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Sydney Day Tour with Optional Sydney Harbour Lunch Cruise
"After morning pickup at your hotel (see Itinerary for pickup times) you’ll travel by air-conditioned coach listening to live on board commentary about the sights. Head to Manly Beach passing Darling Harbour before crossing the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. Stop at Milson’s Point for spectacular views of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge then continue to Arabanoo Lookout where you’ll get panoramic views over Manly and the Pacific Ocean. In Manly you’ll have time to stroll along The Corso checking out the relaxed vibe of this popular pedestrian street that ends at Manly Beach. Dip your toes in the ocean and watch the surfers bobbing on the waves before returning with your coach to Sydney. You’ll have the option to upgrade your tou
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"Taking a bike tour is easy lots of fun and a truly memorable way to see Sydney. This is the only guided tour in town that shows you the Sydney Opera House Sydney Harbor Bridge the Rocks Darling Harbour Hyde Park the Royal Botanic Gardens
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"Collect your bike from the Rocks and get ready to explore Sydney by bike. Enjoy spectacular views as you ride the dedicated bike path across the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge over to the charming bay side suburbs of North Sydney known for their art and craft markets the secret gardens of Lavender bay and also home to the Australian Prime Minister. Roll along the board walk past the boat marina to Australia's oldest theme park - Luna Park. Hop on a ferry with your bike and experience the return harbor crossing on boa or ride back over the bridge and continue your adventure!Then explore Sydney’s majestic harbour front as you coast along the water's edge. Take the flat care free bike path past Sydney Aquarium Maritime Museum and on to the bustling Sydney Fish Markets. You may wish to stop to treat yourself with a delicious seafood lunch (at own expense) while you soak in the market atmosphere. Continue the ride through the trendy district of Pyrmont passing c
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Harry's Cafe de Wheels - Pies Tips (21)

Harry's Café de Wheels

Where did Colonel Sanders, Frank Sinatra and Marlene Dietrich dine out when they came to Sydney? Well, the original Harry’s Café de Wheels in the suburb of Woolloomooloo, of course.During the 1930s...
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wabat
May 02, 2016

Harry's Cafe de Wheels - Pies

I live in newcastle, home of the original harry's pies. Most of the customers are people that are drunk and or high passing through town. Harry's is the perfect night cap after drinking (or getting...
HannahR
Jan 06, 2015

Harry's Cafe de Wheels - Pies

Quick, cheap and easy.... ;) Harry De Wheels, started out as a simple caravan cafe during the years of the depression and has developed into somewhat of a Sydney Icon.After a big night out, nothing...
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SierraSydney
Apr 04, 2011

Harry's Cafe de Wheels

Harry's is a Sydney instituition just like Nathan's is to Coney Island. Harry's is basically a snack/quick food shack. The menu had a variety of easy to eat items. We had passed by Harry's numerous...
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LadyRVG
Jul 21, 2009

Woolloomooloo Restaurants

Harry's Cafe de WheelsGrab a delicious pie (you can add many topings... like mash potato, tomato sauce, mashed pees, onions, gravy, cheese... whatever pleases you), and sit outside (or stand) and...
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Joseph69
Nov 30, 2008

Harry's Cafe de Wheels - Pies

Harry’s is a Sydney institution. I have seen others around the city but this trip I found myself passing the original nearly every day on the bus back to the hotel. So we stopped and got off to get a...
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cjg1
Oct 25, 2007

Harry's Cafe de Wheels

I ate at Harry's Cafe de Wheels one lunchtime during my visit to Sydney in April 2006.This pie cart has been operating since 1945 and can be found next to Finger Wharf, Wooloomooloo Bay. Pick up a...
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SWFC_Fan
Aug 16, 2006

Harry's Cafe de Wheels - Pies

Due to its reputation, "eating a Harry's meat pie" was on my list. I even marked its location on my map before leaving HK. There's nothing much to do at night in Sydney if you're not into...
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backpackerbaby
Jun 10, 2006

Harry's Cafè du Wheels

My thanks to VT member M0B1US, whose tip inspired me to go here.This pie cart is a great experience. You can wander around and eat while looking at the Australian navy ships, interact with people, and...
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dlandt
Nov 22, 2005

Meat or Vego...

If you're after a good vegetarian restaurant, try (don't laugth) the Govinda's theatre/restaurant in Darlinghurst Road. You get a buffet food plus youcan also buy a meal and movie package. This is a...
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aserafica
Nov 15, 2005

Harry's Cafe de Wheels - Pies

Harry's Cafe De Wheels is well known and famous for there pies. They are located in Wooloomooloo. Its a great location... usually people go there after a big night out.... in the early hours of the...
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divaboodoo
Aug 22, 2005

Harry's Cafe de Wheels - Hotdogs & Pies

Okay, I used to eat hot dogs as a kid, but kinda gave them up aside from the occasional summer picnic. And then came Harry.I'd heard about these famous hot dogs, but to taste one was a new adventure...
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May 17, 2005
 
 
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  • Monday 08:30 to 02:00
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