- Sydney Tower Eye visit Make your way to the Sydney Tower Eye observation deck and take in the sights from every point of the compass, there's no better place to experience the beauty of one of the world's most picturesque cities!
- Captain Cook Cruise Cruise up close to the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge where you might even spot the bridge climbers waving to you from above.
- Sydney Opera House guided visit Enjoy a 1-hour guided tour of the Sydney Opera House. See inside the world's most recognisable sails. Experience this miracle of architecture and engineering. A work of art that came into existence against impossible odds - to become one of the busiest performing arts centres in the world. Some 1,500 performances, from opera to circus, rock and cabaret, are staged each year to audiences of around 1.5 million.
- Performance Today your first performance will be at the beautiful Darling Harbour.
Darling HarbourMartin Place AmphitheatreTaronga ZooThe Great Hall at Parliament House
- City sights coach drive Board your coach and be taken on a journey to see the iconic sites of Sydney.
- Bondi Aboriginal cultural tour Enjoy an authentic Aboriginal cultural experience with an Aboriginal elder, teacher, artist and performer, on this unique walking tour. See ancient Aboriginal rock carvings and traditional Aboriginal bush food and medicine. Learn about the history of Bondi, from its pre-historical geological formation and how the Aboriginal people used its bountiful resources, to its place today as one of the world’s most iconic beaches. Tours finish at the beautiful Bondi Pavilion with a didgeridoo performance.
- Guided ghost walk Journey from this world to the early convict settlement of The Rocks. Connect with Australian history through eerie folklore, ghostly tales and haunted sites as your guide shows you along the cobblestone lanes and old alleys. Experience the atmosphere of being guided through Australia’s most historic haunted village.
- Taronga Zoo visit Enjoy the Zoo at your own pace - come face to face with wildlife, develop a deeper understanding of the importance of conservation and expand your knowledge of the natural world.
- Sydney Theatre Co educational programs Enjoy a backstage tour of the Sydney Theatre Company whilst you learn of the theatre’s vision and the evolution of plays from page to stage. You will have an opportunity to investigate all aspects of the production process, from programming and design presentations to set and costume creation.
- Optional extra Take in a show at the Sydney Theatre Co.
- Scenic World visit Be introduced to the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains at Scenic World. The Scenic Railway and Cableway provide easy access to the natural environment of the Jamison Valley. The Scenic Skyway glides between cliff tops, providing panoramic views of the valley, Katoomba Falls and the Three Sisters, in addition to viewing the rainforest canopy through the glass floor.
- Jenolan Caves guided visit Begin your journey to the Jenolan Caves. Upon your arrival enjoy a tour of the Chifley Cave which offers a treasure trove of amazing sights and surprises, featuring large chambers draped in a colourful limestone crystal.
- Evening Performance
- Lucas Cave guided tour After dinner and your performance, discover the history of Lucas Cave and the World Heritage Area as you climb 910 stairs while admiring the beautiful rock formations spread over 860 metres. Students have the opportunity to experience rare wildlife, unchanged and contrasting ecosystems, and geological formations wilder than the imagination
- MoAD guided visit Learn how to become an active citizen through inquiry-based learning, interactive technology and historic role play in the very location where decisions that shaped our nation were made. MoAD's learning programs are aligned to the Australian Curriculum and offer unique learning experiences relating to Civics and Citizenship; History; Geography; HASS; English and The Arts, as well as the General Capabilities and Cross Curriculum Priorities.
- Australian War Memorial visit Explore the Australian War Memorial's shrine, a world-class museum and an extensive archive. The Memorial's purpose is to commemorate the sacrifice of those Australians who have died in the war. Its mission is to assist Australians to remember, interpret and understand the Australian experience of war and its enduring impact on Australian society.
- Parliament House guided visit Explore the chambers of Parliament (on non-sitting days), Marble Foyer, Great Hall (subject to availability), Members' Hall & Highlights of the Parliament House Art Collection. The PEO role-play gives hands-on experience of how our Parliament works to make Australia a better place to live.
- Performance After your tour, set up for a performance inside or outside Parliament House.
- Electoral Education Centre educational program Choose from a number of program areas depending on area of interest, age or knowledge level. Choose from House of Representatives, Senate, Referendum and Eligible Elector. Watch a multimedia presentation exploring the history of Australian democracy and take part in hands-on activities to understand enrolment, voting and representation. Vote in a simulated election and count votes to achieve a result.
- Questacon visit Free-fall down a six-metre slide, freeze your own shadow, experience an earthquake or challenge a robot to a game of air hockey. Questacon’s eight interactive exhibitions feature more than 200 hands-on experiences covering a range of science topics, from astronomy to zoology and everything in between!
- Begin your journey home Board your coach and begin your journey back home.