The Ultimate Day in Sydney Tour Designed Exclusively for Australia 2000 Travel

Our Ultimate Day in Sydney tour, exclusive to Australia 2000 travelers, is just one of many customized tours created to help the discerning, independent traveler join the locals, become part of the culture and get off the beaten track.

Gerry Fuller & Siamak Gholami SYD (2)Your journey begins when you meet your Harley Davidson tour guides outside your hotel this morning to be kitted with helmets and leather jackets before taking a scenic ride across Sydney Harbour bridge, past Luna Park and through the Northern Suburbs.  During your putt you’ll stop for photo ops at Balmorral Beach.  Your tour will continue along the Northern Beaches to Church Point.  One of your hosts will meet you in a runabout dinghy to transfer you to the family beach house where you’ll enjoy a three course lunch with Suzanne,  Piers and a few of their friends who are likely drop by to meet you. You’ll find Towlers Bay on Pittwater a wealthy, unpretentious hideaway.  It’s casual, stimulating and breathtaking.

Credit to Adele Hendricks

Credit to Adele Hendricks

Far too quickly your day will pass and you’ll bid your hosts farewell as you hop in the dingy to board your seaplane to return to Sydney flying low along the rugged Sydney coastline and over the Harbour to Rose Bay. From Rose Bay you’ll hop on the local ferry to return to Circular Quay and take the short stroll to your accommodation.   A day of Aussie culture like no other!

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Helicopter pub-crawl, Sydney
Join our helicopter pilot on a Sydney pub-crawl. Your morning will start with a glass of champagne at the helipad. After take off your pilot will fly the length of Sydney Harbour before flying inland to your first pub, built in 1860. After a glass of the famed Dr Jeurg’s Jungle Juice you will fly to the Hunter Valley, the premier wine growing area of New South Wales. After flying low over the vineyards you will land at the Hunter Resort for lunch and a wine tasting. Following lunch you will fly to St Albans and land on a sand bridge. Here you will join the locals in their tiny pub built by convicts in 1863. You will return to Sydney via helicopter having flown along the rugged Sydney coastline and Sydney countryside.

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