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Glow-worm tour and Spotlighting
Age 7 and up. Good mobility needed! An unforgettable, educational experience visiting the unique glow worms after a short walk through World Heritage listed forest and rainforest. We will meet at sunset, spending a little time introducing ourselves and safety briefing. Then as the stars begin to appear, with the use of torches, we begin our 20 minute walk to the overhanging cave and waterfall, with the possibility of seeing our amazing nocturnal wildlife. Possums, gliders, owls and bats to name just a few. Another truly amazing encounter, only within the first 3 weeks of summer is the chance of fireflies. We will spend 30 minutes to an hour in the overhang, behind the waterfall learning about these incredible glowing larvae and why they glow. The track is mostly in good condition, though there are some stairs and heavily eroded sections therefore a medium fitness level is required. Glow worms are extremely sensitive to light and sound so we will ask our clients to respect this and there will be a 5 minute educational talk around this before entering the cave. Smoking is strictly prohibited on the tour. We recommend bringing your own torches, though we can supply if needed. Minimal impact is very high on our list of priorities and instructions will be given on how to achieve this. We ask our clients to adhere to these rules.
Meet the sanctuary animals of Moo to Ewe
Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. We start by meeting the cheeky goat gang who love eating from your hand! Next we take a nice stroll over to meet the friendly cows, followed by spending some quality time with the sheep and alpacas. Next up, we visit the hens and roosters, before making our way over to meet pigs Sunday, Bo and Ivy. During the tour you are welcome to pat and scratch any of the animals if they are willing. We are not a petting zoo.
Self-drive Speed Boat Adventure
The Sydney Harbour Bridge towers above like a cathedral of steel. The sun shimmers on the water. Breathe the fresh, salty air and gaze at the curved seashell shape of the Opera House and the glassy downtown skyscrapers reflecting the sky. You’re exploring the world famous Sydney Harbour on a boat. Even better, you’re the one behind the wheel. Yup, that’s right. You’re the captain on this unforgettable adventure. This is a fantastic way to see the main highlights of the harbour in a short amount of time - without having to share a boat with hundreds of others or listen to pre-recorded commentary. It’s an authentic, small-group experience with a knowledgeable local guide - giving you an up-close-and-personal glimpse of Sydney’s coolest spots. If you’ve never driven a boat before - don’t panic. The speedboat is safe and easy to operate and I’ll be right there to help you! No experience or licence is required. This two hour self-drive boat tour is perfect if you are short on time. However, if you have time for our three hour journey (https://www.airbnb.com.au/experiences/693197) - the upgrade is definitely worth it. When you factor in time for the safety briefing and preparation, the three hour trip actually gives you nearly twice as much time on the water! It’s a great value way to explore even more of the legendary Sydney Harbour. Other things to note Please wear casual clothes and shoes and bring sunscreen and a hat/cap. I will provide you with a life vest, and a waterproof bag for all your valuables. There are ponchos available if required.
Blue Mountains views & vineyards in a vintage Kombi
This is a unique, locally-run, guided day tour (approx 11am to 5pm!) around the beautiful Blue Mountains in a lovingly maintained vintage VW Kombi. We'll visit outstanding places that most tourists don't get to see—places of scenic splendour, the kinds of views for which the Blue Mountains are famous, waterfalls and a secret glade. We'll take some short easy walks, enjoy a lunch stop, and finish up with visits to vineyards in the stunningly pretty Megalong Valley for some wine tasting. You can join this tour either as a day trip from Sydney or if staying at one of the many hotels and B&Bs in the Blue Mountains. (Please ignore the 'where to meet' on this page!) I'll pick you up from your accommodation anywhere between Springwood and Blackheath, or we'll arrange a convenient meeting point. Our lunch stop could be a historic cafe or perhaps a picnic, depending on the weather and the group's preference. This is ordinarily a SATURDAY or SUNDAY tour because that is when the vineyards are open. I can certainly schedule a tour on any weekday for groups of three or more—please just ask! Instead of vineyards, there are many other great places to show you. Other things to note: along the way we will agree on a lunch stop, but no food is included in the fee. Ditto for any expenses at the vineyards. Please bring reasonable walking shoes (sneakers OK), some water, and sun protection.
