Sydney Harbour is perhaps one of the most attractive natural harbours in the world. As such, a lot of people all over the globe want to visit this very well-known and with numerous photographic landmarks in Australia. Around two hundred and forty kilometres of shoreline encompasses about fifty four square kilometres of water. This translates to a huge area for sighting seeing and exploration. On any sunny Sydney day, the vibrant blue harbour is full of joyful people who are engaged in different holidaying and day to day living activities. The harbour is also dotted with hundred of ferries, cruise boats and sailing boats.
Despite the area around the water edges being dotted with a number of exclusive homes, there are huge tracts of natural gardens, reserves and parklands that balance the harbour environment. People who like walking around shorelines or harbour edges certainly will love touring the Sydney harbour. Not only this, there are many picnic spots to enjoy while still there.
The best way to see and experience what goes on around the harbour is to be in it. There are a number of inexpensive ferries that offer a cheap way of seeing the most beautiful harbour in the world. For people who love taking part in water sports, for example scuba diving, parasailing, kayaking and the likes, there is always something of interest on offer. Get into a boat and sail around the harbour or even do some fishing.
There is really no opening or closing hours to Sydney Harbour as it is open 24 hours a day. Tour prices depend on the touring option you opted for.
Other better ways of seeing the harbour is either walking or taking a bus around selected tour locations. These two sightseeing options are particularly good for visitors who want to gain some perspective in the harbours size and hidden beauty. Walk across the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and scale the Pylon Tower. After paying a certain fee to go on top of the tower, you will get a magnificent view of the city skyline, The Rocks, the harbour itself, the Opera House, North Sydney and Darling Harbour. While up there, the traffic passing underneath offer quite a spectacular sight. Afterwards, tour the amazing Bondi Beach, the nearby Taronga Zoo and Sydney Harbour National Park.
A popular and quite affordable touring option is to take a chartered bus around the sights. These tours however are all pre-planned and the buses are driven by a local driver tour guide who is knowledgeable on the best touring sites around the harbour. Best of all, most of these tour guide drivers speak in more than one language, meaning they are multilingual and so will understand exactly what you want. As these drivers are very knowledgeable on all exciting tour spots around the harbour, visitors can relax to fully enjoy the touring experience.
We can arrange transport for groups of any size to Sydney Harbour, please call or send us an email for more information.