The Rocks And Sydney Highlights
Leave your hotel in the early afternoon and travel through the historic district of Sydney known as the Rocks, Australia's European birthplace.
Travel across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Milsons Point and stop for spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and the city skyline. Head east towards the Sydney Cricket Ground before arriving at La Perouse, a historical headland suburb where Captain Cook first landed in 1788. From this vantage point, see Botany Bay and the protected beaches where the English and French naval ships arrived on the shores of this land. See the historical buildings and learn how the Aboriginal people were impacted.
Return to The Rocks area and discover the birthplace of modern Australia on a guided walking tour. Wander the cobbled laneways and learn the rich history of the area from a British colony of convicts and sailors to a thriving entertainment precinct. Book this Sydney excursion today for an afternoon of spectacular photo opportunities at every turn.
This afternoon is full of spectacular photo opportunities at every turn and stop, don't miss out and sign up today.
Please Note: For guests who are coming from a cruise ship, the closest pick up location from the Overseas Passenger Terminal in Circular Quay is the Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay, 30 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia. For guests arriving at the White Bay cruise pier near Darling Harbour, please select the King Street Wharf is at 2 Lime Street (across from Subway restaurant) pick-up location.
Shore Excursions Group was created with one goal in mind: to provide exceptional travel experiences to cruise passengers in the ports they visit around the world. To accomplish this, we have compiled an exceptional array of tours delivered by local experts with decades of experience serving travelers and delivering excellent tours. Our owners and management team are comprised of seasoned travel industry executives who leverage their considerable experience to deliver memorie ...