Blue Mountains Day Trip with Hike, Waterfalls & Lunch
G'day there, My name is Trent & I have created a really chilled Blue Mountains experience for those seeking a social & less touristic tour with full transport. After picking you up from Sydney in our mini bus, we will drive to my hometown of Glenbrook to grab a coffee together at a cool local cafe. Before we show you some kangaroos & kookuburras in the bush. We will take you on a moderate 90min bushwalk via some amazing view points, small waterfalls to the base of a big waterfall into Jamison Valley. Unless you are a big hiker this is more than enough :) We provide a social picnic lunch where we all connect & byo beers/drinks are fine. We actually stop by an alcohol shop in the bus. After lunch we stop by the famous Three Sisters Rock formations up at Katoomba. We also stop at Lincols rock (Google it). On the warmer days we go for a quick dip in a local swimming spot deep in the bush (Nov-March) Our adventure generally concludes 530ish near central station at the front of a bar/cafe (often some in the group grab a drink together). *We are an alternative type of small group social tour with fast transport. *10+ hours *Taste Tim Tams & Vegemite on bus *Pre made fresh sandwiches for lunch *We donate some of our minimal profits to charity at xmas *Any Q's pls message me We have noticed an increase of dingoes (wild dogs) scaring off the kangaroos and cant guarantee roos.

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Glow-worm tour and Spotlighting
Age 7 and up. Good mobility needed! An unforgettable, educational experience visiting the unique glow worms after a short walk through World Heritage listed forest and rainforest. We will meet at sunset, spending a little time introducing ourselves and safety briefing. Then as the stars begin to appear, with the use of torches, we begin our 20 minute walk to the overhanging cave and waterfall, with the possibility of seeing our amazing nocturnal wildlife. Possums, gliders, owls and bats to name just a few. Another truly amazing encounter, only within the first 3 weeks of summer is the chance of fireflies. We will spend 30 minutes to an hour in the overhang, behind the waterfall learning about these incredible glowing larvae and why they glow. The track is mostly in good condition, though there are some stairs and heavily eroded sections therefore a medium fitness level is required. Glow worms are extremely sensitive to light and sound so we will ask our clients to respect this and there will be a 5 minute educational talk around this before entering the cave. Smoking is strictly prohibited on the tour. We recommend bringing your own torches, though we can supply if needed. Minimal impact is very high on our list of priorities and instructions will be given on how to achieve this. We ask our clients to adhere to these rules.
Meet the sanctuary animals of Moo to Ewe
Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. Get up close and personal with the gorgeous rescued farm animals of the sanctuary. The tour involves meeting and feeding snacks to all of the animals. We start by meeting the cheeky goat gang who love eating from your hand! Next we take a nice stroll over to meet the friendly cows, followed by spending some quality time with the sheep and alpacas. Next up, we visit the hens and roosters, before making our way over to meet pigs Sunday, Bo and Ivy. During the tour you are welcome to pat and scratch any of the animals if they are willing. We are not a petting zoo.
Self-drive Speed Boat Adventure
The Sydney Harbour Bridge towers above like a cathedral of steel. The sun shimmers on the water. Breathe the fresh, salty air and gaze at the curved seashell shape of the Opera House and the glassy downtown skyscrapers reflecting the sky. You’re exploring the world famous Sydney Harbour on a boat. Even better, you’re the one behind the wheel. Yup, that’s right. You’re the captain on this unforgettable adventure. This is a fantastic way to see the main highlights of the harbour in a short amount of time - without having to share a boat with hundreds of others or listen to pre-recorded commentary. It’s an authentic, small-group experience with a knowledgeable local guide - giving you an up-close-and-personal glimpse of Sydney’s coolest spots. If you’ve never driven a boat before - don’t panic. The speedboat is safe and easy to operate and I’ll be right there to help you! No experience or licence is required. This two hour self-drive boat tour is perfect if you are short on time. However, if you have time for our three hour journey (https://www.airbnb.com.au/experiences/693197) - the upgrade is definitely worth it. When you factor in time for the safety briefing and preparation, the three hour trip actually gives you nearly twice as much time on the water! It’s a great value way to explore even more of the legendary Sydney Harbour. Other things to note Please wear casual clothes and shoes and bring sunscreen and a hat/cap. I will provide you with a life vest, and a waterproof bag for all your valuables. There are ponchos available if required.
Blue Mountains views & vineyards in a vintage Kombi
This is a unique, locally-run, guided day tour (approx 11am to 5pm!) around the beautiful Blue Mountains in a lovingly maintained vintage VW Kombi. We'll visit outstanding places that most tourists don't get to see—places of scenic splendour, the kinds of views for which the Blue Mountains are famous, waterfalls and a secret glade. We'll take some short easy walks, enjoy a lunch stop, and finish up with visits to vineyards in the stunningly pretty Megalong Valley for some wine tasting. You can join this tour either as a day trip from Sydney or if staying at one of the many hotels and B&Bs in the Blue Mountains. (Please ignore the 'where to meet' on this page!) I'll pick you up from your accommodation anywhere between Springwood and Blackheath, or we'll arrange a convenient meeting point. Our lunch stop could be a historic cafe or perhaps a picnic, depending on the weather and the group's preference. This is ordinarily a SATURDAY or SUNDAY tour because that is when the vineyards are open. I can certainly schedule a tour on any weekday for groups of three or more—please just ask! Instead of vineyards, there are many other great places to show you. Other things to note: along the way we will agree on a lunch stop, but no food is included in the fee. Ditto for any expenses at the vineyards. Please bring reasonable walking shoes (sneakers OK), some water, and sun protection.
