In addition to the Social Program brought to you by ASA NSC 2019, below are additional Partner Tours that delegates may be interested in whilst visiting Sydney. Bookings are to be made via the online registration form.
Please note: Partner Tours are allocated on a “first-come, first-serve” basis and are subject to availability. Some tours and activities have a minimum number of participants before they run. In the event that this minimum number is not met, the activity will be cancelled. Participants that have registered will be notified by email and refunds will be issued.
QVB High Tea
Daily from 10am – close
What better way to capture the sense of occasion than with the time honoured ritual of High Tea. Indulge in a truly unique experience from Royal Albert fine china and British silverware settings, to the delectable selection of petits fours prepared by our award-winning patissier.
Cost: $55 traditional high tea – $60 sparkling high tea – $70 cocktail high tea
Sydney Harbour Kayaks
Wednesday to Sunday, Last rental each day is 3:45pm
The Sydney Harbour Kayaks experience is more than just about going on a tour, buying, learning to paddle or renting a kayak. Their team is passionate about kayaking, passionate about surf ski, passionate about stand-up paddle boarding, passionate about being out on the water. They are living their dream, to take time, and enjoy life.
Cost: $89 for 10-15 people
Sydney Opera House Tours
Daily from 9am – 5pm
Discover what makes this building a World Heritage-listed masterpiece on a Sydney Opera House Tour. For those with limited mobility an Access Tour is offered every day and food lovers can wine and dine their way around the Opera House on a Taste of the Opera House experience. Even if you’re a local or you think you already know the Opera House, join a two-hour Backstage Tour.
Cost: $40 – $175 per person
Full Day Hunter Valley Wine Tour
Daily, 6:45 – 7:30am (pick up) 6:00 – 6:30pm (drop off)
The Hunter Valley is Australia’s premier wine growing district. The magic starts just two hours’ drive from Sydney, but you could be forgiven for thinking the Hunter Valley is much further from the city. The serene beauty and tranquillity of the area give the Hunter Valley the feeling of quiet country charm, but with all the mod cons.
Affectionately known as Wine Country, the Hunter Valley is a feast for the senses (particularly taste!). Spend your time sampling some of Australia’s finest wines and enjoy top quality cuisine.
Cost: $110 – $135 per person