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Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and Museum Walking Tour

1. Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and Museum Walking Tour

The SCG Guided Walking Tour is fascinating journey behind the scenes of the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and the SCG Museum. The precinct is Sydney’s home of sport where international sporting heroes play cricket, rugby union, rugby league, football/soccer, and Australian Football League (AFL). Her entertaining stories of players, spectators and events as you take in the sporting architecture and ambience of the SCG. Venture behind the scenes of the Sydney Cricket Ground and see the field of play, the player’s dressing rooms, the historic members reserve, the media centre, the Walk of Honour, and the SCG Museum. With exclusive entry to the SCG Museum, you can see sporting treasures such as prized bats, balls and other cricket memorabilia: rugby league, football and AFL sporting treasures: and various featured temporary museum exhibits.

Sydney: Madame Tussauds Sydney General Admission

2. Sydney: Madame Tussauds Sydney General Admission

Experience the glittering world of fame on a day out at Madame Tussauds. Interact with the world’s most famous figures – strike a pose for the paparazzi on the red carpet, challenge your favorite sports heroes, and sing along with your favorite music stars. Madame Tussauds opened in Sydney in 2012, giving Australian and international visitors the opportunity to come face-to-face with some of the world’s most famous celebrities. A unique collection of amazingly lifelike wax figures allows you to get up close and personal to your favorite celebrity heroes. Madame Tussauds Sydney combines glitz and glamour with incredible history. With a whole host of constantly changing stars and legends as well as interactive experiences, Madame Tussauds is a place the whole family can enjoy. Interactive Experiences: • Raised catwalk: step onto the catwalk and trigger sensors which light up the runway as you walk down. Megan Gale’s figure is waiting at the end of the runway and Magic Memories can take a snap of you posing alongside her

Sydney: Go City Explorer Pass 3, 4, 5, or 7 Attractions

3. Sydney: Go City Explorer Pass 3, 4, 5, or 7 Attractions

Maximize your time and save during your visit to Sydney with the Explorer Pass. Valid for 60 days, you can save up to 45% off retail prices and enjoy discounts and benefits at over 20 of the city's most popular and famous attractions. Choose between a 3-, 4-, 5-, or 7-day pass. During your time in Sydney, you can use your pass to enjoy the Sydney Opera House Tour, the Australian National Maritime Museum, The Sydney Tower Eye with 4D Cinema Experience, a hop-on hop-off bus tour of Sydney and Bondi, and more. Choose from a variety of different experiences to enjoy with your pass: • The Sydney Opera House Tour • Big Bus Sydney and Bondi Hop-On Hop-Off: 1-Day Classic Tour • The Sydney Opera House - Architectural Tour • Australian National Maritime Museum • Sydney Jet Thrill Ride • The Sydney Tower Eye with 4D Cinema Experience • Urban Winery Sydney Wine Tasting and Cheese • Entermission - Virtual Reality Escape Rooms • The Rocks Walking Tour • 4-hour Bike Rental by Bonza Bike Tours • Discover Bondi Coastal Walking Tour • Bondi Surf 2-Hour Board and Wetsuit Rental • Escape Hunt Sydney • Morning Yoga by the ocean • Adventure Clues - Bloomin’ Botanic Gardens Sydney • Adventure Clues - Unlock the Rocks • Adventure Clues - Secret Sydney • Adventure Clues - The Mad Botanist for Kids Attractions and tours are subject to change. Check your included digital guide for an up-to-date attraction list, including opening times and instructions on how to access each attraction with your pass before you go.

From Sydney: Canberra Day Tour

4. From Sydney: Canberra Day Tour

Explore Australia's capital city from Sydney as you enter a new state, leaving New South Wales for the day. A morning tea stop (not included) en route will allow you to stretch your legs and visit a country town before arriving at the ultra-modern Capital. Join a guided tour of the New Parliament House and feel the might and privilege of Australian democracy through this architectural masterpiece costing $1.1 billion. From the inner halls of power to walking on the roof, this is an amazing building. Break for lunch (not included) before choosing where to spend your free time: The National Museum of Australia is controversial and popular, Australia's most modern museum has won national awards with its interactive mix of exhibits and displays highlighting Australia's diverse history and culture. This tour allows time at Floriade between September to October each year. Australia's biggest and most popular flower festival. Canberra's Commonwealth Park is transformed into a tapestry of colour with more than a million bulbs and annuals in bloom at this month-long festival. Rejoin the group for a time of reflection as you discover the legends of Gallipoli, the ANZACs, the sacrifices and losses suffered by Australians in past wars fought around the world at the Australian War Memorial. Drive past Yarralumla for a close look at the many national embassies, each one unique and designed to reflect aspects of the country's culture. Stop for 360 degree views over the capital city from Mount Ainslie and see how this city was well designed. Return to Sydney and enjoy a dinner stop (not included).

Australian National Maritime Museum: All-Inclusive Ticket

5. Australian National Maritime Museum: All-Inclusive Ticket

With this ticket, enjoy fast-track all-inclusive entry to the Australian National Maritime Museum. Climb the ship, discover the depths of the submarine, marvel at the exhibitions and learn about maritime history. Join a knowledgeable guide, who will share with you the fascinating stories behind the objects housed around the museum and on these spectacular vessels. The museum is home to one of the largest fleets of any museum in the world. Here, discover 6 permanent galleries displaying 13 historic vessels including warships and a replica of Captain Cook's tall ship. Enjoy a high-tech immersive journey that showcases the inner workings of the Royal Australian Navy with the Action Stations. Learn about maritime archaeology, science and history. Walk on-board the ex-Navy vessels HMAS Vampire and HMAS Onslow. After exploring the museum, enjoy a lunch at the onsite café for a waterfront lunch overlooking Darling Harbour.

Sydney: 4-Hour Cruise with Lunch at a Fishing Village

6. Sydney: 4-Hour Cruise with Lunch at a Fishing Village

Discover the largest harbor in the world on this half-day sightseeing cruise. With a small group, enjoy a personalized harbor boat cruise on a small, sleek boat that ensures the best views of Sydney. After cruising up close to iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, see historic sites and naval dockyards as well as extravagant waterfront mansions belonging to Australia's rich and famous. Keep an eye out for resident penguins, seals, and dolphins. Break for lunch at a waterfront beach club and enjoy a delicious meal with wine, beer or a soft drink. Afterward, take a short stroll up to The Gap to admire magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean and all the way back to Sydney. Your next stop is one of Sydney's lesser-known and most idyllic beaches, accessible only by boat, and described by locals as a hidden paradise. Take a stroll or swim in the beach's crystal-clear waters before hopping back on the boat. Finish your Aussie experience with a visit to the historic Quarantine Station and Museum and immerse yourself in Sydney's history. Here, enjoy afternoon tea including coffee and Aussie cakes.

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What people are saying about Sydney

Peter was our guide and he was so informative! He had a real interest in cricket and it showed through the stories and history he told us at every stop. He even went over time because he could see how interested we were as a group. Highly recommend this tour if in Sydney, even for non cricket fans like us! We got to visit the stand and the dressing rooms, the press boxes and the museum. Excellent tour!

Wonderful passionate guide Stewart… so much history, old meets new seamlessly. The stories we heard about , were just amazing.

The hosts were perfect and guided us in where to go and stand and even took group photos of us

Great tour of a special stadium. Knowledgeable guide made for a great experience

Great guide, personalized attention to each member of the group! Loved it!