Wine Tasting Stargazing with an Astrophysicist
Experience our one-of-a-kind stargazing tour among the vines, surrounded by spectacular sandstone escarpments. Embark on a captivating space journey, vino in hand at the Dryridge Estate, a magnificent vineyard nestled in the serene Megalong Valley. Experience our one-of-a-kind stargazing tour among the vines, surrounded by the spectacular Narrow Neck sandstone escarpments and witness bright colours of the sunset over the Great Dividing Range to the west. Indulge yourself with wine tasting under the stars led by an Astrophysicist and exploration of the Southern Sky - planets, galaxies, stars, constellations and galaxies through the telescope, with scrumptious nibbles by the firepit, did we mention the cheese? What is included (per head) 2 hours of Wine Tasting & Stargazing tour with an Astrophysicist Sunset with breathtaking escarpment views across the Megalong Valley Substantial tasting of 7 current vintage wines served by passionate and knowledgeable staff Ploughman’s platter, including cheeses, cold meats, delicious accompaniments like pickles, olives and sundried tomatoes All served with fresh locally made bread, grissini and flat bread Naked-eye astronomy, tips and hacks Constellation storytelling by the campfire Professional Telescope viewing Binocular viewing Q&A with an Astrophysicist Falling stars if you are lucky!
Blue Mountains Day Trip with Hike, Waterfalls & Lunch
G'day there, My name is Trent & I have created a really chilled Blue Mountains experience for those seeking a social & less touristic tour with full transport. After picking you up from Sydney in our mini bus, we will drive to my hometown of Glenbrook to grab a coffee together at a cool local cafe. Before we show you some kangaroos & kookuburras in the bush. We will take you on a moderate 90min bushwalk via some amazing view points, small waterfalls to the base of a big waterfall into Jamison Valley. Unless you are a big hiker this is more than enough :) We provide a social picnic lunch where we all connect & byo beers/drinks are fine. We actually stop by an alcohol shop in the bus. After lunch we stop by the famous Three Sisters Rock formations up at Katoomba. We also stop at Lincols rock (Google it). On the warmer days we go for a quick dip in a local swimming spot deep in the bush (Nov-March) Our adventure generally concludes 530ish near central station at the front of a bar/cafe (often some in the group grab a drink together). *We are an alternative type of small group social tour with fast transport. *10+ hours *Taste Tim Tams & Vegemite on bus *Pre made fresh sandwiches for lunch *We donate some of our minimal profits to charity at xmas *Any Q's pls message me We have noticed an increase of dingoes (wild dogs) scaring off the kangaroos and cant guarantee roos.
Drink & Discover Secret Bar Crawl
Drink, dine and discover on Sydney's most popular nightlife experiencel! UNSURE HOW MANY PEOPLE ACTUALLY ARE ATTENDING? MESSAGE US - we generally have more guests booked than it says on Airbnb, but the group is capped at 12 guests. Perfect for date nights, singles, solo travellers, all ages and locals who want a fun and unique night out. Come with us as we explore some of Sydney's best small bars with a fun group. Over 4 hrs, your expert host will take you to the 3-4 different bars including some very well-hidden ones & some of Sydney's top-rated cocktail bars. As we explore, you'll hear stories of crime, local legends and other "pub trivia" worthy history of the area. TUES night: CBD route (start at QVB) THURS night: The Rocks route (start at Customs House) SAT night: Surry Hills & Darlinghurst route (start at Stanley St) Check out photos from experiences at @localsaucetours Please note: - This isn't a budget "pub crawl" - we visit bars that locals love, and the only tequila shots are delicious. - First drink and some share food is included, then it is up to you. We can give recommendations and some bars may give us special discounts. Expect to spend at least $30 AUD extra per person. - Photo ID required. - Gift vouchers available - message us. - If booking for more than 5 people, we recommend doing this as a private group, available for $10 AUD more per person.
