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There is no better place to observe the buzzing harbour city than atop The Sydney Tower Eye, whether it be soaking up the sun outside on a 45 minute guided SKYWALK tour (now with Mandarin audio guides), or from the …



360 Bar and Dining is pleased to present The Highest High Tea on the last Sunday of every month, starting from 30 July.Indulge in delightful savoury creations like salmon rillettes and croque monsieur, along with …


The Mint was constructed between 1811–1816 as the southern wing of the Sydney Hospital. Known as the Rum Hospital it was built by private contractors in exchange for an exclusive license to import rum. In 1854 a …


LEARN DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHYIntstruction by a professional photographer/tutor. Learn technical and creative skills as you work through the historic Rocks. All digital camera types and skill levels welcome! Also …



Four buildings//six months//limitless thinkingFeel the pulse of a new level of artistic energy in The Rocks as an ever-changing mix of creative minds take up residence in four vacant heritage buildings.11am to 7pm …


Tread in the footsteps of the convicts, larrikin gangs & locals of the past as you share a drink in 3 of Sydney's oldest pubs. Between watering holes, your guide will take you through the alleys & cobbled …


Two Feet & a Heartbeat is Australia’s most awarded walking tour company, proudly operating in both Perth and Sydney. Two Feet began in 2007 in the time-honoured tradition of scribbling an idea down on a …


Vaucluse House survives as one of Sydney's only 19th century harbourside estates with house, kitchen wing, stables and outbuildings and is still surrounded by ten hectares of formal gardens and grounds. Vaucluse House …


Wine Odyssey Australia's Tasting Theatre Experience is an interactive video presentation, one hour in duration, which incorporates a tasting of 6 premium Australian wines. Learn about each one from the wine maker who …