New York Times Journeys – The Other Side of Sydney – Where Sydneysiders Play, Shop, Eat and Drink!

Adult
A$179
Child
A$179

Venture past Sydney’s central business district to where locals live and play, with a guide from Urban Adventures on a tour inspired by The New York Times.

New York Times Journeys Highlights

Venture past Sydney’s central business district to where locals live and play, with a guide from Urban Adventures on a tour inspired by The New York Times. From a Sydney Harbour ferry, experience water views of Sydney icons. Find out why Sydneysiders have been traveling to Manly Beach since the 1850s. Meet an First Peoples of Australia elder and learn to make music on clapsticks. Savor local delicacies and hear the stories behind First Peoples of Australia art.

Highlights:

  • Savor freshly baked scones with homemade jam washed down with tea or coffee in an Irish Tea House within the historical Rocks area of Sydney
  • Take a 30-minute ferry ride from Circular Quay to Manly on a Sydney Harbour ferry
  • Enjoy a craft beer and light Aussie nibbles/snacks at 4 Pines Brewery
  • Stroll to Manly Beach, the birthplace of Australian surfing

Language: English

Inclusions: Professional local guide, scones and tea/coffee (or alternative soft drink), ferry ticket, light Aussie nibbles/snacks and a craft beer.

Exclusions: Gratuity. Clapsticks are provided for demonstration only and are not included in the tour price. Clapsticks can be purchased at the Dreamtime Gallery.

Schedule details

  • Duration: 3.5 hours
  • Starting time: 10.00 AM
  • Meeting point: In the foyer of the Holiday Inn Old Sydney, 55 George Street, The Rocks, Sydney.
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  • Ending point:  4 Pines Brewery, Manly