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Sydney Skydiving

77 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Email: admin@sydneyskydivers.com.au
Website: www.sydneyskydivers.com.au
9053706 Phone Number: 61 02 9791 9155
Fax Number: 61 02 9791 9101

Do something that scares you everyday. Sydney Skydivers offers a skydive tour from the Sydney central business district to 14,000 feet, seven days a week. You are in good hands with Australia's largest skydive company. They offer half day adventure tours which include a complimentary shuttle service departing from their office, twice daily - 7am and 11am. If you would prefer to drive yourself, ask for directions when making your booking. On a clear day, from 14,000 feet, they will show you the breathtaking beauty of NSW. See the Blue Mountains, Jervis Bay, Wollongong, and Sydney city from the sky. Bookings are also valid for Tandem Cairns, with the option of a beach landing at Etty Bay. And for the true convert - they run the Accelerated Freefall Course every Saturday, which teaches you to skydive alone!

A humpback whale breaches next to Ocean Dreaming 2

Whale Watching Sydney

Cockle Bay Marina, Darling Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Email: info@whalewatchingsydney.net
Website: www.whalewatchingsydney.net
9182101 Phone Number: 61 02 9583 1199
Fax Number: 61 02 9529 5092

At Whale Watching Sydney they have been watching Humpback Whales off the beautiful coastline since 1993, so they know the great feeling that people get seeing these whales up close and personal. Their experienced crew is looking forward to welcoming you aboard Sydney's best custom built, fast and spacious vessels to give you the best day possible out at sea. It's an unforgettable experience! From mid May to early December tens of thousands of Humpback Whales migrate along the coast off Sydney each year. Your cruise begins with all of Sydney Harbours famous sights such as the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge and many more as we make our way towards the entrance of Sydney Harbour. Then you head to the blue waters of the pacific ocean where you witness these magnificent mammals migrate past Sydney's famous beaches and rugged cliff lines in the biggest mass migration in the world.

Eco Hopper Vessels

Sydney Harbour Eco Hopper

Level 1, Sydney Fish Markets, Bank Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2009
Email: info@manlyfastferry.com.au
Website: www.sydneyharbourecohopper.com.au
9163623 Phone Number: 61 02 9583 1199

Experience the wonders of Sydney Harbour and its famous destinations with the Sydney Harbour Eco Hopper. Sydney Harbour Eco Hopper operates a fast ferry service stopping at seven must-see Sydney locations including Darling Harbour, Luna Park, Circular Quay, Taronga Zoo, Watson's Bay, Manly and the Quarantine Station seven days per week. Departing every two hours for a two hour round trip, the Eco Hopper provides a flexible hop on and hop off experience and includes live commentary on board the vessels. The Sydney Harbour Eco Hopper also offers Combo Deals which include an Eco Hopper ticket and entry to an attraction of choice. Combo Deals save time and money, and are available for visits to a selection of attractions including Taronga Zoo, Sydney Aquarium, WILDLIFE Sydney, Luna Park, Oceanworld Manly and Q Station or choose the City Sightseeing Bus Combo ticket to experience the wonders of Sydney and Bondi.

Taste Food Tours


Taste Food Tours, 16 Jacobs Court, 1-5 Jacobs Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2200
Email: tastetours@benevolent.org.au
Website: www.tastetours.org.au
9142138 Phone Number: 61 02 9707 0800
Fax Number: 61 02 9707 1788

Taste Food Tours - eat for good ! Developed as a social enterprise project of The Benevolent Society, Taste Food Tours showcases Sydney's multicultural food traditions to: bridge cultural divides and build community pride, generate income for diverse town centres and local businesses, create training and employment opportunities, and promote healthy lifestyles, particularly for children. These tours are a testament to the generosity of the communities that you will visit. The food and the stories are plentiful. Local guides will show you the best places to eat, shop and share their stories of food and community. Every tour includes tastings in-store, lunch, recipes and a sample bag you will fill to bursting with goodies you collect along the way. Your support is appreciated as all revenue is reinvested into Taste projects.

The Bridge Climb

BridgeClimb Sydney

3 Cumberland Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Email: admin@bridgeclimb.com
Website: www.bridgeclimb.com
9054638 Phone Number: 61 02 8274 7777
Fax Number: 61 02 9240 1122

See Sydney like a local - take the climb of your life to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with BridgeClimb Sydney. With their Climb Leaders as your guide, you will suit-up in their specially designed outdoor gear and ascend. From its fascinating underbelly to its summit, 134 metres above the Harbour, the Bridge is the pride of Sydney. There are four different climbs to the top - The Bridge Climb, The Discovery Climb, The Express Climb and The Mandarin Climb. Each climb route is available at all times of the day (The Mandarin Climb is available during the day only). From dawn until dusk, the view from the top is always different. Climbs are available at dawn (limited departures), during the day, twilight or night. Don't miss out on this unforgettable, and uniquely "Sydney" experience.

