquisite views all trip long!

Sydney has a rich cultural history that is sure to knock your socks off, so be sure to learn as much as you can during your trip! It’s important to stay mindful of the incredible city you’re visiting.

If you haven’t already, be sure to add some of our great activities to your Sydney itinerary and pack your bags for Australia . It’s sure to be one for the books!

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And for transparency’s sake, please know that some of the links in our content are affiliate links . That means that if you book your accommodation, buy your gear, or sort your insurance through our link, we earn a small commission (at no extra cost to you). That said, we only link to the gear we trust and never recommend services we don’t believe are up to scratch. Again, thank you!

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One of the world’s most beautiful and liveable cities, a trip to Sydney can make it hard to leave. The oldest and biggest city in Australia, Sydney is often mistaken for the capital. While it doesn’t hold the official title, this vibrant city is still considered the cultural and financial capital of Australasia as a whole. Glitz and glam lie around every corner, whether it’s art, fashion or even cuisine. But the beautifully natural landscape of Sydney creates a concrete jungle atmosphere that inspires a sense of wildness in its residents.

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18 Trips in Sydney with 28 Reviews

Best Of Australia Tour

  • Starts Cairns, Australia
  • Ends Sydney And NSW, Australia

Best of Australia

  • Best price guaranteed
  • No booking fees
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Chill out & Cultural, religious and historic sites Chill out , Cultural, religious and historic sites & Explorer 'data-more-tripid='5085'>+1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Flight, Private Vehicle, Boat & Ferry
  • Age Range 12-95 yrs
  • Operated in English
  • Brochure Price: US$ 4,799
  • Special Deal (20%): - US$ 960
  • Total Price from: US$ 3,839
  • Feb 22 Only 1 seat left
  • Apr 11 Only 2 seats left
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Australian Highlights Tour

  • Starts Melbourne, Australia

Australian Highlights

  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Natural landmarks sightseeing & Rainforest and jungle visits Natural landmarks sightseeing , Rainforest and jungle visits & City sightseeing 'data-more-tripid='23155'>+1 more
  • Transport Flight & Private Vehicle
  • Age Range 1-95 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 7,664
  • Special Deal (15%): - US$ 1,134
  • Total Price from: US$ 6,530
  • Mar 17 10+ seats left
  • Mar 24 Only 7 seats left

Southern Capitals - City Meets Bush Tour

  • Starts Sydney And NSW, Australia
  • Ends Melbourne, Australia

Southern Capitals - City Meets Bush

  • Activities City sightseeing & Nature and bush walks
  • Transport Coach & Train
  • Age Range 5-99 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 2,229
  • Special Deal (5%): - US$ 105
  • Total Price from: US$ 2,124
  • Mar 05 Only 7 seats left
  • Feb 06 Only 7 seats left

Beaches And Reefs Tour

  • Ends Cairns, Australia

Beaches and Reefs

  • Activities Beach & Marine wildlife
  • Accommodation Lodge, Eco Lodge & Hotel
  • Transport Ferry, Flight, Train & Coach
  • Age Range 18-35 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 3,255
  • Special Deal (14%): - US$ 449
  • Total Price from: US$ 2,806
  • Feb 17 10+ seats left
  • Mar 02 10+ seats left

East Coast Islands And Rainforest Tour

East Coast Islands and Rainforest

  • Activities Rainforest and jungle visits & Beach
  • Accommodation Resort & Hotel
  • Transport Flight, Ferry, 4WD Jeep & Boat
  • Mar 04 10+ seats left
  • Sep 09 Only 7 seats left

Hunter Valley Wine-Tasting Day Trip Tour

  • Starts Sydney, Australia
  • Ends Sydney, Australia

Hunter Valley Wine-Tasting Day Trip

  • Free cancellation
  • Activities Wine tasting tours & Countryside and village visits
  • Accommodation No Accommodation
  • Age Range 18-60 yrs

Tastes Of Southern Australia Tour

  • Ends Adelaide, Australia

Tastes of Southern Australia

  • Activities Food tours
  • Accommodation Hotel & Lodge
  • Transport Ferry & Train
  • Brochure Price: US$ 4,730
  • Special Deal (10%): - US$ 473
  • Total Price from: US$ 4,257
  • Mar 05 Only 9 seats left
  • Apr 11 10+ seats left

Capital Blooms Tour

Capital Blooms

  • Activities Natural landmarks sightseeing & City sightseeing
  • Transport Coach
  • Sep 20 10+ seats left

City To Surf Tour

  • Ends Noosa Everglades, Australia

City to Surf

  • Activities Surfing, kitesurfing etc.
  • Accommodation Eco Lodge, Lodge & Hotel
  • Transport Ferry & Coach
  • Mar 02 Only 10 seats left

Sydney To Brisbane Experience: Bushwalks & Surfing Tour

  • Ends Brisbane, Australia

Sydney to Brisbane Experience: Bushwalks & Surfing

  • Activities Active and outdoor & Surfing, kitesurfing etc. Active and outdoor , Surfing, kitesurfing etc. & Wildlife 'data-more-tripid='24508'>+1 more
  • Accommodation Hostel & Hotel
  • Transport Private Vehicle, Ferry & Train
  • Age Range 18-39 yrs
  • Brochure Price: US$ 1,349
  • Special Deal (20%): - US$ 270
  • Total Price from: US$ 1,079
  • Mar 17 Only 6 seats left
  • Mar 31 10+ seats left

Inspiring Australia Tour

  • Starts Palm Cove, Australia

Inspiring Australia

  • Activities Rainforest and jungle visits & Natural landmarks sightseeing Rainforest and jungle visits , Natural landmarks sightseeing & City sightseeing 'data-more-tripid='22822'>+1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel & Resort
  • Transport Flight & Ferry
  • Brochure Price: US$ 11,995
  • Special Deal (9%): - US$ 1,043
  • Total Price from: US$ 10,952
  • Feb 27 10+ seats left
  • Oct 01 Only 7 seats left

Southern Capitals - City Meets Bush Tour

  • Transport Train
  • Brochure Price: US$ 2,199
  • Special Deal (14%): - US$ 314
  • Total Price from: US$ 1,885
  • Mar 05 10+ seats left

Australian Highlights Tour

  • Activities City sightseeing & Beach
  • Transport Coach & Flight
  • Brochure Price: US$ 7,739
  • Special Deal (11%): - US$ 860
  • Total Price from: US$ 6,879
  • Mar 17 Only 10 seats left
  • Mar 24 Only 10 seats left

Tastes Of Southern Australia Tour

  • Activities Food tours & Beer and drinks tasting
  • Accommodation Hotel, Lodge & Resort
  • Transport Coach, Ferry & Boat
  • Mar 05 Only 10 seats left

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Sydney - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Bondi Beach in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Travel Highlights

  • Many visitors on an Australia tour visit Sydney to marvel at one of the most iconic landmarks in the world, the Sydney Opera House.
  • Possibly the most Instagram-worthy beach in the world, dip in Bondi’s revitalising waters.
  • Walk or climb Sydney Harbour Bridge for spectacular views of the harbour.
  • Eat authentic dishes in Chinatown, or keep walking into Koreatown and Thaitown until you find a cuisine you fancy.
  • Art Gallery of NSW is the place for must-see exhibitions.
  • A trip to Sydney Observatory is a great family day out. Or get romantic with a stargazing session.
  • Get up close and personal with Australian wildlife at Taronga Zoo.
  • Foodie’s need to take a visit to Sydney Fish Market for some of the freshest seafood around.
  • Slightly less famous than Bondi, the golden sands of Manly beach are a welcome respite.

