Sydney is easy to get about by foot therefore a walking tour is a great way to orientate yourself.


The following tours are available free of charge (tips appreciated!)


Old Sydney Walks 

Free Walking Tours - The Latest Walking Tour Group in Sydney.

Start every day at 2:00p.m. next to Wharf No.2 at Circular Quay. No bookings required - just look for the guide in the blue 'Old Sydney Walks' T-shirt. You guide also speaks English and Mandarin Chinese!

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Old Sydney Walks shows you the best sites including: Opera House, HIlton Hotel Bombing, Queen Victoria Building, Convict Quarters, Harbour Bridge, Trading houses, and many more

While exploring some amazing places that you would not find on your own, also acquaint you with the culture, the history, the best and cheapest bars and restaurants as well as provide tips on some amazing things to do for free during your time here! Check out the highlights here. 


Free Tours Sydney

Free Walking Tours - Start near Archibald Fountain at Hyde Park. Every day at 10.30am. Look for your tour guide in an Orange t-shirt.

If you thought Sydney's history is simple, short and boring, think again. It is interesting, it is fascinating.

The "Colonial walk in modern Sydney" tour covers both Sydney and The Rocks area. 2.5 hours easy walking tour.

Tour covers: Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, 'Rum' Hospital,  Hyde Park, The Rocks, Customs House, Aboriginal History, Historical Macquarie street and more.

For the full list please visit website:

Sightseeing Bus Tours - Guided sightseeing tour of Sydney. The tour covers: City - Milsons Point - The Gap - Bondi Beach. Duration: 3 hours.

Bus stops at the best Sydney lookouts to take pictures !

Please visit website for the schedule and details:



I'm Free Tours

Starts at the anchor/construction work in Town Hall Square @ 10.30am & 2.30pm and walks for 3 hours. Look for your guide in a bright green "I'm Free" t-shirt.

The Sydney Sights tour covers the Opera House, The Rocks, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Queen Victoria Building, Pitt St Mall, Hyde Park, Circular Quay and more.

There is also a 6pm tour of The Rocks to further explore Sydney's most historical district.


Sydney Greeters

Sydney Greeters are volunteers who enjoy showing off their city and providing an insider’s orientation to Sydney for visitors.

With no pre-set itineraries, Sydney Greeters take guests on a personalised Greet of the city's (hidden) treasures, some of which might not be found on any tourist maps. All Greets are fully customised based on time, interests, level of mobility and language.

Sydney Greeters is member of the Global Greeter Network with independent programs in more than 100 destinations world-wide.