Small Group Tours Sydney
From climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge to cruising on iconic Sydney Harbour and with many historical, scenic, and cultural activities of offer, Sydney is teeming with things to do and see. We’ve listed a few of the best in our blog.
Whilst there are plenty of tour companies offering small group tours in Sydney and surrounding areas, you can also put together your own tour. That way you can pick and choose what you see, how long you spend there and where you stay.
Our fleet of coaches are ideal for this purpose. Drive yourself or let one of our experienced drivers chauffeur you around instead. For more information about our reliable group transportation service in Sydney, contact our friendly team.
Small Group Tours In Sydney – Take A Tour Of Sydney Itself
Sydney is bursting with history, art, shopping, exhibitions, parks, wildlife and other activities. You can climb the Harbour Bridge or cruise past the Opera House on the waters of Sydney Harbour. Stop off at Bondi, Australia’s most famous beach. Visit the attractions in Darling Harbour or climb the the Pylon Lookout and enjoy sweeping views of Sydney.
Other attractions to take in during a tour of Sydney include the historic streets of The Rocks; the Royal Botanic Garden, Australia’s oldest botanic gardens; Hyde Park; Luna Park; Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and other Sydney museums; St Mary's Cathedral; Sydney Observatory and plenty more.
Small Group Tours In Sydney – Head Off Into The Blue Mountains
There are any number of ways to see the famous Blue Mountains just to the north-west of Sydney. This is a World-Heritage listed national park and contains some of the most ancient natural scenery on the planet.
You can arrange a quick day trip to take in the major sights, do a spot of bushwalking, visit one of the wildlife parks, check out the Three Sisters, and Wentworth waterfall. Or take a bit more time and spend a couple of days here doing a lot more in-depth exploring. There is plenty of accommodation throughout the area for overnight stays.
Small Group Tours In Sydney – Hunter Valley Wine, Cheese And Chocolates
The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine producing region. The first grapes were planted here in the 1850’s. It’s also an area of great agricultural and cultural diversity. Located within a few hours drive of Sydney, it makes an ideal small group tour.
Take a quick day trip to sample the wine, cheese and beer. Alternatively, you can make a short holiday of it and make your way more leisurely around the district. In addition to wine, cheese and beer, you can also find chocolate, organic vodka and great food made from locally grown produce.
The Hunter Valley is also a great place to do a spot of hot air ballooning. There are a number of local tour operators who offer some great rides out over the Valley.
Small Group Tours In Sydney – Port Stephens Dolphin Watching
Head off up the coast north of Sydney to Port Stephens for some dolphin and whale watching. You will need to book a whale-watching cruise if you want to get a closer look at the Humpback Whales as they migrate along the coast.
Don’t forget to check out the dunes by 4WD whilst you’re there. And have a stroll around the charming seaside town that is Port Stephens.
Small Group Tours In Sydney – Grand Pacific Drive
One of the truly great road trips of Australia, the Grand Pacific Drive begins in the Royal National Park. Before you leave, take the time to have a wander around this, the world’s second oldest botanical park. Then hop aboard your coach for a 140-kilometre stretch of road that takes you along the picturesque southern coastline of NSW.
Experience the thrill of driving out over the Pacific Ocean on the Sea Cliff Bridge. Or walk along its length instead. Stop in at some of the many small towns along the way to experience local cuisine, culture and Australian heritage. The more adventurous souls might like to try some hang gliding.
If you’re not in a hurry, spend the night at Wollongong before heading south on the final stage of the Grand Pacific Drive. Take in the Kiama Blowhole and the stunning scenery at Shellharbour and Shoalhaven. The town of Nowra marks the end of the Drive. You can turn around and head back to Sydney the way you’ve just come, head inland to Canberra and then back to Sydney, or continue on around the coast to Melbourne.
Small Group Tours In Sydney – Jervis Bay Marine Park
Just south of Nowra is Jervis Bay so if you’ve just done the Grand Pacific Drive why not travel on a little further and visit this protected Marine Park. It’s home to a range of marine life as well as dolphins and offers some spectacular views of the southern NSW coastline.
As you can see, there is no shortage of things to do and see in and around Sydney. When thinking about small group tours in Sydney, don’t forget that quality, reliable group transport is a must.
Coach Hire has a fleet of well-maintained coaches of all sizes available for self hire or we can supply the driver. Are you ready to book your group transportation charter in Sydney? Then contact our Sydney team for more information.