Bite The Tram Sydney Tour
Skip the generic tourist-trap sights and join this Sydney tour to see four of the city’s coolest communities. Hit Paddy’s Market and Chinatown to see where China and Sydney collide. Followed by a visit to the Sydney Fish Markets, TramSheds and Star Casino.
- Indulge in the sights, sounds and smells of Sydney’s Paddy’s Market in legendary Chinatown
- Immerse yourself in Sydney’s famous Fish Market and savour a famous Sydney Rock oyster
- Explore the unique, bohemian atmosphere of The TramShed (built 1904) one of Sydney’s most famous heritage relics from our colourful past
- Indulge your senses in treats from locally-owned and operated eateries, shops and produce markets
- What to choose? Sydney’s best gelato or a Zumbaron to end your visit. Or maybe both?
- So much see and taste – you’ll want to come back again (trust us)
Inclusions: a Local English-speaking guide, selected treats
Exclusions: Lunch (allow $20-$30pp), Opal Card, Snacks, beverages, souvenirs, tips & gratuities for your guide.
Duration: 4 hours
In front of the information desk located on the Grand Concourse at Central Station.
Please arrive 10-15 minutes early so we can leave on-time
Starting time: 10.00 AM
Ending point: Grand Concourse Central Station (right where you started).
So, you have visited Sydney before and seen this, done this and checked all the must ‘sees’ from your travel plans.
But have you actually got to know the Sydney that locals encounter on a daily basis? This is your opportunity!
Ask any local and they’ll tell you – one of the best things to do in Sydney is to get up close and personal with local favourite eating places. Experience the rich history, vibrant cultures and iconic uniqueness of Chinatown, Sydney Fish Markets and the TramSheds.
Learn about the history, culture, architecture and entertainment offerings that make Sydney so unique.
On this 4 hour tour, jump on the light rail and eat your way through the streets. Hop on and off the light rail, sampling delicacies from Sydney’s premier appetising shops, ethnic eateries and ‘mum and pop’ restaurants. Join us as we explore the once immigrant and working class neighbourhoods rich in ethnic diversity and culture. Learn about the history of Australia through its food.
Your local guide will elaborate on any element of the neighbourhood you find particularly interesting on this ‘Bite The Tram’ tour in Sydney – we all love this area!
Take advantage of Sydney’s newest public transport system as you visit a distinctive part of Sydney’s past as well as the present. With a reputation for local and international delicacies, unique vendors, and speciality shops, there really is nowhere else like this in Sydney. Distinctively different, yet undeniably and inherently similar, these neighbourhoods sit right within easy reach of the Sydney Light Rail Network. The tour offers a wonderful juxtaposition and interesting experiences one after another – perfect for exploring this unique part of Sydney.
In Paddy’s Market, you’ll hear how the neighbourhood has evolved from a working-class fruit and vegetable market into a wonderful bohemian mix. Several waves of immigrant settlers over the past 125 years have splashed colours, sounds and flavours from the four corners of the earth throughout Paddy’s Market. There is not a McDonald’s or Starbucks to be seen. Large multinational corporations are decidedly unwelcome and unlikely to migrate their way in anytime soon.
Discover delicious food in one of the oldest Chinatowns in the world. Along the way, you’re likely to get restaurant recommendations, which come in handy after your Sydney ‘Bite the Tram’ tour – trust us, there are a lot of places to eat around here.
Our next stop is the largest fish market in the Southern Hemisphere and the third largest seafood market in terms of variety in the world. There’s always something happening and tales to tell. Your guide will enlighten you with some favourite local fish stories of the one that got away and intriguing fishing history.
During our tour, you will enjoy a variety of food specialities that has secured Sydney’s reputation as being one of the greatest culinary and cultural centres of the world. Discover the secrets to having the ultimate food and cultural experience off the beaten path!
Dress standard: Summers can be hot and humid, spring/autumn can be cool and winters can be very chilly. Dress according to weather and wear comfortable walking shoes. And bring an umbrella if it looks like rain.
Your Trip: This trip is offered on a ‘join-in’ basis. Maximum group size is 12
Confirmation of booking: If you have your voucher, your booking is confirmed. We’ll see you at the start point. Get in touch if you have any concerns or require more information via the email address or phone number (business hours only) on your voucher.
Child Policy: This is a child-friendly tour. Children between the ages of 6 and 11 inclusively are permitted on this tour at the rate listed above. Please select ‘child’ above when booking. Children under the age of 6 are permitted to join this tour free of charge. Please inform us at the time of booking if you’ll be bringing a child under the age of 6. You can do so in the special request box on the checkout page.
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