Travel Tips

  • Get a rechargeable Opal travel card for free.
  • Many museums in Sydney are free including the White Rabbit Gallery and Sydney Observatory.
  • Shop at some of the great markets in Sydney and cook your own meals to save money.
  • The coldest season is June- August with the warmest being November - February.
  • If you’re dependent on Wi-Fi, consider a personal hotspot because the internet can be slow at times.
  • There’s great transport links, but expect to do a lot of walking in Sydney.

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World Tour Sydney 2022 Main Show Wrap-Up: All Eyes on the Future

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As World Tour 2022 continues to make its way across the globe, yesterday saw it unfold in Sydney amid a poignant milestone for Australia and New Zealand: the first in-person World Tour event in two years. But don’t worry if you couldn’t join in person or virtually, we’ve put together the highlights and announcements you need to know.

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After more than two years of keeping our distance, the Salesforce World Tour Sydney 2022 Main Show carried a broad theme: the importance of human connection, and how it drives us to do more and be more.

This includes bringing people together, but it also includes looking after one another in a variety of ways: caring for our planet, keeping others safe, giving back to our communities and working together to find innovative solutions to urgent challenges.

A keynote that focused on the future (a better one!)

The show began in earnest with an inspiring Welcome to Country, led by Gadigal Elder Uncle Allen Madden.

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We then heard from Pip Marlow, CEO & EVP, ANZ/ASEAN at Salesforce, who delivered a keynote that was celebratory yet called for action.

Echoing a sentiment heard throughout the day, Pip noted the event had the feel of a ‘family reunion’ — one with old friends, new inspirations, and a stronger-than-ever resolve to build a better future that benefits everyone.

“Values are our north star, and continue to be our north star,” she explained, before revealing that Salesforce had added a new value: Sustainability, joining the existing values of Trust, Customer Success, Innovation and Equality.

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Put simply, Salesforce is on Team Earth and is taking actions both inside and outside the organisation to achieve net zero emissions  — for instance, Salesforce has partnered with Queensland solar farm X-ELIO and will offset 320,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions.

“It’s not just what we’re doing ourselves, it’s how we help others.” 

This is the crux of Salesforce’s 1-1-1 model, which dedicates 1% of equity, 1% of product and 1% of employees’ time back to our communities. The more we all succeed and grow, the more we can help others. 

As part of that commitment, Pip announced two exciting grants to Raise and DeadlyScience – you can read more about the work they do and how they’ll be using these grants to make the digital economy accessible to everyone and prepare Australia for the future. 

In other words, the drive to innovate and succeed from anywhere is inextricably linked to our ability to build a better future — and present — for everyone. But innovation often depends on a new type of leadership, one that was on full display in Pip’s interview with Dylan Alcott.

A candid — and hilarious — interview with the Australian of the Year

Before becoming the first person with a visible disability to win Australian of the Year, Dylan Alcott was already a Paralympic champion and tennis golden grand slam winner. But, on stage, Dylan shared that he used to see himself in a very different way and experienced bullying due to his disability. To overcome those challenges, Dylan credits the support from family and mentors — and his overarching purpose is to do the same for others by giving back in any way he can. 

“Being a good tennis player is about number 30 on my priority list… It’s so much easier to get out of bed when you live your life with purpose. It’s not ‘me’, it’s ‘we’.”

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As an example, Dylan recently helped advocate for free COVID-19 rapid antigen testing in Victoria for people with disabilities. He also leads a consulting firm, where employees all have some type of disability. 

So how is he accomplishing all this? 

First, Dylan challenged the traditional idea of a stoic ‘leader’, explaining that vulnerability is a crucial part of connecting with others. Leading by example, Dylan shared the difficulties of overcoming negative self image and bullying. He said that it takes lots of hard work, yes — but it’s also about being yourself and knowing when to ask others for help, including seeking mental health support in the same way we train our bodies physically.

A Golden Hoodie for a meaningful purpose

It would be hard to follow a class act like Dylan — in post-show remarks, he called his own performance the “worst” on the stage but, sorry Dylan, no one agrees with you about that! Yet one of our favourite moments of the show happened when Pip awarded a coveted Golden Hoodie to Two21 founder Kel Henderson. She pointed out that it’s a great example of not needing to be a huge organisation to put a 1-1-1 model to good use.

Kel shared that, after one of his sons was born with Down’s syndrome, he questioned his purpose — and ultimately decided that he wanted to use his 25 years of IT experience in a way that gave back. This led him to found Two21 , a Salesforce partner and IT consulting firm that specialises in assisting the not-for-profit sector.

With over 800 Trailhead badges, Kel’s advice to other Trailblazers was this: “You’ve got all the tools. You can go and learn anything to do whatever you want.”

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Exploring why ‘wow’ needs to be a big part of your future playbook

Another motif of the day? Going from ‘wow’ to ‘how’. 

This underpinned many of the comments from Gayan Benedict, CTO and VP of Customer Advisory, ANZ. Building on Pip’s keynote, which explored the type of future we wanted to build and why, Gayan acknowledged that we’re in a “new world.” That’s left many of us asking: “ How is the new future going to work?” 

Practically speaking, it’s shaking out to be a business landscape where connecting with customers has never been harder — or more important. This doesn’t just require new ways of working, said Gayan, it requires a whole new playbook. And a new playbook needs to include a digital head office that can connect employees and customers from anywhere. It needs to facilitate the ‘wowing’ of customers.

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“In a digital world, your competition is a click away. To get noticed, you have to do more than just meet expectations.”

This sort of ‘wow’ starts with Customer 360, a single source of truth, and a digital HQ. But we also heard exciting announcements that will help Trailblazers build on these foundations and take the ‘wow’ to the next level.

The new Marketing Cloud and Service Cloud: marketing and service are better together

Lynne Zaledonis, Salesforce’s EVP of Cloud and Industry Marketing, joined us all the way from the United States to explain the exciting launches of brand-spankin’-new product innovations . These updates will help create even more unified customer experiences, threading together human connections and growing singular moments into lifelong relationships.

You can expect to hear more about these innovations, but here are the biggest takeaways.

