Our journey commences at the bustling ferry hub of Circular Quay, where commuters, families, and travellers converge. From there, we’ll venture through the historically rich district of The Rocks and ascend the staircase leading to the world-renowned Sydney Harbour Bridge, first imagined by first imagined by convict, painter and architect Francis Greenway, built over 8 years and opened in 1932.
As we traverse the bridge, you’ll be treated to awe-inspiring views of the Sydney Harbour below. This run offers ample opportunities to capture photographs of the Opera House, Circular Quay, and the Botanical Gardens from this fresh and unique vantage point high up. When we get to the end of the bridge, you will be able to enjoy the views of Kirribilli and Milsons Point on the lower North shore of Sydney, away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Our route then leads us back across the Harbour Bridge, again granting an exceptional view of the Sydney Opera House. Subsequently, we’ll run alongside the Cahill Expressway, situated high above Circular Quay, before descending the hill. Here, you’ll have a unique opportunity to get close to the Sydney Opera House, even touching some of the one million roof tiles that adorn its iconic “sails.” Finally, we’ll complete our circuit, returning to Circular Quay to conclude the tour.