3-hour* Sydney Sightseeing Bus Tour

"Kings Cross - Rose Bay - Watsons Bay - Bondi Beach"

only $18*

cash price

(card payments attract 2.3% surcharge)


We use an air-conditioned tour coach.

You will be comfortable with us whatever the weather.

Welcome to the Sydney Sightseeing Bus Tour.

Our guided bus tour is a logical continuation of our popular free walking tour. It covers areas of Sydney not accessible by walking.

This tour will help you visit many places that you will not see on your own. Sydney has so much more to offer than just the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. We have many amazing places worth visiting, and the best places are hidden from tourists.

First we will stop at Mrs. Macquarie's Point to take postcard-perfect picture of Sydney. Then we will explore the most beautiful sights in Sydney - our amazing eastern suburbs with spectacular views around every corner.

You will see places loved by locals, but often missed by tourists - the best beaches, lookouts, parks, ocean cliffs and hidden gems of Sydney.

There will be many stops and photo opportunities along the way. The last stop on the tour will be at famous Bondi Beach. If you want to you can stay there and enjoy the beach or you can come back to the City with us.

Within this three hours you will discover places you would need a few days to visit using public transport.

Come exploring with us.

3-hour* Sydney Sightseeing Bus Tour

only on Thursdays and Saturdays at 10.30am


No booking.

Register with tour guides in Orange 'Free Tours' T-shirts.

Our meeting point:

Archibald Fountain
at Hyde Park

(20 metres from St. James Station)


We're recommended by:

Sydney bus tour route


You will see and learn about:

The Sydney bus tour stopped at Bondi Beach. Travellers can feel the fresh ocean breeze and walk on a popular Sydney beach. The picture is taken on the north side of Bondi Beach.
  • The Domain
  • Art Gallery of NSW
  • Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Mrs Macquarie's Point
  • Fort Denison
  • Our Colourful Colonial Characters
Sydney sightseeing bus has stopped at the Gap at Watsons Bay - at the most magnificent lookout overlooking Sydney Harbour and the ocean. Tourists are enjoying views and taking pictures.
  • Woolloomooloo
  • The Finger Wharf
  • Garden Island Navy Base
  • Potts Point
  • Al Alamein Fountain
  • Kings Cross
A group of tourists who joined Sydney sightseeing tours are at the lookout next to Kincoppal school at Vaucluse. Travellers are taking pictures of the City at a distance.
  • Rushcutters Bay
  • Double Bay
  • Point Piper
  • Rose Bay
  • Vaucluse
  • The First Australian Lighthouse
Sydney City tour bus stopped at Mrs Macquaries Point. Tourists are enjoying the best views of both the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
  • Watsons Bay
  • The Gap
  • Worst shipwreck in Sydney
  • Old Signal Station
  • Bondi Beach
  • Sharks, Spiders and Flying Foxes
Another stop of the sightseeing bus tour is at Rose Bay. An elderly couple who joined sightseeing bus tour is enjoying the views Rose Bay - one of the most beautiful bays of Sydney Harbour.
  • Centennial Park
  • Paddington
  • Colourful Oxford Street
  • Old Darlinghurst Gaol
  • Bushrangers and Larrikins
  • Australian Museum

We stop to Come out, Explore and Take pictures!


The tour starts and finishes at Hyde Park.

Our last stop before we return to the City is Bondi Beach. You may choose to stay at Bondi Beach or come back with us to the City.

* How is our bus tour three times cheaper than similar tours in Sydney?

Sighseeing bus tour is organized by "Free Tours Sydney". We charge you only for the running cost of the bus. Our tour guides are not paid for their work. That is why we ask for a voluntary contribution at the end of the tour.

We leave it up to you to decide what their work is worth.

As a result we are able to offer you the most affordable sightseeing guided bus tour in Sydney.

* No tours on Christmas Day (25th December), Australia Day (26th January) and ANZAC day (25th April).


* Duration of the Bus Tour is at least 3 hours depending on traffic conditions. We return to the City by 2pm.

* The bus has a place for foldable prams and wheelchairs.

* Currently, our vehicles do not have a wheelchair lift.


* Our tour guides reserve the right to deny participation of any group.

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Q&A

"I was told by a driver of a Hop on Hop off Sydney bus that you do not operate anymore. Is this true?"

No, our tours run as advertised.

"Do you have enough places for everyone?"

Due to closed borders there will be lots of empty seats.

"We are a group of 15. Can we join your tour?"

Yes. You can just come. It is a good idea to contact us in advance.

Also, we can orginize a tour for you on any day of your choice.

"I cannot see your bus. How do I find you?"

Please, do not look for a bus. Look for the tour guides in an orange 'Free Tours' T-shirts at the meeting point.