Service Cloud: connecting even more data and creating more personalised engagements

  • New voice partnerships with Google and Genesys, enhancing the channel that’s still number one for customers looking for support
  • Greater field service flexibility by way of a multi-level offline briefcase , kicking off workflows and allowing technicians to access records offline, and a visual remote assistant , giving customers the chance to schedule virtual versus in-person appointments through self-service
  • “The Heart of Service,” new learning trails, a new community, and a new Salesforce+ series to help teams upskill reps

Marketing Cloud: connecting even more data and creating more personalised engagements

  • Advanced identity resolution , where AI will piece together a more complete picture of your customers — for instance, connecting the dots to clarify that ‘Sam’ is the same person as ‘Samantha’
  • Streaming insights and actions , creating signals that trigger workflows and notifications to other teams who might need to jump into help with a customer’s journey
  • Anonymous profiles , meaning you won’t have to worry about losing valuable customer data when they move from an anonymous stage to signing in

Seeing Trailblazers Xero and MECCA put it all into action

Our speakers gave us a lot of insights into the ‘why’ and the ‘how’. But the Main Show wouldn’t have been complete without seeing the ‘what’ — that is, what many of these principles and innovations look like in practice. 

That’s why it was so helpful to get an up-close look at exactly how New Zealand-based accounting software Xero and Australian beauty giant MECCA are stitching together customer data and turning individual moments into long-lasting customer relationships. 

As an example, Xero has been supporting more than three million clients  — largely small businesses — throughout the turbulent years of the pandemic. To ‘wow’ customers and provide deeper guidance during a vulnerable time, they’ve used Xero Central to help them connect with other business owners and keep learning how to use digital solutions to fortify their businesses.

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They’ve also used Salesforce to combine client interactions, track and document feedback from customers throughout numerous channels. This includes service reps being able to surface information in real time that’s right for each client at any given moment — they can see all activity on Xero Central, while voice calls are transcribed and automatically supported by Einstein to deliver the next best step.

For both Trailblazers, audiences were able to see visionary demos and follow a detailed customer journey, seeing concrete examples of how each business is personalising experiences at scale. To see these step-by-step looks at the ‘how’ behind the ‘wow’, check out the Main Show on demand .

Rounding out the show with singer-songwriter Bernard Fanning

Pip put it best: “No family reunion should happen without some music.” 

That’s when we were joined by Bernard Fanning, a Spotify favourite for many audience members, who stated that this was his first-ever conference. 

“It’s the first time I’ve ever played at 12:30, as well.”

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Hailing from Northern Rivers, Bernard shared experiences with pitching in to the rescue and clean-up efforts during the recent floods. He explained that, while confronting, it brought the community together — and it serves as a critical reminder of why Pip spoke at length about sustainability and coming together to address a rapidly accelerating climate crisis.

While we certainly are in a “new world”, the inspiring leaders and Trailblazers who joined us for World Tour 2022 prove it’s got a few big things going for it — namely, a new brand of leadership and purpose that’s bringing us together, fuelling innovation, and building a more inclusive world.

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Monday 3 October Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, NSW

Saturday 1 October Fellows Oval ANU Campus, Canberra, ACT

Wednesday 28 September Luna Park Big Top, Sydney, NSW

Sunday 25 September  ** CHANGE OF VENUE**  – RAC ARENA, Perth, WA

Friday 23 September Bernard Park Busselton, Busselton, WA

Saturday 17 September Stompem Ground, Broome, WA

Wednesday 14 September Palais Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Monday 12 September Palais Theatre, Melbourne, VIC

Thursday 8 September TBS Stadium, New Plymouth, NZ

Tuesday 6 September Michael Fowler Centre, Wellington, NZ

Saturday 3 September Auckland Spark Arena, NZ

Thursday 1 September Christchurch Arena, NZ

Saturday 27 August Darwin Convention, Darwin, NT

Thursday 25 August Munro Martin Parklands, Cairns, QLD

18-20 August Mundi Mundi Bash – Broken Hill, NSW

Saturday 16 July VIEILLES CHARRUES FESTIVAL, Carhaix, France

Thursday 14 July NUITS DE FOURVIÈRE, Grand Théâtre, Lyon, France

Tuesday 12 July L’OLYMPIA, Paris, France

Saturday 9 July Camden Roundhouse, London, UK

Wednesday 6 July Leipzig Parkbühne, Leipzig, Germany

Monday 4 July Berlin Zitadelle, Berlin, Germany

Saturday 2 July Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Wednesday 29 June Cirque Royal, Brussels, Belgium

Saturday 25 June The Theatre at National Harbor, Oxon Hill, MD

Wednesday 22 June Franklin Music Hall, Philadelphia, PA

Sunday 19 June Hammerstein Ballroom, New York, NY

Thursday 16 June Roadrunner, Boston, MA

Monday 13 June Massey Hall, Toronto, ON

Friday 10 June Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL

Tuesday 7 June Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA

Saturday 4 June Fox Theater, Oakland, CA

Wednesday 1 June Malkin Bowl, Vancouver, BC

Sunday 24 April All Saints Estate, Rutherglen, VIC

Thursday 21 April Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW

Tuesday 19 April Stage 88, Canberra, ACT – CANCELLED

Friday 15 April 2022 Bluesfest | Byron Bay NSW

Wednesday 13 April Riverstage, Brisbane, QLD

Saturday 9 April Sunshine Coast Stadium, Sunshine Coast, QLD

Wednesday 6 April Convention Centre Arena, Cairns, QLD – CANCELLED

Saturday 2 April Darwin Amphitheatre, Darwin, NT – CANCELLED

Wednesday 30 March Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, SA

Sunday 27 March Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC

Saturday 5 March 2022 Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong, VIC

Wednesday 2 March 2022 WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong, NSW

Saturday 26 February 2022 Heifer Station, Orange, NSW

Wednesday 23 February Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Newcastle, NSW

Friday 28 + Monday 31 January | MONA FOMA

Sunday 23 + Tuesday 25 January | MONA FOMA

Wed 17 Feb Oxford Art Factory | Sydney, NSW “Blue Meanies” warm-up gig

Thu 25 Feb Enmore Theatre | Sydney, NSW

Sun 28 Feb Sirromet Wines| Mount Cotton, QLD

Sat 6 Mar Womadelaide | Adelaide, SA

Mon 8 Mar Womadelaide | Adelaide, SA

Sat 13 Mar Hope Estate | Hunter Valley, NSW

Wed 17 Mar Stage 88 | Canberra, ACT

Sat 20 Mar Mt Duneed Estate | Geelong, VIC

Thu 23 May Anita’s Theatre | Wollongong, NSW

Mon 27 May Royal Theatre | Canberra, ACT

Thu 18 July Big Red Bash | Birdsville, QLD


Sun 9 June O2 Apollo | Manchester, UK

Tue 11 June Olympia | Dublin, Ireland

Thu 13 June O2 Brixton Academy | London, UK

Sat 15 June Festi’neuch Openair Festival | Neuchatel, Switzerland

Mon 17 June Stadtpark | Hamburg, Germany

Wed 19 June Porta Nigra | Trier, Germany

Fri 21 June Zeltfestival | Mannheim, Germany

Sat 22 June Rock the Ring | Hinwil, Switzerland

Thu 27 June Grand Rex | Paris, France

Sat 29 June Festival Retro C Trop | Tilloloy, France

Mon 1 July Tollwood Festival | Munich, Germany

Wed 3 July Killesberg | Stuttgart, Germany

Fri 5 July Rock Zottegem | Zottegem, Belgium

Sat 6 July Zitadelle | Mainz, Germany

Tue 9 July Les Nuits De Fourviere Festival | Lyon, France

Thu 11 July Guitare en Scene Festival | Saint-Julien-en-Genevois, France

Sat 13 July Amphitheatre | Gelsenkirchen, Germany


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Tue 25 Apr Pepsi on Stage | Porto Alegre

