4D3N Sydney Experience with Blue Mountains & Manly with Vivid Sydney Harbour Cruise (27May-18Jun22)

From SGD S$748.00
  • Duration: 3 Days (approx.)
  • Location: New south wales
  • Product code: 3NSYDEXP

Package Includes : 

- 2 ways airport transfers from Sydney Airport to hotel vv

- 3 nights hotel stay at Ibis hotel or Similar 

- Daily Breakfast

-Half day City & Manly Tour (SIC)

-Full Day Blue Mountain Tour (SIC)

- VIVID Sydney 2022 Harbour Cruise -On a cruise, you can enjoy the world’s largest outdoor art-gallery at a gentle pace from the comfort of your own seat. Sydney’s famous foreshore landmarks are best viewed from the water. Experience the full canvas of the massive shoreside projections from Fort Denison, Circular Quay, The Rocks, Walsh Bay and Darling Harbour.

Just when you thought a Sydney Harbour Cruise couldn’t get any better, VIVID returns for yet another year of spectacular light, art and music displays.

Join Fantasea Cruising as we explore the waterside wonder of this annual festival, cruising to the official VIVID Sydney playlist, watching in awe as magical projections illuminate the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.

From VIVID’s humble beginnings back in 2009, VIVID Sydney is now one of the Harbour city’s most anticipated events, and with increased Sydney Harbour waterfront activations there is no better time to combine Sydney Harbour cruising with your VIVID Sydney exploration.

To ensure you can make the most out of your evening, Fantasea Cruising’s, VIVID Sydney Harbour Cruises depart from Darling Harbour and Circular Quay three time’s nightly. Over the course of one hour we will take you on a journey showing off the foreshore installations from the perspective of our friendly crew, who are lucky enough to live and breathe Sydney Harbour every day.

Optional Attractions : Dolphin Cruise, Star Gazing, Quad Bike, Sydney attractions Pass, Taronga Zoo 

You’ll discover wonderful places to visit in Sydney, from sun-kissed beaches to fascinating heritage and amazing attractions. The city fans out from beautiful Sydney Harbour to Bondi Beach in the east, Palm Beach in the north, fun adventures in the west and Australia’s oldest national park in the south.

One of the most multicultural cities in the world, Sydney celebrates its cultural diversity and heritage, and passion for arts and sports. Begin your discovery in the cultural heart, Sydney City, where you’ll find the iconic Sydney Opera House near Circular Quay’s trains, ferries and buses.

Public transport is available to many of Sydney’s top tourist attractions. Hop on a ferry at Circular Quay for Taronga Zoo and Manly in Sydney’s north, Watsons Bay in Sydney’s east, and UNESCO World Heritage Australian convict sites at both Cockatoo Island and Parramatta in Sydney’s west.

You can also take the ferry to Darling Harbour, home to the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and the Wild Life Sydney Zoo. The fun entertainment area is also a short walk from Town Hall Station in the city centre. Getting to Bondi Beach and Coogee Beach from Town Hall is easy on public transport.

Still wondering where to go in Sydney? Then visit the vibrant inner Sydney neighbourhoods, such as DarlinghurstSurry HillsPaddingtonChippendale and Newtown. You’ll find buzzy cafes, small bars, lively theatres and delicious restaurants. You’ll love shopping in the markets and boutiques as well.

Other points of interest in the New South Wales capital are the natural wonders. There are gorgeous beaches for sunbathing and surfing, sparkling waterways for boating and fishing, and great national parks for bushwalking and cycling. You can even go whale watching between May and November.

The Royal National Park is in Sydney’s south. Take a train to lovely beachside Cronulla for a ferry to charming Bundeena on the edge of the wilderness near ancient Aboriginal rock engravings. And there are beautiful hidden places in Sydney, from the Royal’s tranquil rainforest to secret beaches.

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