Sydney Attractions

captaincookCaptain Cook Cruises has launched a new two-day version of its popular 24-hour Hop-On Hop-Off Sydney Harbour Explorer pass. This versatile pass allows passengers to travel on any of Captain Cook’s 80 daily departures to 11 destinations around Sydney Harbour, and includes two new routes; to Barangaroo and the International Convention Centre Sydney in Darling Harbour.

Ultimately Sydney has launched a full-day Sydney’s Hottest Precincts tour showcasing four of the city’s emerging neighbourhoods. Travelling in style in a 14-seat Mercedes-Benz, guests visit the foodie precincts of The Cannery in Rosebery, for tastings at Three Blue Ducks, 80/20 Paleo and Archie Rose Distillery; The Streets of Barangaroo for juice or coffee at Joe the Juice, plus vermouth tasting and a paired plate at Banksii restaurant; the Tramsheds Harold Park, for tastings at Naked Foods,  and slow-cooked meat and local craft beer or cider at Butcher and the Farmer; and Kensington Street, Chippendale to explore Spice Alley and take a six-wine master class at Handpicked Wines. Nom Nom.

Featherdale Wildlife Park in Western Sydney has introduced Breakfast with a Koala. After a continental breakfast, guests can have a cuteness overload by meeting with a koala and chatting with a knowledgeable zookeeper. The 45-minute encounter takes place at 8.15 each morning in the Drovers Hut Function Centre.

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