Thu 27 Apr Teatro Positivo | Curitiba


Sun 30 Apr Vivo Rio | Rio De Janeiro

Tue 2 May NET Live | Brasilia


Sat 6 May Center Stage | Atlanta, GA

Sun 7 May Beale Street Music Festival | Memphis, TN

Tue 9 May The Filmore | Silver Spring, MD

Thu 11 May House of Blues | Boston, MA

Sat 13 May Webster Hall | New York City, NY

Sun 14 May Webster Hall | New York City, NY

Tue 16 May Keswick Theatre | Glenside, PA

Thu 18 May The Vic | Chicago, IL

Sat 20 May Danforth Music Hall | Toronto, Canada

Tue 23 May Paramount Theatre | Denver, CO

Thu 25 May The Wiltern | Los Angeles, CA

Sat 27 May Fox Theater | Oakland, CA

Mon 29 May Revolution Hall | Portland, OR

Wed 31 May Moore Theatre | Seattle, WA

Fri 2 June Malkin Bowl | Vancouver, Canada (19+)


Wed 21 June E-Werk | Cologne, Germany

Fri 23 June Paradiso | Amsterdam, Holland

Sun 25 June Huxleys Neue Welt | Berlin, Germany

Tue 27 June Amager Bio | Copenhagen, Denmark

Thu 29 June Rockafeller Music Hall | Oslo, Norway

Sat 1 July Furuviksparken | Gävle, Sweden

Tue 4 July Hammersmith Eventim Apollo | London, UK

Thu 6 July Olympia | Paris, France

Fri 7 July Festival de Beauregard | HÉROUVILLE-Saint-Claire, France

Sun 9 July Les Deferlantes Festival | Argeles-sur-Mer, France

Wed 12 July Volkshaus | Zurich, Switzerland

Fri 14 July Musilac | Aix Les Bains, France

Sun 16 July Les Vieilles Charrues | Carhaix, France

Tue 18 July Batschkapp | Frankfurt, Germany

Wed 19 July Le Paléo Festival Nyon Music Festival | Nyon, Switzerland

Fri 21 July Colours of Ostrava | Ostrava, Czech Republic

Sun 23 July Hammersmith Eventim Apollo | London, UK

Tue 25 July Olympia | Paris, France

Sat 29 July Marks Park | Johannesburg, South Africa

Wed 16 Aug The Star Theatre | Singapore


Sat 19 Aug The Greek | Los Angeles, CA

Mon 21 Aug Terminal 5 | New York, NY

Wed 23 Aug Place Des Arts | Montreal, QC

Fri 25 Aug Budweiser Stage | Toronto, ON

Sun 27 Aug House of Blues | Cleveland, OH

Tue 29 Aug First Avenue | Minneapolis, MN


Sat 9 Sep Spark Arena (formerly Vector Arena) | Auckland, NZ (All Ages)

Mon 11 Sep Horncastle Arena | Christchurch, NZ (All Ages)

Thu 13 April Selinas | Sydney

Mon 2 Oct ANZAC Oval | Alice Springs, NT

Wed 4 Oct Darwin Amphitheatre | Darwin, NT

Fri 6 Oct Tank Arts Centre | Cairns, QLD

Sat 7 Oct Kuranda Amphitheatre | Cairns, QLD

Tue 10 Oct Townsville Ent. Centre | Townsville, QLD (All Ages)

Thu 12 Oct Great Western Hotel | Rockhampton, QLD

Sat 14 Oct Big Pineapple Fields | Sunshine Coast, QLD

Sun 15 Oct Riverstage | Brisbane, QLD (All Ages)

Tue 17 Oct Riverstage | Brisbane, QLD (All Ages)

Thu 19 Oct CEX Coffs International Stadium Forecourt | Coffs Harbour, NSW

Sat 21 Oct Hope Estate | Hunter Valley, NSW

Tue 24 Oct AIS Arena | Canberra, ACT (All Ages)

Thu 26 Oct The Village Green Adelaide Oval | Adelaide, SA (All Ages)

Sat 28 Oct Perth Arena | Perth, WA (All Ages)

Sun 29 Oct Fremantle Arts Centre | Fremantle, WA

Wed 1 Nov Derwent Entertainment Centre | Hobart, TAS (All Ages)

Fri 3 Nov Gateway Lakes | Wodonga, VIC

Sat 4 Nov Hanging Rock | Macedon Ranges, VIC

Mon 6 Nov Sidney Myer Music Bowl | Melbourne, VIC (All Ages)

Wed 8 Nov Sidney Myer Music Bowl | Melbourne, VIC (All Ages)

Sat 11 Nov The Domain | Sydney, NSW

Mon 13 Nov WIN Entertainment Centre | Wollongong, NSW (All Ages)

Wed 15 Nov Sidney Myer Music Bowl | Melbourne, VIC (All Ages)

Fri 17 Nov The Domain | Sydney, NSW

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Cockatoo Island Sunset Sessions 2024 Betty, Leah Senior, Jem Cassar-Daley, Caitlin Harnett, Georgia Mulligan, Mi-kaisha, Anieszka, and Euan Hart

Cockatoo Island , Sydney, NSW, Australia

  • Tuesday 06 February 2024

Milky Chance Go-Jo

Enmore Theatre , Newtown, NSW, Australia

Georgia Mooney

Avoca Beach Theatre , Avoca Beach, NSW, Australia

The Marvellous Hearts

Grosvenor Place , Sydney, NSW, Australia

  • Wednesday 07 February 2024

Jaal Gabriel LCR and Josef

The Gallery, Oxford Art Factory , Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia

  • Thursday 08 February 2024

Jack Davies and the Bush Chooks

The Great Club , Marrickville, NSW, Australia

The Royal Bondi , Bondi, NSW, Australia

Mathilde Anne, MAXON, and Dani El-Rassi

Pocket Bar Terrigal , Terrigal, NSW, Australia

Romanie GRXCE and teddie

The Vanguard , Newtown, NSW, Australia

Flowers For Jayne

Gasoline Pony , Marrickville, NSW, Australia

Cone of Confusion Ignasyo and Dink (AU)

The Lansdowne , Sydney, NSW, Australia

  • Friday 09 February 2024

Metro Theatre , Sydney, NSW, Australia


The Factory Theatre , Marrickville, NSW, Australia

The Bridge Hotel , Rozelle, NSW, Australia

Client Liaison

Drifters Wharf , Gosford, NSW, Australia

Crowbar Sydney , Leichhardt, NSW, Australia

James Reyne

Penrith Panthers , Penrith, NSW, Australia

Screamfeeder chimers and Yes I'm Leaving

Waywards , Newtown, NSW, Australia

  • Friday 09 February 2024 – Friday 09 February 2024

Distortion Tour 2024 Moksi

Hordern Pavilion , Sydney, NSW, Australia

  • Saturday 10 February 2024

Northlane ERRA, LANDMVRKS, and Banks Arcade

Blind Guardian

John O'Callaghan and Alex M.O.R.P.H.

