Secret Sydney Walking Tour
PREMIUM Guided Walking Tour
Includes the glebe FORESHORE and bays precinct
Departs: Friday, Saturday & Sunday at 10:00am
Tour Duration: Allow up to 2 hours
Distance: 4 km (2.5 miles)
Sydney's world-famous attractions are hard to miss — the Opera House and Harbour Bridge could hardly be called secret. How would you like to see some of Sydney's less well-known places? Where in Sydney could you find a Taoist temple or discover that we once had more trams than Melbourne? Join this tour to find out.
This premium guided walking tour (limited to six guests) follows the paths adjacent to Rozelle Bay and Blackwattle Bay (part of Sydney's inner-city Bays Precinct).
Starting at the Jubilee Park light rail station, for much of the walk we'll follow the Glebe foreshore walking path. One of the few places in Sydney with unobstructed public access to the foreshore, this path offers unique views of the Sydney CBD and Anzac Bridge (with glimpses of the Sydney Harbour Bridge too).
Stopping regularly to discuss points of interest, this tour is sure to offer a few surprises. The tour ends at the Sydney Fish Market — you might like to stay on for a fresh seafood lunch.
As a bonus you'll find the tour route is a beautiful, relaxing walk rich in flora and fauna. It's the perfect way to enjoy Sydney's natural beauty at its very best.
This premium tour is limited to six guests only, so bookings are essential — book online here.
A Taoist temple and Sydney's once forgotten Tramsheds are just two of the secrets of Sydney you'll discover on this tour.