Be it beachside getaways, outstanding performance spaces, world-class restaurants, cosy cafes orwildlife attractions, the diversity of Sydney promises to charm every traveller.
Sydney Bridge Climb
A trip to Sydney is not complete without the Sydney Bridge climb. The bridge climb is considered one of the world’s Top Ten Experiences by Lonely Planet! You will definitely enjoy twilight Sydney bridge climb in a group of up to 14 people set out along catwalks, up ladders, and steadily to the summit of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, 134 metres above Sydney Harbour.
Dine at the Top Restaurants in Sydney
At night, you may want to dine by the harbor in five-star style at Quay, named in San Pellegrino World’s 50 best restaurants, and one of the Australia’s Chef Hat Awards’ winners. Or, dine at Sydney Tower -360 Bar and Dining, a stylish and intimate restaurant offering guests an indulgent culinary experience with 360 revolving views of the city.
Matilda’s musical is the award-winning musical from the Royal Shakespeare Company, inspired by the beloved book by the incomparable Roald Dahl. The Show is currently running in London’s West End, on Broadway in New York, and touring in the United States. With an Australian production open in this July till November, you will have a chance to enjoy the musical show with just 8 hours flight from Singapore
Private Seaplane Flight to Cottage Point Inn
Cottage Point Inn offers a prime waterfront dining location on the Hawkesbury River, where diners can land right in front of the restaurant by seaplane direct from Rose Bay. The restaurant is renowned for its relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Enjoy your meal on the deck while the water laps, or opt for a seat in the sensitively-restored heritage dining room. Your flight back to Sydney circles over the city for stunning views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
Emirates One & Only Wolgan Valley, Blue Mountains
Emirates One & Only Wolgan Valley is nestled between two of Australia’s most prominent national parks, the Wollemi National Park and the Gardens of Stone National Park in the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, forming the center piece for unique experiences and insights into Australia’s wildlife, history and cultural heritage.
Wolgan Wildlife and Sundowner Experience
Wolgan Wildlife and Sundowner Experience will be conducted by the resort in the late afternoon, an hour before the sunset (1.5 hours). This is the best opportunities to observe Australia’s wildlife, which is most active at this time. You will see kangaroos, wallaroos, wallabies and a wide variety of smaller, lesser known species. Field Guides are well versed in local bush lore and history and guests will be entertained and educated along the way. The experience concludes with canapés, refreshments and a glass of sparkling wine while guests watch the sun disappear over the horizon.
Private Helicopter Ride from Blue Mountain to Hunter Valley
We are assuring you that this will be the most unique way to travel – a private helicopter ride from Blue Mountains to Hunter Valley. You will have the chance to visit a range of excellent wineries this afternoon. Some of the favorites wineries in this area : Audrey Wilkinson, Iron Gate Estate, Savannah Estate, Pepper Tree Wines, Mount View Estate and more. To fully appreciate what the Hunter has to offer, we will arrange a private wine appreciation class to teach you about grape varieties and styles, the winemaking process and the correct method for tasting wine. Or, you might like to explore vineyards on bike or play a game of golf.
Spicers Vineyards Estate, a Luxury Lodge
Sleep in the lap of luxury at Spicers Vineyards Estate, a luxury lodge set amongst rolling vineyards and native bush land. This is a place where great food and wine provide the perfect recipe for relaxation.