Selinas , Sydney, NSW, Australia

Shelter EORA, Ben Hemsley, Girls Don't Sync, 33 Below, and EARGASM GOD

Manning Bar , Camperdown, NSW, Australia

The Radiators

The Sunken Monkey Hotel , Erina, NSW, Australia

The Abercrombie , Ultimo, NSW, Australia

  • Saturday 10 February 2024 – Saturday 10 February 2024

Spring Loaded Festival 2024 Jebediah, Regurgitator, Frenzal Rhomb, Shihad, Magic Dirt, Screamfeeder, and Caligula

The Entertainment Grounds , Gosford, NSW, Australia

  • Sunday 11 February 2024

Blondshell The Belair Lip Bombs

Oxford Art Factory , Sydney, NSW, Australia

Greg Arnold Things of Stone and Wood

Brass Monkey , Cronulla, NSW, Australia

The Co-op Club, Church Point , Sydney, NSW, Australia

Glen Street Theatre , Belrose, NSW, Australia

MAXON and Dani El-Rassi

The Petersham Bowls Club , Sydney, NSW, Australia

Neville Kaye

Club Turramurra , Sydney, NSW, Australia

Jamie Lindsay

Gosford RSL , Gosford, NSW, Australia

Human Noise, Such Big Water, and Potential

Lazy Thinking , Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Wanderlust Festival 2024 Steph Strings

  • Monday 12 February 2024

William Jack

Better Read Than Dead , Sydney, NSW, Australia

  • Tuesday 13 February 2024

Fran Lebowitz

Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House , Sydney, NSW, Australia

  • Wednesday 14 February 2024

Isobel Knight, Abigail Wighton, and Gracie Jean

Petersham Bowling Club , Sydney, NSW, Australia

Peter Black

The Midnight Special , Newtown, NSW, Australia

Smrt Casual Mainland Break and Dear Darlin'

Mumbo Jumbo's Beachhouse , Terrigal, NSW, Australia

Peter Black Solo and Raising Ravens

Midnight Special , Sydney, NSW, Australia

  • Thursday 15 February 2024

Fun Lovin' Criminals

Daniel Champagne

Sahara Beck

Zia Jade and ZPLUTO

The Lady Hampshire , Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Sydney Opera House Tour

Step inside and discover the legendary history and extraordinary secrets of the Sydney Opera House. Experience the life, energy and buzz of Australia’s favourite building. 

Also available in  French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Mandarin

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Backstage Tour

Go behind closed doors and experience the House from behind the scenes. Venture backstage through the corridors to our rehearsal spaces, into the orchestra pit before enjoying breakfast in the exclusive domain of our performers, the Green Room.

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Architectural Tour

Get your architecture fix on an in-depth tour with our expert guide. Hear how architects, engineers, builders and artists came together to create this UNESCO World Heritage-listed masterpiece.

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Schools Tour

Take your students on a walking journey to learn about how Australia and a man from Denmark, Jørn Utzon, created a sculpture on Sydney Harbour that changed the course of twentieth-century architecture and the city of Sydney as we know it.

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T ailored for patrons with limited mobility, g o inside and discover the legendary history and extraordinary secrets of the Sydney Opera House. Experience the life, energy and buzz of Australia’s favourite building.

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Tour and Dine

Step inside and discover the legendary history and extraordinary secrets of the Sydney Opera House. Complete the experience in true Sydney-sider style with lunch by the harbour at Opera Bar or House Canteen.

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Archie Rose Gin & Tour

After exploring beneath the sails on a Sydney Opera House guided tour, be led through a tasting of Archie Rose Harvest gins paired with Midden canapés and views of Sydney Harbour. 

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Taste of the House

Wine and dine your way around Sydney Opera House restaurants and bars to experience the culinary delights of some of Sydney's best chefs.

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French Tour

Did you know the special topaz glass of the Sydney Opera House was imported from France? Step inside and discover the secrets of this iconic building.

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The first performance in our Concert Hall was a program of works by German composer, Richard Wagner. Take a tour and discover the building’s fascinating history.

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From Don Quixote to the Spanish Harlem Orchestra, the Sydney Opera House has a diverse and rich cultural history. Take a tour and discover incredible stories inside this global cultural icon.

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Over the years, the Sydney Opera House has welcomed Yayoi Kusama and Ryuichi Sakamoto to the Sydney Opera House, and you’re invited too. Join us on a tour of the building’s extraordinary history.

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The Sydney Opera House has many stories to tell, from the Korean National Ballet tour to the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra performances. Step inside, take a tour and be moved by the beautiful design and history.

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The Sydney Opera House is home to a rich history of world-class performers, from the China Philharmonic Orchestra to the Peking Opera. Step inside and experience unforgettable moments and history on a tour.


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Badu Gili: Celestial

Badu Gili - meaning ‘water light’ in the language of the traditional owners of Bennelong Point, the Gadigal people - is a free daily experience that explores First Nations stories in a spectacular six-minute projection on the Opera House’s eastern Bennelong sails.

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The People’s House

This year, the Sydney Opera House is celebrating 50 outstanding years in the cultural and social life of Sydney and the nation. The free exhibition, The People’s House: Sydney Opera House at 50, at the Museum of Sydney and the Sydney Opera House, commemorates five decades of extraordinary performances and unforgettable moments.

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Join like-minded creative souls to explore the Opera House through an artist’s eyes in our free monthly walking and drawing tours.

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Blessed with stacks of natural beauty and glorious sunny weather, Sydney enchants travellers from all over the world. Often mistaken for Australia’s capital, Sydney is the largest city in the country and usually the first stop for international visitors. With its natural harbour, spectacular beaches and buzzing nightlife, the city makes a great first impression. It is home to such world-renowned landmarks as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, and the beautiful Darling Harbour.

From the famous Bondi Beach to the iconic Circular Quay, there are plenty of things to see and do in Sydney. Jump on a day tour to visit the city’s stunning east coast beaches and take in the unique architecture and historical city sites. Get to know the history and customs of the Gadigal, the traditional custodians of the area, and learn about the city’s colonial past. Or just relax with a drink and soak up the vibe and views of the picturesque Sydney Harbour.

