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5D 4N

Sydney City / Blue Mountain / Port Stephens 

Day 01  (Arrival)/ Sydney City Tour (-)

Upon arrival at Sydney airport, meet & greet our representative, proceed on a City Sightseeing. (Hotel check in is at 2.00pm).

Start with Mrs Macquaries Point for photo shot. It is known as Lady Macquarie's Chair, provides one of the best vantage points in Sydney. The historic chair was carved out of a rock ledge for Governor Lachlan Macquarie's wife, Elizabeth, as  she was known to visit the area and sit enjoying the panoramic views of the harbour. This spot provides excellent views west across the harbour to the Bridge and the Mountains in the far distance. Looking north and east you can see Kirribilli House, Pinchgut Island and the Navy dockyards at Wooloomooloo. The views from Mrs Macquarie's Chair are still enjoyed today, over 150 years later, by hundreds of Sydney siders and tourists each day.

Next, proceed to Sydney Opera House (only outside view) which sits on Bennelong Point named after Woollarawarre Bennelong, a senior Eora man at the time of the arrival of British colonisers in Australia in 1788. The original cost estimate to build it was $7 million. The final cost was $102 million and it was largely paid for by a State Lottery which took 14 years from 1959 and was opened by Queen Elizabeth II on 20th October, 1973 with total 10,000 construction workers involved.


Paul Robeson was the first person to perform at Sydney Opera House in 1960, he climbed the scaffolding and sang Ol' Man River to the construction workers as they ate lunch.  It was added to UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2007 


After Opera House, visit The Rocks area for photo shot, a neighbourhood of historic laneways in the shadow of Sydney Harbour Bridge. Locals and tourists mingle at the open-air Rocks Markets, purchasing street food and handmade fashions. The area has some of Sydney’s oldest pubs and many of the upscale restaurants have harbour views. The Museum of Contemporary Art offers local and international exhibits. Buskers perform along the busy harbor front promenade.


Visit, St Mary Cathedral and photo shot, a landmark and a beacon of hope for those who share the Catholic faith. It is a source of inspiration and the spiritual home of Sydney’s Catholic community. The Minor Basilica is the Cathedral church of the Archdiocese of Sydney and the seat of the Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher OP. It overlooks the Sydney Central Business District and opposite the equally iconic Hyde Park.


Next, proceed to discover Bondi Beach is an iconic stretch of fine sand and curling waves and one of the world’s most famous beach destinations, offers visitors insights into Australia’s easy-going beach culture. Picnics and fish and chips on the beach are popular or dine out at one of the vibrant cafés and bars overlooking the beach on Campbell Parade and in nearby streets. 


Watch the skill of board-riders surfing near the beach’s southern end. You’ll find public showers on the beach to wash off the salt after a swim in the ocean.


If you happen to be there on weekends mingle with locals at Bondi Farmers  Market on Saturday a very well-received weekend event. The Market brings you fresh seasonal fruit & vegetables, organically grown meat & poultry, just picked flowers, artisan breads, homemade jams, farmstead cheeses, seafood, olive oils, herbs, spices and much more.


There is nothing nicer than waking up fresh at Bondi Markets on a Sunday. You can find fabulous hand-made jewellery, unique one-off pieces such as hand-made bags, artwork, candles and gorgeous pop-up cards unlike anything you may come across in large department stores for a bargain price!


They also sell retro furniture, gorgeous artworks and there's even a wide selection of mirrors and frames.


Whale watching, whether it’s by land, air or sea, there are many ways to enjoy catching a sight of these giants. Around 15000 whales swim past Sydney annually.


An exceptional whale watching & dolphin cruises, view giant blue whales, finback whales, gray whales, humpback whales, minke  whales, several species of dolphin and much more. Be lucky to pick up three cow and calf pairs happy and curious and give a bit of a show.


Eating out is one of the attractions at Bondi. You’ll find restaurants with great views at both ends of the beach, which stretches for 1.5 km.


Enjoy the views along the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk, tour around The Gap, Rose Bay & Double Bay

which offers visitors to Sydney an opportunity to join in and do what the locals do on a popular coastal walk offering beautiful coastline vistas, cosy beaches and cafe strips for refuelling.  It is 6kms long and takes about two hours to complete at a good pace, break it up with a freshly squeezed juice or a relaxed coffee then finish with a swim at Coogee Beach. 


The walk pass one of the world's more scenic operational cemeteries, the Waverley Cemetery where graves of famous Australians such as Henry Lawson can be found. Bondi to Tamarama Beach section of the walk is transformed each spring with the Sculptures by the Sea exhibition. The walk is easy to medium with a steep section and quite a few steps. Don't forget your hat, sunscreen, and some water.


Transfer to hotel. Free and easy. Overnight in Sydney. 

Day 02  Blue Mountains                                         (B)


After breakfast, drive to Sydney Blue Mountains. Explore the World-Heritage listed as the Blue Mountains.

Get the panoramic views of the breathtaking cliffs, experience the crisp, clean, fresh mountain top air with distant blue haze horizons overlooking the deep ravines with rainforest carpeting the valley floor, the Three Sisters, the Blue Mountains and the Katoomba Falls. 

Discover the ethereal beauty of the Blue Mountain National Park on this half-day tour. 

Next, proceed to Koalas at Koala Park Santuary. You can cuddle, pat and even get your photo taken with a koala at the Koala Park Sanctuary. Enjoy other lovable friendly animals, the ultimate amazing selfie. Enjoy the optional daily koalas feeding show or Stockman 

Show. Come face to face with our friendly Australian animals in a peaceful Australian Rainforest environment.


