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BRIEF DESCRIPTION

Explore one of Australia’s hidden gems with a private day trip to the South Coast and Kangaroo Valley. Enjoy a scenic drive via Sea Cliff bridge, meet Australian native animals such as koalas and Kangaroos, and see Carrington Falls en-route. On this wine tour from Sydney, you will get to taste some of the great reds from a boutique winery in Shoalhaven and see the largest blowhole in the world. Avoid the hassles of driving and navigating and see some spectacular sights on this all day with the care of an expert guide.

10 hours 10 hours
Easy Easy
Guided Guided

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  •  A Sydney tour to see waves, and native wildlife
  •  Pick up and drop off from Sydney CBD
  •  Visit Kiama blowhole
  •  Scenic sea cliff bridge drive
  •  Wine tasting from a boutique winery

TOUR PRICE

  • 1 to 4 passengers = A$1200, 1 to 7 passengers = A$1300, 8 to 10 group – A$1500
  • Entry to Symbio Wildlife park is included in the tour price

WINES, WAVES & WILDLIFE IN SOUTH COAST PRIVATE TOUR ITINERARY

Kiama day tours from Sydney

TOUR INCLUSIONS

TOUR EXCLUSIONS

WHAT TO BRING

  • Cancellation policies of the Southern Coast private tours from Sydney may change according to the inbound, travel agent, OTA, etc. signed agreements. If you book directly with us, the following cancellation policy will apply: 2 weeks’ notice; full refund. 7 to 14 days of departure – 50% cancellation fee. Less than 7 days, loss of full fee. Online transaction fees will not refund in any circumstance. If it is a wine tour, tasting fees will be not refunded too.

  • Feel free to reach out if you have any inquiries about the Southern Coast private tours from Sydney or require assistance with your booking. Our team is ready to assist you. Simply call (+61) 0498507873 or email us at info@urbanpassport.com.au

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