There are plenty of must-visit destinations outside of the city too. Take a Sydney Tour to discover the spectacular forests and towering cliffs of the Blue Mountains . Sample some of Australia’s best wines and dine on delicious regional produce in the Hunter Valley . Or strap on skis or a snowboard at Australia’s most popular alpine ski resorts in Thredbo.

Sightseeing Tours Australia is proud to present the very best Sydney Tours on offer anywhere in New South Wales .

Sydney Day Tours & Trips

Just a short trip from Sydney, the Blue Mountains offer an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Most famous for the iconic Three Sisters rock formations, the Blue Mountains are also home to spectacular waterfalls and walking trails that crisscross through the dense eucalypt forests.

For the ultimate day trip to the Blue Mountains, choose our 1 Day Blue Mountains Deluxe Tour . The trip includes a stop at Featherdale Wildlife Park where there’s a chance to get up close and personal with Aussie wildlife. Next is Scenic World , where you can enjoy a unique perspective of the Three Sisters and Jamison Valley from the sky in the Skyway, before returning to Sydney on a picturesque boat cruise to arrive in Sydney Harbour.

Vino lovers will enjoy a day trip from Sydney to the Hunter Valley to sample some of Australia’s premier wines. Day tours visit three or four local wineries for tastings of the area’s famous semillons, chardonnays, cabernet sauvignons and more. Enjoy the yummy local produce with a winery lunch amongst the vineyards and explore the area’s charming rural towns.

Explore Other Sydney Sightseeing Tours

When you are ready for your next adventure, join our 1 Day Port Stephens Tour . This trip will enchant you with Port Stephens ’ striking beauty, magnificent marine surroundings, and fun water-based activities. Highlights include a whale or dolphin watching cruise, sandboarding in Anna Bay, and meeting Australia’s most adorable wildlife at Walkabout Wildlife Park.

To explore even more of our crowd-favourite Sydney tours and day trips, browse them below!

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Essential Sydney Tour Package

Essential Sydney Tour Package

See the best of Sydney with Blue Mountains Tour, Sydney Harbour Cruise & Sydney Opera House Tour.

Duration: 2 Days

Tour type: Large Coach; Boat/Cruise; Attraction

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Sydney Highlights Budget Package

Sydney Highlights Budget Package

Sydney highlights with a Blue Mountains Tour, Sydney Harbour Cruise & Sydney Opera House Tour.

Duration: 1 Day

Blue Mountains Deluxe Tour from Sydney

Blue Mountains Deluxe Tour from Sydney

Meet Australia's cutest critters and admire the stunning Blue Mountains with Scenic World tickets!

Tour type: Attraction

Blue Mountains Day Tour from Sydney

Blue Mountains Day Tour from Sydney

Spend the day exploring the Blue Mountains and meet Australia's cutest wildlife with a local guide.

Hunter Valley Tour Wine & Foodie Experience

Hunter Valley Tour Wine & Foodie Experience

Duck into cellar doors, try local cuisine and learn about the wines of this iconic region.

Tour type: Large Coach

Sydney City Walking Tour

Sydney City Walking Tour

Learn about Sydney's history on a guided tour through the historic Rocks district.

Duration: 2 Hours

Tour type: Walking; Small Group

Hunter Valley Wine Tour

Hunter Valley Wine Tour

Taste your way through Australia's oldest wine-making region, including a delicious cafe lunch.

Tour type: Small Group

Half Day Sydney Brewery Tasting Tour

Half Day Sydney Brewery Tasting Tour

Join us for a fun afternoon of tastings as we visit and tour 3 local breweries in Sydney.

Duration: 3 Hours

Blue Mountains Walking Tour

Blue Mountains Walking Tour

Visit the most beautiful natural wonders of the Blue Mountains on this local, fun small group day trip with fellow…

Tour type: Walking

Sydney City Bike Tour

Sydney City Bike Tour

Explore Syndey's parks, harbours, and iconic sites while cycling around the city.

Duration: 4 Hours

Tour type: Cycling

1 Day Port Stephens Tour

  • 1 Day Port Stephens Tour

Search for dolphins and experience the thrill of sandboarding on this action-packed one-day tour!

Tour type: Small Group; Boat/Cruise

Sydney to Canberra Day Tour

Sydney to Canberra Day Tour

Spend the day experiencing the highlights of Canberra as you explore the nation’s capital city.

Half Day Sydney City Bus Tour

Half Day Sydney City Bus Tour

Discover the best of Sydney on our 3 hour bus tour.

Private Group Hunter Valley Tours

Private Group Hunter Valley Tours

Explore the Hunter Valley your way with an exclusive, personalised tour for you and your friends. 

Tour type: Private Tour

Sunset Blue Mountains Tour

Sunset Blue Mountains Tour

Watch the sun dip behind the horizon, bathing the Blue Mountains in a beautiful glow.

Hunter Valley Winery Tour from Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley Winery Tour from Hunter Valley

Sample some of Australia's finest wines on this day tour with pick-up direct from the Hunter Valley!

Thredbo Snow Tour from Sydney

Thredbo Snow Tour from Sydney

Take to the slopes and explore the ski town at one of Australia's favourite Alpine villages.

Available Winter 2024

Sydney Sightseeing with Harbour Cruise

Sydney Sightseeing with Harbour Cruise

Discover the most iconic sights in Sydney both from the streets and from the water!

Duration: 5 Hours

Tour type: Large Coach; Boat/Cruise

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Sydney Half Day Tour

Sydney Half Day Tour

Discover the origins of this diverse city, see the best sights and watch the surfers at Bondi.

2 Day Sydney to Melbourne Tour

2 Day Sydney to Melbourne Tour

Explore Australia's vibrant capital, Canberra, as you travel through the countryside to Melbourne.

Tour type: Small Group; Large Coach

Sydney to Adelaide Tour

Sydney to Adelaide Tour

Explore Canberra, Melbourne and the amazing landscapes & wildlife in between as you head to Adelaide.

Duration: 4 Days

2 Day Melbourne to Sydney Tour

2 Day Melbourne to Sydney Tour

Stay overnight in Australia's capital, Canberra, as you journey through stunning scenery to Sydney!

1 Day Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains Tour

1 Day Jenolan Caves and Blue Mountains Tour

1 day tour from Sydney to explore the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves including guided cave tour.

2 Day Blue Mountains & Jenolan Caves

2 Day Blue Mountains & Jenolan Caves

This tour is packed with rainforest walks, wildlife encounters, amazing views, and cave exploration!

Adelaide to Sydney Tour

Adelaide to Sydney Tour

Explore the Grampians, Great Ocean Road, Melbourne, and Canberra on this epic 4-day journey!

Duration: 5 Days

Perth to Sydney Tour

Perth to Sydney Tour

15-day journey including beach stops, wildlife encounters and sandboarding before you reach Sydney.

Duration: 15 Days

Sydney to Perth Tour

Sydney to Perth Tour

Explore the natural & cultural wonders along the south coast between these two great Aussie cities.

