Discover Sydney

Discover Sydney

Discover Sydney

Full of immersive educational experiences and a vast array of activities, our Sydney programs are jam-packed with history, culture and adventure. Find out what students get up to in Australia’s most iconic city.


Powerhouse Museum

Featuring an array of treasures and educational programs across decorative arts and design, science, technology, space, transport and social history, students (and teachers) are spoilt for choice!

The Rocks Walking Tour

Offering an unrivalled blend of old and new, students learn about the lifestyle, social history and heritage of Sydney on the ‘History & Heritage’ educational walking tour of the Rocks.

Bondi Aboriginal Culture Walking Tour

Led by an Aboriginal elder, teacher, artist and performer, students see ancient Aboriginal rock carvings and traditional Aboriginal bush food and medicine while learning about the history of Bondi.

Sydney Opera House

Understand significant aspects of the building’s 14-year creation and 60-year history. Delve into the stories behind Danish architect Jørn Utzon’s masterpiece, from its groundbreaking design to engineering challenges.

Sydney Observatory

Take part in an astronomy educational program at Sydney Observatory where students can immerse themselves in augmented reality exercises, visit the digital planetarium and track the sun’s movement.

Taronga Zoo – ZooSnooZ Experience

From enjoying animal encounters at night where students can touch and ask questions, to exploring the zoo after dark on a night safari walking tour, this is the ultimate overnight experience!


Circular Quay

Situated in the very heart of Sydney Cove, ‘The Quay’ is the founding place for the settlement of Australia. It serves as a gateway, connecting visitors to Sydney’s major attractions.

Cockatoo Island

This World Heritage Site has a fascinating history which reveals insights into the major social, political and technological progress of Australian society. Settled in 1839, it has been used as a convict penal settlement, a reformatory and industrial school, a prison and one of the most important maritime and industrial sites in Australia.

The Sydney Tower eye

Located 250 metres above street level with 360-degree views, the Sydney Tower Eye gives students a unique perspective of Sydney. Learn about iconic landmarks and places including The Rocks and Botany Bay, with fun facts scattered around the Observation Deck.

Continue the adventure…

Enhance your tour with a visit to the Australian Alps!

Perisher is an Australian snow paradise and the largest ski resort in the Southern Hemisphere. Suitable for skiers and boarders of all abilities, a Perisher snowsports tour provides endless opportunities for students to get active, challenge themselves physically and mentally, and build upon lessons from the classroom.

Contact our program consultants for a non-obligatory quote!