Self-guided walking tours through the historic village of Menangle, in the birth place of Australian agriculture and First Fleet Cowpastures. This village was a part of the Macarthur's ground...
Sydney’s south is the land of rugged clifftops, true blue Aussie beaches and is home to the Royal National Park, one of Australia’s oldest national parks.
If you have time to visit Sydney’s south during your visit, it’s well worth taking a tour, where you can roam the dramatic headlands, explore the gorgeous waterways, and take some lovely nature walks through pristine forests and bushland.
Sydney South tours cover everything from bushwalks and kayaking adventures, to surf lessons, to scenic river cruises. Explore the beaches of Cronulla and across the Hacking River, Bundeena, which is just a short ferry ride from Cronulla. Don’t miss the starkly beautiful La Perouse, where French navigator Lapérouse arrived on Bare Island in 1788, and Mascot, home to Sydney International Airport, which has some good restaurants and factory outlet shopping.
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