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Sydney Skydivers is the ultimate choice for skydiving in Sydney. The company has been up and running for over 30 years and offers one of the best skydiving experiences in the region. If you are an adventure junkie, you won't want to miss the opportunity to look at the stunning Blue Mountains, the magnificent coastline and the glamorous city skyline from a height of 14,000 feet (4267.2 meters). The exceptionally well-trained coaches of Sydney Skydivers are the face of skydiving in Sydney and offers skydiving lessons alongside tandem skydive packages as well.
Sightseeing is a rush with Oz Jet Boating, one of the largest and most popular jet boat operators in Australia. Hop on an iconic Red Shark boat and ride an adrenaline wave around the Sydney Harbour. You'll be met with views of the Sydney Opera House at the Circular Quay departure point and see landmarks like Shark Island, the Taronga Zoo, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge on your 30-minute thrill ride. Embarking on the hour throughout the week, rides begin with safety briefings, and weatherproof gear is provided for every season. Please note that children must be 1.2 meters (3.9 feet) or taller to enjoy the ride.
BridgeClimb provides the ultimate experience of Sydney, with guided climbs to the top of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, 134 metres (440 feet) above Sydney Harbour. Climbers can choose from one of three amazing climb adventures - The Bridge Climb, The Discovery Climb or The Express Climb. All Climbs are available at dawn, during the day, at twilight and at night. BridgeClimb has also recently opened the Sydney Harbour Bridge Visitor Centre. This new centre features a Bridge exhibition and a high definition bridge cinema dedicated to sharing the stories of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Offering free entry, it is open to visitors of all ages who would like to learn more about Australia's iconic structure.
Situated 15 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Sydney’s streets are the sandstone cliffs, shady walking trails, and beautiful secluded beaches of Sydney Harbour National Park. Considered one of the city's finest attractions, the park was officially opened in 1975 and is divided into several sections, including five harbor islands. Special tours explore Fort Denison, the historic Quarantine Station, and “Pinchgut Island”, the former open-air prison. Attractions also include guided walks available detailing the park’s history, flora, and fauna.
Sydney Harbour Kayaks is a professional, fully-equipped kayak rental and tour set-up offering a wide range of high-octane activities to adventure seekers. Be it renting, buying or opting for a kayak tour, its trained and experienced staff help you at every step of the surreal experience that awaits you in the cerulean waters of the harbor. The center also sells an elaborate collection of surfing essentials, paddle boards, kayaks and other water sports requisites.