Sydney Post Tour, Exploring Sydney on Your Own
Departure Date: April 25, 2003

Exploring Sydney is priced for a five-day sojourn in this fabulous international city. Your post tour visit will be priced for you according to the length of your stay.

Your accommodations in Sydney will be at the fabulous Four Seasons Hotel on a bed and breakfast basis. The Four Seasons is located in Sydney's exciting center, just a short walk from the Harbor and the Opera House. Your concierge can arrange tours, acquire theatre or performance tickets and make dinner reservations.

Whether your interests are in visual arts or performing arts, architecture or gardens, fishing or sailing, you will find it Sydney. This city of diverse cultures, ethnic blends and varied experiences can keep you busy for days. You will find European architecture, the mystery of the Orient and more than 22,000 years of Aboriginal history. Enjoy your stop here, discover Sydney on your own.

Plan your days around your interests.


Day 1

Day at Leisure (Breakfast)

Do or see what you absolutely can't miss.

Day 2
An Afternoon in Sydney (Breakfast and Lunch)
Your morning is as leisure.
You will be picked up at noon and you are off to the world famous Doyles on the Beach restaurant at Watsons Bay for seafood chowder and 'fish & chips'. After lunch you will board a sailing catamaran to enjoy a leisurely afternoon cruise of the Magnificent Sidney Harbour. Your cruise and afternoon tour will end at Circular Quay.
Day 3
Day at Leisure (Breakfast)
Today is yours to explore Sydney. Sydney is a vibrant city brimming with exciting things to see and do - the following are some suggestions:
  • Taronga Zoo - take a 12 minute ferry from the city across the harbour to visit Sydney's comprehensive collection of Australian and exotic animals in a superb natural bushland setting, with stunning city and harbour views.
  • Sydney Opera House - guided tours from 9am-4pm. One of the great modern wonders of the world. An international centre for the performing arts, and a dynamic symbol of Sydney.
  • Australian Museum - discover Australia's natural history and cultural diversity. Experience the essence of this land at the outstanding Indigenous Australian's - Australia's First Peoples exhibition.
  • The Art Gallery of New South Wales - one of Australia's finest art collections, an exciting exhibition programme and the largest permanent collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art.
  • The Rocks - just minutes walk from the sweeping sails of Sydney's famous Opera House, at the foot of the Harbour Bridge, The Rocks is a precinct of spectacular contrasts. Historically significant as the site of Australia's first colonial settlement, The Rocks today represents the essence of Sydney's distinctive spirit against a backdrop of beautifully restored heritage buildings and definite character. With some of the city's finest restaurants and cafes, museums, galleries, unusual shops, a thriving street market and innovative weekend entertainment.
  • Sydney's Darling Harbour - one of the world's great waterfront destinations, Darling Harbour is a constant focus of activities and entertainment. With a harbour front shopping centre, an aquarium, the Monorail, the world's largest movie screen, an indoor family theme park and a yearlong program of events, Darling Harbour is a unique part of the Sydney experience.
Day 4
Day at Leisure (Breakfast)

Time at leisure to enjoy Sydney

Day 5
Depart Sydney (Breakfast)

Please wait in the main reception area of your Hotel and you will be transferred to Sydney Airport.

$552.00 Double Occupancy

$354.00 Single Supplement

What's Included
All Accommodations
All Meals as Noted
All Tours as Noted
All Domestic Flights
All Transfers
Entry Visas

Not Included
International Flights
Meals not noted in itinerary
Travel Insurance