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Sydney Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour

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Highlights

  • The Sydney Hop-On, Hop-Off tour allows you to plan you own perfect Sydney sightseeing itinerary
  • Two routes; the Sydney Route and the Bondi Beach Route will show you the very best of this remarkable city
  • Relax on the open-top bus and enjoy the wonderful views or hop-on and off as often as you wish for a more in-depth look at the Sydney attractions
  • Frequent departures mean your valuable Sydney sightseeing time is not wasted waiting for buses
  • Pre-recorded commentary will ensure you don’t miss a thing!

Overview

The Sydney and Bondi Beach hop-on, hop-off tour allows you to see the very best of this remarkable city – choose what you want to see and how long you wish to see it for.

Built around the world's most beautiful harbor, with towering skyscrapers, iconic buildings and monuments, Sydney offers views to die for. A year round climate of blue skies and sunshine make Sydney an ideal location for an open top double-decker bus ride. All the main attractions of Sydney are covered by the route.

Your ticket is valid for either 24 or 48 hours, during which time you can hop-on, and off as often as you wish. With frequent departures every 15-20 minutes you can rest assured that your valuable Sydney sightseeing time is not wasted waiting for the next bus.

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Itinerary

On this Hop-On Hop-Off tour, you have the freedom to plan your own sightseeing itinerary. Your ticket allows you unlimited use, meaning you can hop-on and hop-off as many times as you like at any of the designated stops listed below.

The Sydney Route:
Eddy Avenue: The avenue is home to the central station, the largest railway station in Sydney.

Harris Street: The main attraction here is the Power House Museum, the largest museum in Australia. It displays everything from science and technology to decorative arts and Australia's history.

Pirrama Road: You can visit the Star city casino, Sydney’s premier 24 hour entertainment facility located on the shores of Sydney Harbour.

Murray Street: The main attraction here is the Australian National Maritime Museum, which thousands of exhibits depicting Australia's history - from ancient times when Aboriginal people trapped fish and traded with Asian neighbours, right up to the present.

Wheat Road: You can stroll through the picture perfect Chinese Gardens.

Wheat Road: You can visit the Sydney aquarium which is home to the world’s first known natural Seal Sanctuary.

Erskine Street: Stroll through the King Street Wharf promenade and enjoy some of the best food and wine that the City of Sydney has to offer.

Hickson Road: Enjoy fantastic views of the Sydney Opera House from Campbell’s cove.

George Street : See the Rocks, one of Sydney's oldest suburbs, on the shores of Sydney Harbour.

Cnr George Street and Alfred Street: See the Circular Quay, the hub of Sydney Harbour, situated at a small inlet called Sydney Cove.

Wynard Station, George Street: The main attraction here is the Wynard Arcade, Sydney's epicentre of style and design.

George Street: See the Queen Victoria building, often described as the most beautiful shopping centre in the world.

George Street: See the Town Hall, a landmark sandstone building in Sydney.

William Street: See the internationally recognized Hard Rock Cafe, offering unique dining and entertainment experience.

Darlinghurst Road: The road is home to the Kings Cross, recognized as Sydney’s naughtiest district with the greatest concentration of adult shows, hostels and night entertainment clubs.

Macleay Street: The beautiful EL Alamein Fountain is a favourite meeting place for many people.

Cowper Wharf Road: You can see the Woolloomooloo Bay, one of Sydney's most sought-after addresses, combining the hotel with a marina, restaurant and apartment complex.

Macquarie Street: See the Sydeny Opera House, Australia's best-known contemporary building and one of the most recognisable images of the modern world.

Macquarie Street: See the Botanical Gardens, a perfect place to picnic and enjoying the harbour views from up on the hill.

Martin Place: The main attractions here are the Parliament House and NSW Library.

Prince Albert Road: You can stroll through the Hyde Park, the city's central open green space and it named after the Hyde Park in London.

College Street: You can see the Australian Museum, the world’s largest permanent exhibition of Australian Aboriginal Art.

The Bondi Route:
Eddy Avenue: The avenue is home to the central station, the largest railway station in Sydney.

Harris Street: The main attraction here is the Power House Museum, the largest museum in Australia. It displays everything from science and technology to decorative arts and Australia's history.

William Street: See the internationally recognized Hard Rock Cafe, offering unique dining and entertainment experience.

Errol Flynn Boulevard: The main attractions here are the Fox Studios and the Centennial Park.

Oxford Street: You can see the Paddington Town Hall.

Campbell Parade: You can stroll through the Bondi Esplanade, the paved esplanade around the beach with several restaurants and cafes.

Brighton Boulevard: You can see the North Bondi, a coastal, eastern suburb of Sydney.

Campbell Parade: See the famous Bondi beach, which is also a popular place amongst skaters and cyclists.

New South Head Road: The main attraction is the Rose Bay, a sophisticated beach suburb located right on the waterfront of Sydney Harbour.

New South Head Road: The road leads to Double Bay, known for fine fashion, vibrant cafe society and upmarket real estate.

You may choose to conclude this tour at any of the stops mentioned above as per your convenience.

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Reviews

This was great, we are from Tasmania and had not spent much time in Sydney, so being able to see the city in style and learn so much about the history was just fantastic. Really... Glenn D Travers

The Sydney Hop On Hop Off service is one of the best. I've use these buses in many countries and this is one of the fastest, most comprehensive and comfortable ones I've used. ... Aisha Abdur-Rahman

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Activity Schedule

When does it run?

Daily

Duration

The ticket is valid for 24 hours or 48 hours after first use.

Start time

Buses start at the following times:
Sydney Route: 0830h (8:30 am) every 15-20 minutes
Bondi Beach Route: 0900h (9:00 am) every 15-20 minutes
Buses run till 1730h (5:30 pm)
Duration: The ticket is valid for 24 hours or 48 hours after first use.

Meeting point

You may board the bus at any of the stops

Ending point

You may end the tour at any of the stops

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Inclusions

  • Pre-recorded commentary in English
  • Hop-on-hop-off ticket

Exclusions

  • Hotel pick up and drop off

Please note

Your booking voucher can be exchanged for your Hop-On Hop-Off ticket at any one of the stops. Simply choose the stop which you wish to start from and present your voucher to the driver who will exchange it for a ticket that will be valid for 24 hours from that time.

The route of the hop-on, hop-off tour is subject to change.

Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.

Your voucher will be valid for 3 months from the date chosen at the time of booking.

No wheelchair access available. Staff able to assist people on & off.

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