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10 Minibus Tours You Can Do In And From Sydney

10 Minibus Tours You Can Do In And From Sydney


Sydney, Australia is considered by many as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It features stunning scenery, spectacular weather and famous landmarks among other magnetic qualities in travel. As a visitor, you better keep your camera close at hand as you explore this dynamic city because you will find endless things to snap great images!

A good thing about this place is that you can hire a minibus and tour most, if not all, tourist attractions as a group for less. Sydney is also a good starting city for you to embark on long road trips with a minibus to some of Australia’s best destination cities. Here are some of the minibus tours you can do in and from Sydney. Read more

Indian cuisine

Restaurants in Sydney Part 3

Restaurants in Sydney Part 3


WIndian cuisineherever you go in the world, Indian restaurants are among the most popular eateries. Local people and visitors to Sydney enjoy the vast range of Indian cuisine that’s available in authentic restaurants served by friendly staff. Reserve reliable mini bus hire to take you and your party to an Indian restaurant with high standards, delicious food and a truly ambient atmosphere. Dine indoors or out on terraces that overlook beaches with stunning views. Professional chefs who have many years of experience in cooking Indian food like: Read more


Restaurants in Sydney Part 2

Restaurants in Sydney Part 2


Whether you’re visiting Sydney in Australia on business or pleasure there’s a great choice of seafood restaurants.  You might be in the mood to eat tasty fish and chips or a plate of freshly caught oysters, whatever your fancy the exciting city of Sydney offers the very best seafood restaurants around.   Mouth-watering Mediterranean style seafood such as crayfish and ocean trout are tasty and fresh whether you want a snack or a full blown meal.  How about choosing a dish from a seafood a la carte menu which usually includes: Read more

Chor muang

Restaurants in Sydney Part 1

Restaurants in Sydney (1)

Chor muangHolidaymakers in Sydney like to try different types of food. There are many restaurants here that specialise in Thai food so why not book a Sydney mini bus to see just what’s available? Enjoy amazing tasty Thai dishes such as:-

  • Miang khum – betel leaves with prawns as well as a coconut and peanut sauce
  • Chor muang which is steamed dumplings that are made from caramelised peanuts and sweet radish
  • Salad ped ob – roast duck with celery and a sweet and sour soy sesame dressing
  • Gaeng keaw wan gai – a truly fantastic green curry with chicken, Thai eggplant, basil and chili

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Macy Gray

The Blue Mountains Sings the Blues

The Blue Mountains Sings the Blues


The 20th annual Blue Mountains Blues, Folk, & Roots Festival (BMFF) will be held 13-15 March.   There will be eight performance venues hosting over 100 separate acts.  The festival begins Friday night from 7pm til late, Saturday 10 am ‘til late, and Sunday 10 am til 8:00 pm.  Staying in the Blue Mountains at a  guest houses or ride in from Sydney on a minibus or private coach hire.   Read more

Bondi Beach

What to do in sydney?

Have some time in Sydney? Here’s what we suggest you do:



Being one of the most popular touristic destinations worldwide (last year it received 7 million domestic visitors and 2.7 million international visitors nothing short of impressive really) it doesn’t surprise this city offers some amazing opportunities for people to forge some truly unforgettable experiences. We have collected some of the most famous things to do in Sydney for your convenience, hope you enjoy the read! Here they are: Read more

Opera house

See the Green side of Sydney

See the Green side of Sydney! Here are some  great ideas of where to go:

Sydney HarbourPicnic at Sydney Harbour


Nothing more iconic than this area, if you ever have seen a post card sent from the city you have seen the Harbour Bridge and the Opera house as the sun sets behind these two amazing structures. Goes without saying, visitors should indeed take the time to walk around the area and snap some pictures, after all, this area hasn’t being called ‘most beautiful natural harbour in the world’ for no reason.

One of the most popular activities (for visitors and locals alike) is to take full advantage of the many parks and green areas conveniently located around the harbour for a picnic or walking tour (it doesn’t really have to be an official tour, just bring your sneakers and curiosity, and well…walk around! You certainly wont regret it). The harbour is one of the most accessible areas of the city, just call the public transport line at 131 500 and ask which bus line heads there, its easy as that! As far as tips go, you can check out   Sydney official Ferries for the chance of viewing the harbour in the most beautifully striking way, a unique view of a truly unique place! Read more


Educational Tours – Sydney Wildlife

Educational Tours – Sydney Wildlife


Australia is home to many unique and exciting animal species, from tree kangaroos, wallabies, giant salt water crocodiles, koala bears, and tasmanian devils find them all at one of Sydney’s Wildlife or Sea Life parks.  Spend a whole day at one park or visit several depending on your students objectives.  Each park has educational consultants that follow NSW curriculum and can help your school plan the perfect learning day out.   Read more

High Tea

Best places for Tea in Sydney

Best places for Tea in Sydney


High Tea is a wonderful British tradition kept alive and well in Sydney and the surrounding Blue Mountains.  Choose the perfect setting from modern elegance fused with traditional elements at the Water Bar, or enjoy cozy fireplaces and understated elegance in the Blue Mountains.  The Victoria Room offers a traditional High Tea in an opulent Victorian setting.  Whatever your pleasure the options for High Tea in Sydney will have you coming back for more. Read more

Golf Sydney

Golf Sydney

Golf Sydney


Golf is one of Australia’s favorite sports and Sydney has plenty of options.  From a par 64 only 10 minutes from the CBD to courses along the coastline, or nestled among the Australian bush there are courses for all skill levels and plenty of sites to keep the social golfer entertained.  For corporate golf days coach hire is a no hassle way to get everyone to the course.  Have a look at our picks for great public access golf in Sydney.   Read more