Duration: 14 Days

Sydney to Darwin Tour

Sydney to Darwin Tour

See Canberra, Melbourne, Adelaide, and the Australian Outback on a 12-day adventure to Darwin!

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Generally, lunch is not included on our Sydney tours . On full day tours, you will have the opportunity to purchase your own lunch. You’re also welcome to bring your own lunch, but cold storage facilities will not be available on board the bus. Check the What’s Included tab on the tour page to see if lunch is included on your tour.

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London (7 December, 2022) The line-up for the 2022 finale of the World Match Racing Tour has been confirmed with ten teams heading to Sydney, Australia to compete at the WMRT Final for the Open Match Racing World Championship title 13-18 December in Sydney Harbour.  The event is being co-hosted with the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia (CYCA), home of the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, with five scheduled race days from Wednesday 14 to Sunday 18 December 2022.

The change of venue to Sydney for the 2022 WMRT Final follows the ongoing border closures in China during 2022, where the WMRT Final was previously scheduled to take place in Shenzhen from 6-11 December. Strict travel restrictions for international visitors to China since 2020 prevented the tour from hosting the final in China this year, hence the change of venue to Sydney with the kind support of the CYCA.

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Seven countries are being represented at this year’s WMRT Final for the Open Match Racing World Championship. Denmark, Estonia, France and Italy each have one entry, whilst hosts Australia, New Zealand and the USA will each field two teams for the event. Defending world champion Taylor Canfield (USA) and six-time world champion Ian William (GBR) were unable to attend the event.

Sailing on one of the most iconic waterways of the world, the race course will be situated just off one of the Harbours islands, enabling close spectator access as well as the stunning backdrop of Sydney’s famous Harbour Bridge and Opera House.

“We are very excited to see racing get underway next week on the iconic Sydney Harbour”  commented WMRT Executive Director James Pleasance. “It is the first time we have staged the WMRT Final in Australia and we are very grateful to the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia for co-hosting the event with us.”

The winner of the event will be crowned 2022 WMRT Champion and World Sailing Open Match Racing World Champion. The World Match Racing Tour is a long standing Special Event of World Sailing, the governing body of the sport, since 2006.

American Chris Poole heads into the world championship as one of the favourites. Poole currently leads the overall Tour Leader board, after finishing third at the Long Beach Yacht Club’s 57 th Congressional Cup in April, followed by a regatta win at the Chicago Grand Slam WMRT Qualifier event in August. Fellow Americans David Hood and his DH3 Racing team complete the USA line-up having had strong results at events in Los Angeles and Italy this year.

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Using the CYCA’s fleet of matched Elliott 7m keelboats, with crews of four or five, the strongest challengers to Poole will likely come from the home Club, with Cole Tapper and Harry Price representing the Cruising Yacht Club of Australia. Harry Price’s Down Under Racing has been a regular on the World Match Racing Tour for the past three seasons and was the 2017 Youth Match Racing World Champion. Whilst for Cole, this will be his first appearance at a World Championship level event but with local knowledge of the Sydney waters.

Nick Egnot-Johnson & Megan Thompson from New Zealand will also feel right at home in the Elliott 7s with their home Club, the RNZYS (Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron) also owning a fleet. For Egnot-Johnson this will be his first Open World Championship, having represented New Zealand at the 2019 & 2020 Youth World Championships.

Megan Thompson and her 2.0 Women’s Racing Team will be the only female skipper in the event qualifying through her results from five tour events this year in Italy and the US Grand Slam events in Chicago, New York and Detroit. Megan recently secured a bronze medal at the 2022 Women’s Match Racing World Championship last month in Auckland, New Zealand.

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Estonian Mati Sepp, Denmark’s Jeppe Borch and recently crowned French Sailor of the Year Jean Baptise-Bernaz complete the line-up. All skippers are new to the World Match Racing Tour in 2022, having qualified for the WMRT Congressional Cup as well as strong performances in WMRT qualifiers throughout the year.

The event format will include a qualifying round robin on Wednesday and Thursday where the top two finishers will gain automatic entry to the Quarter Finals. The remaining eight teams will then sail a repechage round on Friday for the final six Quarter Final positions.

The weekend will then see the knockout stages begin, crowning the 2022 Open Match Racing World Champion on Sunday afternoon. Racing is scheduled from 1200hrs AEST with live results available throughout the week.

For more information about the World Match Racing Tour, contact [email protected] or visit   For more information about CYCA, visit


Founded in 2000, the World Match Racing Tour (WMRT) promotes the sport of match racing around the world and is the longest running global professional series in the sport of sailing. The WMRT is awarded ‘Special Event’ status by the sport’s world governing body – World Sailing – and the winner of the WMRT each year is crowned World Sailing Match Racing World Champion. Previous champions include Sir Ben Ainslie (GBR), Taylor Canfield (USA), Peter Gilmour (AUS), Magnus Holmberg (SWE), Peter Holmberg (ISV), Adam Minoprio (NZL), Torvar Mirsky (AUS), Bertrand Pace (FRA), Jesper Radich (DEN), Phil Robertson (NZL) and Ian Williams (GBR). Since 2000, the World Match Racing Tour and its events have awarded over USD23million in prize money to sailors which has helped to contribute to the career pathway of many of today’s professional sailors. As a founding signatory of World Sailing’s 2030 Sustainability Charter, the tour is committed to supporting worldwide sustainability initiatives focused on reducing the use of single use materials, and ensuring the protection and health of our oceans.

Founded in 1944, the CYCA is Australia’s premier yacht club and home to Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race which in 2019 celebrated 75 years. Nestled in beautiful Rushcutters Bay, the Club enjoys year-round sailing on one of the most iconic waterways in the world – Sydney Harbour. The Club has a strong sailing culture in youth, women’s and open sailing events, both inshore and offshore.

In 1993, the Club established the world leading youth keelboat academy, the CYCA Youth Sailing Academy. Since its inception, over 600 sailors have graduated from the Academy and gone onto to achieve top results in the America’s Cup, Olympic Games, SailGP, offshore ocean races and World Championships.

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Sydney Sightseeing Bus Tour

Mrs Macquarie's Point - Rose Bay - Watsons Bay - Bondi Beach - Tour duration is at least 3 hours - Air-conditioned bus - A tour guide, not a recording - Multiple stops to come out and explore sights - A coffee-stop Their bus tour is the most effective and affordable way to explore Sydney. Join the bus tour and they will show you the must-see sights of Sydney such as famous Bondi Beach, Watsons Bay, Paddington, Kings Cross, Rushcutters Bay and much more. With multiple stops along the way, you will have many chances to get out of the bus to take pictures and enjoy breathtaking views. This tour will show you why locals love Sydney. For the schedule and details please visit their website.

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Due to the ongoing global situation, AJ Tracey’s Australian tour has now been rescheduled for September of 2022. All previously purchased tickets will remain valid for these new dates. Unfortunately, Perth had to be canceled. Refunds will automatically be issued within 7-10 busimess days.

If you are unable to attend, please contact your point of purchase.

