Double Bay Tours
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Double Bay is the meeting point of Sydney’s prominence–an exclusive shopping district with a European flair full of designer boutiques, jewelers, waterfront properties and world-class restaurants surrounded by Sydney Harbour itself. Here, you will find open parks, stately mansions, tree-lined boulevards and plenty of spots to relax.
Within the beautiful surroundings of Guilfoyle Park, Double Bay also hosts Sydney’s most popular organic food market, which is open every Thursday. If you are in the mood for a little bit of glitzy dining, be sure to check out Bay Street with its plethora of fancy bars, including the ever famous Mrs. Sippy. Of course, you can’t leave Double Bay without spending a couple hours soaking in the sun at the idyllic Redleaf Beach and enjoying a swim in Redleaf Pool.
Though people see Double Bay primarily as a shopping and café district, it is also home to the Double Bay Street Festival, which regularly draws well over 60,000 people.
Double Bay is a 15-minute ferry ride away from downtown Sydney’s main Circular Quay ferry terminal. Buses, depending on traffic, are also an option and under normal circumstances take about 20 minutes. Double Bay is serviced by bus 323, 324, 325 and 326.
Address: Sydney, NSW, Australia
2 Tours and Activities to Experience Double Bay
Enjoy a customized Sydney tour tailored to your private group's interests. Your host will pay you undivided attention and help create an itinerary geared toward the sights you want to see most. Take a local nature hike, visit the Royal Botanic Gardens, hit the hip strip for some shopping; really anything you like. Along the way, ask plenty of questions and learn about the city's history and culture.
Cram all of Sydney’s most memorable landmarks into one tour! Enjoy a 4-hour sightseeing tour, jam-packed with photo opportunities and iconic sights, and pick up insider tips from your knowledgeable local guide. Take in the views from Mrs Macquarie's Chair and The Gap; marvel over Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera house; and visit bustling Chinatown. After strolling neighborhoods like The Rocks, Paddington and Woolloomooloo, head to the coast to discover Bondi Beach, Rose Bay and Shark Beach.
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