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Private and tailored tiny group tour of Sydney with travel writer and historian

Private and tailored tiny group tour of Sydney with travel writer and historian

Everything about this boutique tour is tailored for your maximum enjoyment. Your guide Graeme Philipson is a successful travel writer and long-time Sydney resident with a degree in Australian history. Maximum two couples or one family (with some exceptions). This is a special tour for discerning visitors. The aim is to get behind-the-scenes and see how the locals live. Sydney is one of the world’s most attractive and exciting cities. You can’t hope to see it all in a day or even a week. But we can try! Sydney has so much to offer. To make it easy we work with you to tailor your visit, concentrating on the things you want to see and the experiences you want to have. Many of them blend into each other. We’ll spend some time beforehand working at an itinerary that best matches your interests. And if you want to make it up as we go along, that’s fine too!
  • 3 to 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation

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