About The Rocks
We begin at the Booking Centre, Wharf 6, Circular Quay. The Rocks are one of the oldest and historic areas Sydney situated on the Sydney harbor. It provides a glimpse into the past of this modern city. Lined with Museums, galleries, cafes, bars etc. the Rocks are also the home to some of Sydney's oldest surviving pubs. Historic buildings are seen on both sides of the street and from here on we follow our Blue Line of the Tank Stream.
Best Time To Visit
Best time to visit The Rocks is from April to October
How To Reach
Book a Package Tour
Sydney Harbour Bridge
You have to get onto the famous bridge in one way or another: by walking, driving, or even climbing. While the pylon climb may be unforgettable (I know a couple from England who did it and raved about it), if you’re on a budget you can forget it: it runs you roughly $300. Instead, simply walk across it. And I’m not talking about joining one of the preorganized walking tours (they also charge you) – you can do it for free. Head out to the Rocks and find the launch point where the tours depart, then look for the partially hidden staircase that looks like it was built into a wall. Climb a few flights to bridge level, then the rest is yours. The view of the harbor and Opera House are breathtaking.