The Rocks Tours and Tickets

Explore the quintessential suburbs laced with history and architecture with The Rocks Sydney Tour and Tickets. Head out for pub crawling, enjoy the vibrant nightlife, and walk down the Sydney Harbour Bridge to make the most of your trip. There is something for everyone on the Sydney Rocks Tour. So, get ready to make memories for a lifetime, mate!

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Our tips for The Rocks

  • Book in advance. Book your tours and tickets to The Rocks, Sydney and enjoy the best deals. Make sure to opt for an advance booking to avoid a last-minute rush or disappointment.
  • Hop, skip and jump. One of Sydney’s most vibrant tourist precincts, step back in time as you stroll through the cobblestone streets and bask in the quaint old-fashioned charm of The Rocks. The city’s oldest historical area promises an action-packed day with numerous cafes, restaurants, and lively nightlife. It is also home to a number of craft and souvenir shops, so you can enjoy some much-needed retail therapy here!
  • Pub crawl, anyone? Explore the lanes, pubs and old buildings as an experienced local regale you with stories of murders, muggings, and histories. The Rocks walking tour in Sydney is after all steeped in history, being the site of Australia’s first European settlement.

Good to know

The popular sitcom 30 Rock occasionally filmed the façade and inside the lobby of 30 Rockefeller Plaza. But most of the show was shot inside Silvercup Studios in Long Island City, Queens. 30 Rockefeller Plaza received official landmark status in 1985. The 70th-floor observatory and 3-tiered observation deck give you glorious 360-degree views of the New York skyline.

The Joie Chandelier by Swarovski is in the shape of 30 Rock, upside-down. Rockefeller Family & Associates currently occupies the 54th, 55th, and 56th floors.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit The Rocks?

    It is a coastal place, so the place is welcoming throughout the year. However, we recommend visiting in Spring which lasts from September to November. The weather is pretty pleasant and the evenings are cool. The shoulder season is from March to May. You can explore nearby locations without worrying about crowds.

  • Q: How do I get there?

    Sydney’s train connects every possible location to Sydney’s central station. You can take the train to the Central Quay and walk in the direction of Sydney Harbour Bridge to reach the Rocks. Alternatively, you can also catch a ferry to the Central Quay. For those coming via bus, take the bus to Bridge Street and head north to reach the Rocks.

  • Q: Where is the Rocks located?

    The Rocks is a suburban area of Sydney’s city center that lies on the southern shore of the Harbour Bridge and extends to Kent Street in the west, and Grosvenor Street in the south.

  • Q: What is the Rocks famous for?

    The Rocks is the birthplace of modern Sydney, known for its thriving nightlife, historic landmarks, mouth-watering food and the most stunning view of the city. It has a range of funky bars and traditional pubs along cobbled lanes. A historic walking tour accompanied by notorious insights and stories will transport you back to the 19th century.

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