Hinterland Magic & Glow-worm Experience
Be amazed by the Glow-worm magic as you listen to live sacred instruments. Head to the hinterland to visit the outstanding Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area (UNESCO). Be awestruck by epic lookouts and pristine waterfalls. Turn your visit into an "out of the box" adventure that will make you feel good from start to end. Be pleased with an organic vegetarian/vegan dinner in nature. Explore, not only the fabulous nature of the Rainbow Region but also leave with a greater understanding and appreciation of our community and environment. Head back to Byron rejuvenated after an experience filled with conscious talks, inspirational ideas, and live sacred instruments sessions in between. * The itinerary is subject to change depending on the season, park closures, weather conditions, and moon phase. The itinerary always includes a waterfall, a lookout, and glowworms.
Breakfast with Alpacas
The alpaca farm experience on the Central Coast appeals to people of all ages. We have 70+ alpacas, 40+ sheep and 38 cows and calves. You'll meet Billy our very special guard alpaca who will want to fed a banana before he will let you on the farm. Next you'll meet Ellie a wiltipoll sheep who is Billy's best friend. Take time to meet Billy and Ellie and get some photos. Ellie enjoys a good deep tissue massage Please bring some bananas for Billy, Joey and Cruz. Next its time to meet and feed Coby and Andy our horses who enjoy apples and carrots Walking up past the horses we meet Benny and the gang our flock of wiltipoll sheep. They are keen for their grain. Here you'll have the chance to hand feed the sheep and learn about what makes wiltipolls different to other sheep. You'll also meet Lola our maremma who guards the sheep From here it's off to the alpacas where you will the opportunity to hand feed them their alpaca mix and carrots. We spend time meeting the alpacas, interacting with them and learning their personalities. When the alpacas are full it's time to round them up and bring them to where we have a complimentary breakfast Its' now time for our breakfast watching the alpacas Enclosed shoes are recommended We also run an afternoon alpaca experiences Google Iris Lodge Alpacas alpacas.jilliby@gmail.com
Grand Adventure, Self-Drive Boat Tour
Imagine: it’s a beautiful day in Sydney and you’re behind the wheel of a speedboat, gliding through the world-famous harbour with the salty breeze on your face. Surrounded by iconic landmarks, it’s just you, your closest friends and a local guide who knows exactly where to find the coolest spots on Sydney’s downtown shores. Aye, captain - this is the ultimate tour for you if you really want to see Sydney like a local. In fact, I’m the only one in Sydney offering guided self-drive boat tours of the harbour. Forget about joining a huge tourist barge and listening to pre-recorded commentary. It’s much more fun to zip around on quick, agile boats with a small group, seeing unique spots in the harbour the big boats don’t even visit. Don’t worry if you have no experience or boating licence. Most of my guests have never driven a boat before - but after 5-10 minutes they are completely comfortable and able to navigate the harbour confidently. If you really want to discover all the fascinating stories Sydney Harbour has to offer, this trip provides you with the best value. (When you compare this tour with our two hour option and factor in time for your safety briefing and preparation, you’ll get nearly twice as much time on the water. That’s twice the sights, twice the stories and twice the fun - for only 30% more.) Other things to note Before the start of the tour you will participate in a boat safety and operations briefing. Once training is completed you will be able to operate your own boat as you follow me through the harbour.
Sunset & Sparkle Sydney Harbour Cruise
@SeaSydneyHarbour #SeaSydneyHarbour Explore Sydney Harbour by dusk and enjoy the stunning Sydney landmarks as the sun sets and the city lights come to life. Come on board and experience an intimate and relaxed 1 hour cruise aboard a relaxed one level catamaran that showcases the best of Sydney by dusk. You will enjoy 360° uninterrupted views of the most beautiful harbour and cityscape in the world, with prime photo opportunities. With indoor and outdoor areas for viewing the harbour’s beauty, watch as the sun sets and the city reveals it’s lights. Experience this catamaran cruise onboard vessel Kirralee. Enjoy a grazing platter and a beverage (non-alcoholic), with the option to BYO alcoholic beverages onboard, and spend time cruising and relaxing, as you see Sydney Harbour on a boat! This is a shared ticketed cruise with departures available on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings. Departure times vary by month, according to the Sydney sunset time. Boarding and disembarking takes place at Man O War Steps (located next to the Sydney Opera House). NOTE: This is a shared ticketed cruise with bookings being taken through various partners/websites. Maximum passenger numbers of 30 per cruise. The cruise does NOT contain a guided tour and a sunset CANNOT be guaranteed. If a guided tour is preferred, please view the experience -Sydney Harbour Sights Lunch Cruise Other things to note Cruises are generally not affected by the weather. In the event that the weather conditions are deemed unsafe, you will be contacted to discuss alternate arrangements at the earliest possible time. Plan to arrive at the wharf 15-20 minutes prior to your departure time to avoid any delays.
