Complete Sydney and the Rocks free walking tour
2.5 hours easy walking tour
If you thought that Sydney's history is short and boring, think again. It is interesting and fascinating. And we are going to share it with you.
Our "Colonial walk in modern Sydney" tour covers both Sydney and The Rocks. It contains carefully selected information to give it solid historic content, but keep it interesting, fun and entertaining.
Walk with local guides who are experts in history, love their city and enjoy sharing their favourite places with you. Join our tour and you will see our iconic world-famous sights as well as hidden gems of Sydney that you would never find on your own.
Sydney walks will give you a rare insight into our fascinating past as a British colony. We will explore The Rocks - the first convict settlement in Australia. You will learn about the history of this notorious area, wander cobblestone lanes listening to amusing stories of survival, convicts, gangs and pubs.
We will finish our tour enjoying breathtaking views of our Sydney Harbour with two icons: the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
In addition, you will be introduced to Sydney as a modern vibrant cosmopolitan city with lots of photo opportunities, tips on places to visit and things to do in Sydney beyond the tour.
Free Walking Tour Sydney & the Rocks
at 10.30am from Archibald Fountain at Hyde Park
rain, hail or shine tour guides in
orange 'Free Tours' uniforms will be waiting for you.
Our meeting point:
at Hyde Park
(20 metres from St. James Station)
The walking tour will cover
both Sydney and The Rocks
You will see and hear about:
The walking tour finishes near Circular Quay, next to The Rocks area.
So, after the tour you can spend more time exploring The Rocks or enjoy a ferry ride of Sydney Harbour.
We leave it up to you to decide what our tour is worth.
Free Tours Sydney is an independent tour provider not paid or sponsored by any organization.
We rely entirely on contribution offered to us by those who have enjoyed the day.
* No tours on Christmas Day (25th December), Australia Day (26th January) and ANZAC day (25th April).
* Our tour guides reserve the right to deny participation of any group.
* Due to the nature of The Rocks area our walking tour is not wheelchair accessible.