Travel 2 Australia & New Zealand 2018/19

Sydney Sydney is truly a world-class city in every sense of the phrase, and its picturesque harbour setting has few rivals. You’ll instantly recognise the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge, but you’ll also discover unparalleled dining, nightlife, shopping and sightseeing opportunities. Explore the neighbourhoods beyond the city centre to discover the ‘real’ Sydney or, if you just want to have some fun, head over to Manly or Bondi and hit the beach.


1 Arts Hotel 2 Mercure Sydney 3 Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Central 4 Adina Apartments, Darling Harbour 5 Park Hyatt Sydney 6 Novotel Darling Harbour 7 Holiday Inn Old Sydney 8 West Hotel Sydney 9 Parkroyal Darling Harbour 10 Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour 11 Hyatt Regency Sydney 12 Intercontinental Sydney 13 Shangri-La, Sydney 16 Harbour Rocks 17 Four Seasons 18 Radisson Blu Plaza, Sydney 19 The Langham Sydney 20 Vibe Hotel Sydney 21 Amora Hotel Jamison 22 Rydges World Square 23 Rendezvous Hotel Sydney The Rocks 24 Sir Stamford at Circular Quay 25 Novotel Sydney Darling Square 14 Cambridge Hotel 15 Mantra 2 Bond St

Harbour Bridge

ToManlyBeach (30-minute ferrycrossing or40minutedrive)













Royal Botanic Gardens






CentrePoint Tower


Hyde Park






Darling Harbour


Convention Centre


War Memorial

Exhibition Centre

ToBondi&CoogeeBeaches (20-30minutedrive)






WILD AUSTRALIA EXPERIENCE Departures & Duration: 2 hours, Daily This exclusive journey of Australian discovery is led by a Zookeeper and is designed to encourage interaction between visitors, Australian animals and the Zoo family, enabling you to have a hands-on, behind the scenes experience. Your Zookeeper will explain the special adaptations of unique Aussie animals, which enable them to live in harmony with the harsh Australian environment. You will have excellent photo opportunities with animals such as koalas, kangaroos, echidnas and more. Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure to explore Taronga Zoo.

HANDA OPERA ON SYDNEY HARBOUR - WEST SIDE STORY Departures & Duration: Tues-Sun 7:30pm, 22 Mar-21 Apr 2019 Opera on Sydney Harbour offers the best of Sydney in a single evening: singing, sunsets, spectacle and sparkling wine in a magnificent pop-up open air opera house. An all-singing, all-dancing supporting cast takes on this wistful love story is studded with infectious songs including ‘Somewhere’, ‘Maria’, ‘I Feel Pretty’, ‘America’, ‘Cool’ and of course, ‘Tonight’. Raise a glass as the sun sets and drink in the view as you share a meal in one of the pop-up bars and restaurants on site. Then sit back to enjoy the enthralling show, complete with live orchestra stage and fireworks in the balmy night air. OPERA AT THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE Departures & Duration: Please call for performance schedules and prices Sydney Opera House is on the to-do list of every visitor to Australia. But seeing it isn’t enough. To get the full benefit of this architectural wonder of the world, you need to climb the steps, enter the building and experience an opera performance that’s unlike anywhere else in the world. So prepare for the most impressive night you’ve ever had. You can dress up (but you don’t have to), have a glass of champagne looking over the harbour, and enjoy an exciting performance in the Joan Sutherland Theatre.

Prices from £77 per adult,£49 per child

1 NIGHT ROAR AND SNORE Departures: Daily

Every animal has a story waiting to be told. At Taronga Zoo’s Roar and Snore, we bring animals, keepers and the public together, so you can learn the untold stories of the world’s greatest creatures, both big and small. Enjoy safari style accommodation, delicious foods and majestic views of Sydney Harbour and Opera House, then drift off to distant chirps, purrs, squawks. Then awaken refreshed, inspired and more passionate about the animal kingdom than you ever dreamed.

Popular operas including Turandot, La Bohème, and Madame Butterfly highlight the season or enjoy Great Opera Hits on Sunday afternoons.

Prices from £212 per adult, £136 per child


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