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About Hunter Valley tour in chinatown

by sinsisi2006

How is the quality of the hunter valley tour?
I saw that those conducted in Chinese seem cheaper, are they good?

the tours found online are too costly.
i wish there is one-day hunter valley tour of around $50...

Re: About Hunter Valley tour in chinatown

by lynnehamman

You may find that hiring a car may be cheaper. The drive is 2 hours north of Sydney, and the scenery is great.
Here is a website you may find handy:

http://www.winecountry.com.au/Content/?ids=HowToGetHere

Re: About Hunter Valley tour in chinatown

by AusPinay

Try this site;http://www.activitytours.com.au/index.html

It offers a $5 savings if you also book a Blue Mountains tour which is even better than the Hunter Valley, unless you are a wine lover.

Re: About Hunter Valley tour in chinatown

by Mikebb

If you do not have enough time for Hunter Valley & Blue Mountains, take the Blue Mountains Tour.

Re: About Hunter Valley tour in chinatown

by peteyjim

There's no point driving to the hunter valley if you want to taste wine. Go on the the tour & let someone else do the driving. Also, there's no wineries at the blue mountains (well, I'm sure there's one or two, but it's not what the blue mountains are known for.)

Re: About Hunter Valley tour in chinatown

by gdaysydneysider

I agree, it's not much fun visiting the Hunter Valley if you can't drink!

Hunter wine tour from $50: http://www.aussiewinetours.com.au/tours/wine/

Enjoy!

Travel Tips for Sydney

It would be hard put to single...

by CCKid

It would be hard put to single out one place in Sydney to visit or see. Visit everything and see all you can see. The city is just amazing. The wonderful people of Sydney, treated me just like I had always lived in Sydney. Just not enough words to say how great a place it is. It is worth anything to spend time in the Land down Under.

public baths

by laughingsun69

Hi a great thing about the beaches around sydney is that nearly all of them have a public pool and relaxation area which comes in handy if the surf is to big believe me .They are normally 50 metres long so you can do laps or just cool of from the summer heat,they normally have a kiddies pool that isnt as deep and are very clean .

explore the very cosmopolitan...

by jrs1234

explore the very cosmopolitan Oxford Street - which runs all the way from the corner of Hyde Park to Bondi Junction (the picture is of a section in Bondi Junction). If you're easily offended - you might wish to skip it as there are some 'interesting' shops that I personally didn't venture into! However, the stretch near the city centre is a great place to go for nightlife, there's an arthouse cinema and some nice cafes too.

Demonstrations/Marches from the Town Hall

by M0B1US

The Town Hall on George St is where all the major marches start or finish in Sydney, because it is so centrally located.

This particular one in December 2002 is protesting the forthcoming invasion of Iraq, one of the biggest marches of its type in Australia - ever.

There were plenty of other marches while I was there including one protesting the way that the Chinese government was treating the Falun Gong...

So, you know where to go if you feeling like marching about something... ;-)

Packing List

by SydneyGal

If you are going to visit a Sydney beach or will be out and about on a sunny day, I highly recommend you bring a hat and sunscreen - regularly re-applied. The Aussie sun is much harsher that most climates!

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