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Sydney City Highlights Small-Group Electric Bike Guided Tour

Highlights
  • See top attractions in Sydney on a comprehensive tour by electric bike
  • Ride to the Sydney Opera House, Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, and much more
  • Learn about the city’s history, culture, and hot spots from your guide
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Sydney City Highlights Small-Group Electric Bike Guided Tour
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Our ‘Sydney City’ guided electric bike tour is the perfect way to get orientated around Sydney. Our guide will lead the way on a bike friendly route that showcases some of Sydney’s most famous sights
From US$72.57
9am City Highlights Tour
Our ‘Sydney City’ guided electric bike tour is the perfect way to get orientated around Sydney. Our guided tour on E-bikes will take to you to The Opera House, Over the Harbour Bridge plus more!
From US$72.57
Overview
Explore Sydney by electric bike with a guide who takes you to some of the city’s most famous landmarks, including Sydney Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay, and Darling Harbour. A great way for newcomers to get oriented to the city and its top sights, this 2.5-hour small-group tour follows a bike-friendly route. Bonus: pedaling uphill is a breeze thanks to the electric assist of the e-bike.
What to Expect

Make your own way to Sydney Town Hall, where you meet your guide to begin your e-bike tour. Your guide provides instruction for using the electric bike before you head out.

Then, with your e-bike making pedaling a cinch—even uphill!—follow your guide to the top sights in town for an ideal orientation to Australia’s biggest city. Make stops at Sydney Opera House, Hyde Park, Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, Circular Quay, Walsh Bay, and Barangaroo. Then head toward North Sydney and the Secret Garden via Sydney Harbour Bridge. Along the way, your guide provides commentary about the sights and provides tips for places to visit on your own later. Your tour ends back at your departure point. 

On this small-group tour, you ride with up to eight people on a route that covers about 12 miles (19 kilometers). Closed-toe, comfortable shoes and bike- and weather-appropriate clothing are recommended.

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Reviews (58)
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Reviewed 6 days ago
E-Bike Excitement

A big thanks to Rachel for an invigorating and knowledge based tour of the Harbour and CBD sights of Sydney. Love the ease of riding with some e-assistance along the way! Wendy's garden was a highlight along with a 'zoomy' ride across the bridge! Recommend...More

Thank Paul H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Best E-Bike Tour Ever!

What an amazing way to see the sights of Sydney from so many different angles! Matt was an amazing tour guide offering commentary on the sites we visited. The bikes were well maintained and the electric assist really came in handy on the steep hills...More

Thank OntheGo1957
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great Fun

Me and my wife (both seniors) had a lot of fun on this must do tour. Tilly, our guide was very informative and looked after us very well. Do not even think about it DO THIS TOUR you will not be sorry.

Thank humptus
Reviewed 1 November 2018
exciting, informing and a lot of fun

it was great! The group was so cheerful and the cuople from England were absolutely lovely. But the best was definetely Tilly, our wonderful guide. She did an amazing job, told us a lot about the history of Sydney, showed us special pleaces and knows...More

2  Thank JuliaMM2010
Reviewed 17 October 2018 via mobile
Great way to take in the sights!

Booked the city highlight tour and had an awesome time with Tilly as our guide. The weather was beautiful and sunny and we were able to get photos of the Sydney Harbor bridge and the Sydney Opera House from many vantage points. The ebikes are...More

Thank ALumbre
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Pat K
2 December 2018|
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Response from humptus | Reviewed this property |
Rocks yes. Botanical gardens no. We went to the entrance to the gardens but not in.
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davro4071
7 August 2018|
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Response from Margarite B | Reviewed this property |
Yes there were quite a few kids with us.
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