Handsome Tours  and Astral People   are thrilled to announce the highly-anticipated Australian tour with one of the UK’s hottest rap acts,  AJ Tracey .  The 2022 tour will mark his biggest Australian tour to date and his first visit since the triumphant release of his debut, self-titled album in 2019.

Emerging via the UK grime scene back in 2015, the London-born artist has continuously pushed the boundaries of UK rap throughout his self-built journey. Combining a diverse and unique style with his innate talents, AJ Tracey continues to effortlessly make music that easily translates on a global scale, defining him as one of the most in-demand UK artists internationally.

AJ Tracey is set to storm onto national stages for the live Australian debut of some of his most prolific hits, while also promising the original come-to-be classics that launched him into the global spotlight. Destined to smash even more goals in 2021, don’t miss the UK star live this year as his meteoric rise continues.

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Date: Saturday, December 10th, 2022

Place: Sutherland District Basketball Association, Sydney, Australia

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Date: Sunday, December 11th, 2022

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British TikToker slams ‘crazy’ Sydney rental crisis where queues to view listings run ‘down the street’

A British TikToker who moved to Sydney last year with “no idea” there was a rental crisis has attracted criticism from fed-up locals struggling to find their own place.

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A British TikToker who moved to Sydney last year with “no idea” there was a rental crisis has warned others not to follow suit if they “think it’s going to be easy” finding a place to live.

London local Ellie went viral in December with a video documenting her struggles finding an apartment, comparing securing a lease in Sydney to The Hunger Games .

In a video last week, the travel vlogger shared her tips and experiences finding a rental, while showing what it was like in a “jam-packed” day of viewings.

“Competition is crazy for a place in Sydney right now,” she said.

One apartment in Bondi had “about 70 to 100 people” show up.

“It’s a queue to get in and then you literally couldn’t even see it there were so many people in there,” she said.

Another property with the “biggest turnout of them all” had a queue that went “down two flights of stairs and down the street”.

@thechaoticnomad Moving to Sydney is not all sunshine & rainbows… it’s also mass rejection, queues & a rental crisis 🥵 (but it’s worth it!!) Here to share the highs and lows, with lots of tips to help you have a less chaotic experience than me 🙏 #sydneyrentalcrisis #movingtosydney #movingtoaustralia #movetosydneywithme #rentalcrisissydney #sydneyhousingcrisis #sydneyrentalmarket #australiarentalcrisis #britishinaustralia #britishinsydney ♬ love nwantinti (ah ah ah) - CKay

“The estate agent was calling people’s names like a register at school and it took so long for us to get in and see it,” she said.

The video has been viewed more than 2.3 million times on TikTok since last week and attracted thousands of comments.

“Imagine how the locals feel,” one man wrote.

“New title — do not move to a new country without doing some research,” another said.

A third wrote, “It’s not just Sydney. It’s Melbourne, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast and here in Brisbane too. A lot of people are moving here on a whim and it’s making the rental crisis worse.”

One pointed out “this is exactly what it’s like as an Aussie moving to London” while many noted it was the same story in much of America and Europe.

“Canada, UK, Australia, Germany, France, Belgium … no available housing. Nothing whatsoever,” one wrote.

Ellie said she had ‘no idea’ there was a rental crisis when she moved to Australia last year. Picture: @thechaoticnomad/TikTok

Ellie was eventually able to find an apartment and has given advice to other renters, listing the things she wished she had known when starting out.

In addition to proactively providing landlords with a tenant ledger showing previous rental history, she said one of the most important things was to “stop looking” for places “at your max budget”.

“You can’t afford it,” she said.

“It’s actually over budget because there’s always going to be someone who has more money than you who is in a stronger financial situation who is offering over asking and more months upfront, and the most important thing for a landlord is money.”

She recommended instead “that you look under budget so that you’re then in a position to offer more, and if you’re able to offer a couple months upfront that’s also going to help you”.

Ellie conceded this tip was “going to rub people up the wrong way” but “people are always going to offer more”.

“That’s the advice I was given and up until that point I’d had absolutely no luck, but as soon as I did that we found a place,” she said.

“So thank you to everyone that gave me that advice back when I was looking last year because I do truly believe I just wouldn’t have found anywhere in those desirable locations if I hadn’t done that.”

The British travel vlogger previously compared Sydney to The Hunger Games. Picture: @thechaoticnomad/TikTok

In most states, tenants are allowed to offer more than the advertised rental price in an attempt to secure the rental.

But the practice of rental bidding — where an owner or real estate agent “solicits or invites an offer of rent that is higher than the advertised” — has been banned in most states and territories, except the Northern Territory, in recent years as state governments attempt to beef-up the rights of tenants.

On Sunday, Queensland Premier Steven Miles announced “all types” of the practice would soon be banned.

“We’re banning all types of rental bidding in Queensland,” Mr Miles said on social media.

“Renters shouldn’t be played off against each other when trying to secure a home. It should be a level playing field. That’s why we are banning rent bidding.”

The new policy is part of a $160 million renter relief package announced by the government in Queensland today as the state tackles a housing crisis.

In a raft of proposed changes, the government said it would tackle the “unfair” practice of rental bidding and provide bridging loans for rental bonds.

“A new rental sector Code of Conduct will be explored with all parties to crack down on dodgy and unprofessional practices and ensure better protections for renters,” a government spokesman told the Sunday Mail .

“Rent bidding (where prospective tenants are encouraged to outbid each other for properties) will be banned and penalties will be enforced against agents who engage or encourage these practices.”

Australia’s rental crisis is tipped to worsen in 2024 with supply at record lows. Picture: @thechaoticnomad/TikTok

Australia’s rental supply fell to a record low in December as strong population growth continued to drive demand, according to the PropTrack Rental Report published last week.

The national rental vacancy rate also remained at a near-record low of 1.1 per cent, compared with 1.3 per cent in December 2022.

“The rental market was characterised by low supply and strong demand in 2023,” said PropTrack director of economic research Cameron Kusher.

“These conditions made it difficult for renters to find accommodation and saw landlords increase rents, a trend likely to continue in 2024. While we expect rents to continue to rise this year, it’s likely that the rate of growth will slow. The already higher cost of renting and overall increase in the cost of living will limit rent price increases moving forward.”

But with “total rental listing volumes at historic lows and well below their decade average, rental conditions are likely to remain challenged”.

“There is a critical need for additional housing, particularly in the major capital cities,” Mr Kusher said. “Serious consideration needs to be given to the financing of these projects and the capacity to build the volume of housing we need.”

New rental listings on in December were 4.6 per cent lower than the previous year and 20.7 per cent below the 10-year December average.

Total rental listings were at a record low, down 4.7 per cent annually to sit 30.2 per cent below the December decade average, PropTrack found.

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“Limited supply and high demand saw rental prices skyrocket in 2023, with the median advertised rent on rising 11.5 per cent over the year to sit at $580 per week,” PropTrack said.

“However, 2023 saw a slower rate of rental price growth than the 15.6 per cent increase in 2022.”

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