Stargazing Tour with an Astrophysicist
Embark on a captivating space journey in the endless beauty of the World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains skies. Join us for a fun, interactive and insightful sky watching nocturnal tour, stargazing experience and fascinating storytelling. Perfect night out for all ages, date nights, families, groups and locals, this unforgettable tour features Australia’s spectacular night sky away from the city lights. A wonderful opportunity to experience the Southern Sky and its celestial wonders only visible from the Southern hemisphere. We'll start the tour with a quick introduction of the history of the Blue Mountains through time. We'll follow with tips and hacks on how to identify stars and constellations with the naked-eye and introduce you to the celestial dance of planets, satellites, navigation, the Universe, our home Galaxy and beyond... You will then observe through the professional-grade telescope objects such as (depending on the time of year and night): - The Moon and its craters and seas - Saturn’s rings - The moons of Jupiter - Mars & Venus - The Orion Nebula - Star clusters - Double & triple stars - Deep space objects such as galaxies and our fabulous Milky Way - Shooting stars if you are lucky! I will delve into the study of every object and answer all your questions. We look forward to sharing this moment with you in this special place in the world.
Hunter Valley Wine, Cheese & Kangaroos
@AustralianWineAndCheese #AustralianWineAndCheese Free wine and cheese all day! We'll start our day at Ovolo Hotel, Woolloomooloo. There’s a café inside. The address is 6 Cowper Wharf Roadway. You'll be offered a free coffee while we chat, laugh, relax and meet new friends. After this we'll jump in the car and drive straight for The Hunter Valley! This takes a couple of hours, so sit back, relax in the car, listen to music, share a conversation, whatever you feel like! We'll stop at four amazing wineries throughout the day, with wines for all palates. You'll taste a minimum of 25 wines and experience the main varieties that The Hunter Valley is famous for! We'll sip, taste, graze, learn, explore, meet a wine-maker and hunt down wines that are perfect for YOU. There's gourmet cheese platters and tastings staggered throughout the day, a very cheesy lunch and a cheese+charcuterie board for sunset. Learn the art and science of pairing wine with cheese and enjoy some Kangaroo spotting in the afternoon as well. It's a big beautiful flavoursome day and you'll be personally chauffeured around by me <3 Then back to Ovolo Hotel. You may need your wallet, phone, ID, sunscreen, comfy clothes. Bring a rain jacket if there's wet weather. I'll have umbrellas. The experience includes water, snacks, wine, and grazings.
Gay Sydney Walking Tours
I'm going to show you round Sydney's LGBT past and present in this friendly, relaxed and informative walking tour. You'll hear the stories of prominent gay citizens of the city, as well as important parts of the cultural scene, including the intenationally renowned Mardi Gras parade. As a gay Sydney-sider, I'll also share personal recommendations - culinary, cultural and anything else you're curious about - plus am always happy to answer queeries you might have :) This tour is perfect for solo-travellers, as you can easily connect with others, many of whom are travelling solo too. Of course, couples and groups will also fit in perfectly! For the daytime tour, we will stop midway for coffee/tea/soft drinks, and for the evening tour, we will get a drink at the end - on me! Other things to note This tour is all walking, but it's without any significant hills.
Revitalise during a wellbeing day in a rainforest retreat
After a prolonged period of lockdown and social isolation, our minds and bodies need to recharge. In the NSW Central Coast hinterland, I've created a space for you to connect to yourself, nature and others. We'll meet in a '70s house with a mid-century interior and contemporary art. The day'll begin with morning tea out on the lawn, basking in the beauty of native palms and ferns. Soon after, a knowledge session will begin. Around noon, we’ll all partake in a communal, plant-based lunch. This time will be used for socialising, sharing stories, and building attachments with genuine human contact. After lunch, we’ll practise Forest Bathing—the grounding, therapeutic practice of taking in the forest atmosphere using most of our senses. Submerging ourselves, as it were, in the unfiltered sights, sounds, and smells of the untouched wilderness. Group meditation shall follow after that. During this, we’ll work together to gradually let go. Relax, de-excite our nervous system, quiet our thoughts and gently surrender to the relaxing, rejuvenating energy of stillness and oneness. This will be a good time to revitalise and recalibrate your energy. Upon return, we’ll enjoy evening tea with delicious sweets and more socialising. Then we’ll close the day with a music session to soothe, pacify, and nourish our souls. For more information sign up at vitalmeans.co @vitalmeans