Top 4 ways to take in Sydney’s sights

Sydney Tower Eye The vibrant cosmopolitan city of Sydney is home to some of Australia’s most iconic landmarks including the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, as well as breathtaking beach views and rugged bushland. With plenty of tour options, there is no better way to explore Sydney’s sights than with an iVenture Card.
  1. 1. Sit back and relax during a 2.5 hour city tour on board an AAT Kings Double-Decker. You will explore the historic Rocks district, see the Sydney Opera House and stretch your legs with a walk across the Harbour Bridge.
  2. 2. If you’re not afraid of heights then make your way to the Sydney Tower Eye and have an experience of a lifetime at one of the tallest structures in the southern hemisphere. With an observation deck offering 360⁰C views and a 4D cinema with spectacular in-theatre effects it’s an experience hard to beat.
  3. 3. Get in your daily exercise and explore Manly Beach and Sydney Harbour National Park by bike. A 2 hour bike tour will share the sights of the coast town, take you past idyllic beaches and fill you in on the history of Manly.
  4. 4. For an out of town experience, breathe in the fresh air and soak up the expansive views of rainforest, Lake Illawarra and the South Pacific Ocean with an Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk. Located just 2 hours from Sydney or Canberra.

February 17, 2015 by Lindsay Simoncavage

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