Monday, 5 December 2011

Going Walkabout in Sydney

JOEYS WALKABOUT, a brand new tour operator, has launched unique walking tours in Sydney. Exploring the city and harbour foreshore like a local with a local, tourists can choose from a variety of weekly tours in either English or German language.

All tours originate and end within Sydney CBD and explore the inner city and harbour foreshore. Some tours are walking only, others include some form of public transport, especially ferry rides. Tour lengths vary from 2 to 4 hours and generally suit all ages.

Every Saturday (German) and Sunday (English) morning at 9am LAVENDER BAY ROCKS. This popular 4-hour tour includes a ferry ride, a walk around Lavender Bay from McMahons Point to Kirribilli and across the Harbour Bridge as well as a visit to the Pylon Lookout and concludes on Observatory Hill, the city's highest natural elevation. Tour commentary includes colonial, military, industrial and sporting history plus other interesting bits and pieces. Stunning city and harbour views and photo opportunities are of course included!

Sydney's colonial history can be explored four times per week at 3pm - Monday and Thursdays (German) as well as Fridays and Sundays (English) a 2-hour guided walk through HISTORIC HYDE PARK & MACQUARIE STREET highlights colonial history and the various beautiful monuments and buildings of the era.

Other tours are about to be launched soon, so stay tuned for further announcements.

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