The Rocks Dreaming Aboriginal Heritage Tour

The Rocks Dreaming Aboriginal Heritage Tour

Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, Level 6, 66 Harrington Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Website: www.therocks.com/dreaming
9169226 Phone Number: 61 02 9240 8788

Be touched by the most ancient human culture on earth in a 90-minute leisurely walkabout with an Aboriginal guide in The Rocks, and journey into DreamTime, the culture of Aboriginal People. The tour is 100 per cent Aboriginal-owned. It was developed by Margret Campbell, a Dunghutti-Jerrinjah woman and is led by Aboriginal guides who have permission to share her knowledge. The tour gives you the opportunity to discover how the ancient Aboriginal dreaming is still alive within the modern Sydney landscape and how the billion-year old harbour, marine environment, sandstone strata, waterways, flora and fauna influenced how Aboriginal people lived in the area.

Behind the Scenes Tour

Behind the Scenes Tours at Australian Museum

6 College Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Email: btstours@austmus.gov.au
Website: australianmuseum.net.au
9136173 Phone Number: 61 02 9320 6009

Did you know that less than one per cent of the Australian Museum's vast collection of natural history specimens and cultural artefacts is on public display? Now you can go behind the scenes for an up-close and personal tour of Australia's first museum. Sneak a peek at an irreplaceable collection of more than 16 million objects and experience incredible treasures - creatures large and small, birds and mammals, ancient fossils and precious minerals, plus incredible cultural artefacts from Indigenous Australia and the Pacific. Visit working areas normally reserved for staff and researchers, where rare specimens are carefully preserved, and scientists conduct the latest scientific research into life on planet Earth. Book now for Sydney's leading scientific and cultural experience.

Palm Beach Ferries

Fantasea Palm Beach Ferries

Shop 5, 1105 Barrenjoey Road, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2108
Email: info@palmbeachferries.com.au
Website: www.palmbeachferries.com.au
9053035 Phone Number: 61 02 9974 2411

Fantasea Palm Beach Ferries provides high speed passenger transport and operates two popular passenger ferry services. Palm Beach to Wagstaffe and Ettalong on the Central Coast. Palm Beach to Bennetts, Bonnie Doon, The Basin, Currawong and Mackerel Beach. They also offer amazing whale watching cruises and a private function or social occasion for charter. The duration of the whale watching cruises are three hours from Ettalong and four hours from Palm Beach. These cruises are seasonal and are only operated in peak season during June to November to maximise your chances of seeing numerous whales on their migration. All of Fantasea Cruises luxury vessels are available for charter for occasions including: corporate functions, Christmas parties, anniversaries, weddings, birthday parties, social get together, school groups or large group transport and high speed transfers. Food, beverages and entertainment can be organised for you or alternatively you can organise it yourself.

Rhythmboat Cruises

Rhythmboat Cruises

Pyrmont Bay Wharf, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Email: info@rhythmboat.com.au
Website: www.rhythmboat.com.au
9056766 Phone Number: 61 02 9879 3942
Fax Number: 61 02 9879 3947

Rhythmboat Cruises offer a choice of four great cruises, Comedy, Salsa, Abba Tribute Shows or Rock n Roll. All aboard, it's time to rock the boat. Make sure you keep Friday night, Saturday night and Sunday lunch free because they invite you to cruise to the sounds of comedy, salsa and rock n roll. Together with toe tapping live music by Sydney's best musicians. They also welcome you to feast on a delicious menu. Don't miss a beat of this rocking voyage. Step aboard the Comedy Cruise and split your sides with entertainment from Australian's best comedians. The Salsa Cruise Sydney Harbour runs Friday nights and includes a dance lesson, buffet dinner, DJ and a dynamic floor show. It offers only the most powerful and most popular Latin dance styles and rhythms, in a jaw dropping unforgettable show. Harbour Cruises run weekly.

G Adventures surfing school

G Adventures

477 Kent Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Email: melbourne@gadventures.com.au
Website: www.gadventures.com.au
9173554 Fax Number: 61 02 9267 7718

As a company of passionate and quirky explorers, G Adventures believe that a holiday is more than just a brief escape from work. Travel is a way to celebrate individual freedom; to explore the incredible places you've only read about in books; to discover tastebuds you never even knew you had. Travel opens eyes and hearts to unique cultures and extraordinary wildlife. G Adventures believe that the getting there can be just as much fun as the being there, and that true measure of a journey is friends made, not miles crossed...

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