Wednesday 29 March 2017, Darling Harbour
Playgroup NSW is inviting you and your family to join them at Tumbalong Park, Darling Harbour on March 29 for a free family day of fun, activities and entertainment for children aged 0 - school age.The...
Livelo Performance Bike Rental and Guide Tours Sydney.
Livelo is a great choice for folks who consider themselves travellers, not tourists. Their guests come from all walks of life, from architects to CEOs, to designers and students. But they all share one thing in common: a passion for culture and a love of cycling.
Livelo tours are conducted by guides with an intimate knowledge of their city that they really love to share. Each tour is personalised you their guests interest, be it architecture or sport, food or fashion their pedal pilots will take you where you want to go.
They use high quality road bikes or more casual Tokyobikes, the super cool marque designed for urban cycling.
Book your tour now and experience Sydney the way the locals live it.
Urbanista Guided Bike TourYou've seen Sydney's harbour landmarks (because you did Livelo's Iconic Guided Bike Tour) now it's time to see where the city's most culture-conscious residents live, work and play. The Urbanista takes you into the heart and soul of Sydney's design food and fashion districts, through the inner-city precincts of Woolloomooloo, Surry Hills, Chippendale and Newtown. You'll pedal to the city's hippest art galleries, installation spaces, bakeries, and cafes. Explore grungy laneways and look at cutting-edge architecture and challenging graffiti. You'll see secret spaces that even many Sydneysiders don't know about; such as the colourful children's chapel hidden within the crypt of the city's oldest church. Poke around in an historic graveyard, ride through Australia's first university, and stickybeak at Russell Crowe's AUD14 million penthouse apartment.
|Start Location||Ground Floor Sydney|
|Duration||Half Day or Less|
|Price||$125.00 - $125.00 Per person. Includes three hour tour, use of Tokyobike, helmet and lights, espresso and cake at Black Star Pastry. Maximum six places.|