Meet the Australia's most loveable animals and have plenty of photo opportunities with these furry favourites like Koalas, Red, Grey Kangaroos, Dingoes, Wombats, Echidnas,  Emus, many Wallaby species and a large collection of Australian Native Birds. 

(Optional) Enjoy the daily koalas feeding show or Stockman Show with extra cost.


Entering the National Park and winding your way along Cliff Drive, you’ll take in spectacular views of the Jamison Valley before arriving at a vantage point that has views stretching across to the Three Sisters, a trio of rocky pinnacles.


Embark on a scenic walk for spectacular views over the Jamison Valley, or relax over a coffee in the café.


Stop at Echo Point and see the famous Three Sisters rock formation up-close . This is the classic overlook at Echo Point that everyone goes to when visiting the Blue Mountains outside of Sydney. This is for good reason, of course, since the overlook provides a great view of The Three Sisters (those sandstone pillars you see on the left) and the rest of the Jamison Valley below.


In the distance you can see some of the blue haze that gives The Blue Mountains their name, which is caused by the abundant eucalyptus trees which give off a oil vapor that mixes with the atmosphere.

Next, stop at the picturesque and quaint town of Leura. Here you can grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants and cafés. This beautiful town will take you back in time and is famous for its antique stores and of course, it’s Candy Store which is stocked floor to ceiling with more than 1,000 unusual sweets gathered from all over the world.




Alternatively, Purchase the Unlimited Discovery Pass to ride and enjoy 360° of Scenic World and feel the thrill on the Scenic Railway Jungle Coaster, the world’s steepest incline at all angles. Step into a glass-floored Cableway and glimpse the lovely forest canopies on the famous Scenic Railway, Cableway and Skyway views of the Jamison Valley.

Day 03  Sydney/ Port Stephens                          (B/L)


After breakfast, cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge and tour through leafy and affluent North shore suburbs. 

The Upper North Shore is a leafy and affluent residential area to the north of the heart of Sydney. It is east of the Lane Cove river, north of Chatswood and south of the uppermost border of Hornsbyshire council area. Discover this beautiful North Coast region, white sandy beaches and the sparkling waters of the Pacific Ocean. 


Upon arrival in Port Stephens, enjoy a buffet lunch on board Moonshadow Cruises before boarding a luxury dolphin watching boat, to head out into the water to see dolphins in their natural habitat from one of the three viewing decks. Ride the wave crests with the dolphins in the azure waters of sheltered Port Stephens where forests, villages and stately homes meet with the sea.


Enjoy spectacular scenery and informative commentary whilst cruising the waterways of Port Stephens. Search for the local pods of bottlenose dolphins, watch as they play on the bow waves or go at boom netting! Listen to the dolphins underwater or be entertained with informative commentary and spectacular scenery. Buffet Lunch will be served on board - (Western & Asian).

After lunch, hop on board your modern 4WD vehicle and try the exhilarating experience of sand-boarding on Stockton Sand dunes.


The Worimi Conservation Lands (Stockton Sand Dunes) is the largest sand dune system in Australia. Stretching for 32kms, this surreal landscape is barren of vegetation and has dunes that climb up to 40 metres high.

Day 04  Sydney City excitement                               (B)


After breakfast, proceed for whole day at leisure, take in spectacular views from one of the city's most exciting attractions, the tallest structure and the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere, the Sydney Tower Eye, near Pitt  Street Mall. It stands 309m (1,014 ft) above the Sydney central business district (CBD), located on Market Street, between Pitt and Castlereagh Streets. It is accessible from the Pitt Street Mall, Market Street or Castlereagh Street.


Next, visit the bustling Chinatown for an impressive variety of Asian cuisine and Paddy’s Markets.


Walk along the north of George Street, the Queen Victoria Building, a palatial shopping arcade near Town Hall Station in the city centre.


Take an (optional) climb of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with BridgeClimb Sydney, at the Rock area. Prices for climbing the bridge are up to $388 per person.


The Climb is renowned as a world-class experience and operation and has an unblemished safety record, without one serious injury in 20 years since 1998.



(Other Optional attractions/activites to explore more in Sydney.)


Add Hunter Valley Wineries Day Tour, famed for its wine styles, the Hunter Valley region is also commendable for its culinary delights, idyllic accommodation and of course, its scenic outlook. Let your senses be stimulated at Hunter Valley Gardens where the spectacular themed gardens are just brilliant to walk around in.


Wander around the hidden delights of the Hunter Valley Gardens village. There are twelve spectacular themed gardens spanning over 25 hectares. Visit Hunter Valley Chocolate Company - is a must to sample hand-made chocolates and fudge. Hunter Wine Theatre and Wine Tutorial (1hour)


Hunter Valley Resort have condensed a whole year of winemaking into a short 15 minute visual presentation.


Next, proceed with the lights and a 15 minute wine tutorial with the Cellarmaster.


What’s the difference between a wine tutorial, and a wine tasting??

A wine tutorial takes you on a learning experience with a bracket of 4 wines. Taste front palate sweetness, acidity, and back palate tannins and most importantly exercising your nose to appreciate the bouquet of wine. It’s that simple...


Day 05  Sydney (Departure)                                    (B)


After breakfast, free and easy till transfer to the airport for departure. Hotel standard check-out time 10.00AM. 

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