Manly Sights and Northern Beaches Morning Tour

Manly Sights and Northern Beaches Morning Tour - Bushwalking, Nature & WildlifeTick some of the most famous Sydney sights off your must-see list during this Sydney Morning Tour. Admire spectacular views of Sydney Harbour from Milsons Point and Arabanoo Lookout. Relax on beautiful Manly Beach and take in the sights of the Northern Beaches. Optional Lunch Cruise available.

This morning you're going to see some of the most beautiful sights that this harbour city has to offer. Your Driver Guide will provide expert commentary as you weave your way through the beautiful northern beach suburbs of Sydney.

You'll head out over the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the largest steel arch bridge in the world. Its arch–based design has led to the Bridge being known to locals as ”˜the Coathanger'. Designed in 1924 to connect the northern and southern shores of this growing city, the Harbour Bridge opened in 1932 and is one of the city's most well–known and photographed icons.

Just a few kilometres from Sydney City on the lower North Shore is the picturesque Milsons Point. One of Sydney's more affluent suburbs, the streets are filled with beautiful homes, churches and schools, many built in the late 1800s. With its incredible views of the harbour and Opera House, and an abundance of leading restaurants, cafés and boutique shops, Milsons Point is a popular destination for both locals and visitors.

From Milsons Point you'll get a fantastic view of the iconic Sydney Opera House. This World Heritage listed building is considered a masterpiece of late modern architecture and a world class performing arts venue. To the Australian community, it is very simply a national treasure. Make sure you have your camera ready, as views of the Opera House don't get any better than this!

Now you're going to see something really special! Arabanoo Lookout offers views out to North and South Head and over the incredible Pacific Ocean. It's just breathtaking, particularly if the whales drop by for a visit. The lookout is named in honour of Arabanoo, the first Aboriginal man to make his home among European settlers. There are signs and monuments in the area that will give you an insight into the history and significance of the area.

Time to feel the sand between your toes! The exciting suburb of Manly is famous for its beaches that stretch from Queenscliff up to the North Steyne Beach to Manly Beach. With its relaxed, outdoor lifestyle, Manly is a great place to take some time wandering on the beaches and checking out the sights. You might also like to take in some of the local sights and treat yourself to morning tea in one of the many cafés (own expense).

You also have the option to add a relaxing harbour luncheon cruise (additional charge) and enjoy the best of Sydney in just one day. On board, see the magnificent homes of Australia's wealthy as you cruise the foreshore of exclusive waterfront suburbs and see the bustling harbour activity. Enjoy Sydney Harbour, the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Tour concludes at King Street Wharf or Circular Quay.

Tour Highlights

• Harbour Bridge
• Milsons Point
• Sydney Opera House views
• North Head Lookout
• Manly Beach

Tour Includes

• Experienced Driver Guides
• Comprehensive commentary
• Travel in an air-conditioned coach

Optional Extras

• Captain Cook Lunch Cruise
• Magistic Lunch Cruise
• Sydney Opera House Tour
• Captain Cook Taronga Zoo Express

Departs

Sydney CBD, New South Wales | More Sydney CBD Tours

NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2021 - 2022 season. The 2021 - 2022 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2021 - 31st March 2022. The 2022 - 2023 season rates commence on the 1st April 2022.



Bookings

Due to the ongoing and evolving nature of Covid-19 restrictions and the unpredictable impact it is having on bookings we have temporarily ceased taking new reservations for this package. If you have a gift voucher that you would like to redeem please contact us and we will be happy to check availability.

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