If you happen to visit Sydney, Australia for a vacation, do not limit your travels to the daytime, you will be surprised to find out that Sydney takes on a new and exciting form at night. The city lights up, and you can see millions of stars in the sky depending on the season, and you can experience the most magnificent and unique views of a great city.
As the night approaches, many locals and tourists alike indulge in the nightlife with dancing, drinking and dining. In fact, Sydney has become so famous that you can actually catch many tours even at night. There are several tour guide services that can help you get around the central business district, along the harbour and to the most spectacular observatories.
The best thing about Sydney is that it is culture-rich and attractive in every corner. Therefore, you find that most attractions are within a walking distance from one another. You can map a tour and start from the Sydney Tower, which is a one thousand foot golden turret on top of Sydney's tallest building. There you can experience the most-breathtaking views of city lights and harbour reflections from different perspectives.
From there, go to the Sydney Observatory for one of the greatest night time experience in the world. Learn many things about the universe as you view stars and planets under high definition telescopes including a 3D space cinema experience. You need to make bookings for night time visits.
Go to The Rocks and have the infamous The Rocks Ghost Tour. You can discover the city's dark history on interesting lantern-lit phantom trip Australia's haunted alleys. This tour is available almost every night for at least two hours. It would be double the fun if you try this tour on Halloween!
Make your way to the Sydney Aquarium for a good time with fewer crowds in the evening. Sydney aquarium never disappoints whether it is during the day or at night, and it is always mesmerizing. Walk through the marine channels and experience a wide selection of Australia's marine life above and around you. Last entry for night time is usually 7pm because the aquarium is closed at 8pm. You can even see discreet marine animals that are shy during the day.
Some of these ventures require you to get tickets early enough. Make sure that you find out about night tours from the information desk of the place that you want to tour at night. The tickets will vary according to the sites you visit. Most sites do not charge for children below the age of five. Be sure to ask for family or group charges if you are travelling together with family or friends.
We can arrange transport for groups of any size to tour Sydney attractions at night, please call or send us an email for more information.