From AUD $395 PP

From AUD $395, based on a booking of six guests.

100% recommended from 26 reviews 

Typically lasts around two hours

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A Private Boutique Gastronomic Experience at some of the finest waterfront restaurants

Join us on this unique gastronomic tour of Sydney Harbour. After boarding your own luxury vessel your Captain will take you past the opera house and Harbour bridge whilst enjoying a beautiful cheese platter and Australian sparkling wine. Our first destination is China Doll, an Award winning restaurant on the historic finger wharf in Woolloomooloo where you will enjoy two courses. Hop back on board before we take you to Portside, right underneath the sails of the Operahouse. Enjoy one more course and your this beautiful waterfront restaurant with magnificent views of Sydney Harbour After your dessert we will take you and your loved ones for a relaxing experience on Sydney Harbour.

5 Courses on the largest natural harbour in the world
4 hours of cruising on your own luxury vessel

3 of Australia's best wines
2 of Sydney's finest waterfront restaurants
1 amazing experience

Meeting points

Choose between Circular Quay and Darling Harbour, whichever is most convenient for you. 

Why Visit

Private Guided Tour of the largest natural Harbour in the world, Sydney Harbour.

Abundant photo opportunities on one of the most luxurious boats on the Harbour

See astonishing waterfront properties

Discover the Iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House from the water.

What's included

Private Cruise for up to 6 people aboard one of the most luxurious vessels in the Harbour.

Two Courses and a glass of wine at Chinadoll in Woolloomoolloo

Two Courses and a glass of wine at Portside, the Opera House. 

Premium hamper package including a selection of Australian cheeses, crackers and fruits. Special dietery requirements can be catered for. 


What you need to know

Please arrive five minutes before departure time

Written guides are available in English, Spanish, German, Italian, Mandarin and Korean

Please dress appropriately to the weather conditions. It is often colder on the water than on land.

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