New eco-tour reveals heart of Sydney Harbour

Discover Sydney's beaches | credit Tourism Australia

Connect with Sydney’s beaches | credit Tourism Australia

 

Want to discover Sydney’s true nature? The new Zoo2Q ecotour isa collaboration between four of Australia’s most experienced and passionate tourism operators who are just crazy for Sydney Harbour – and they’re ready to enthrall guests with stories of Sydney’s wildlife and history.

The spectacular two-day tour transports visitors from Sydney Harbour to Taronga Zoo, set on traditional Cammeraigal country, for a cultural night tour before curling up in a ‘Roar and Snore’ safari tent to sleep at the zoo!

Who's up for 'Roar and Snore' at Taronga Zoo?

Who’s up for ‘Roar and Snore’ at Taronga Zoo?

 

On day two visitors are in the hands of Sydney Coast Walks – their expert guides focus on sharing stories of the land and the people of the Eora nation, revealing secret beaches, rock art sites, native wildlife, and a new connection with Sydney’s outdoors.

The second night is spent at the award-winning Q Station, an Accor hotel in Sydney Harbour National Park, on the edge of the famous harbour. The historical building was once the quarantine station for newly-arrived Sydneysiders – here you’ll be treated to ghost stories combined with modern boutique dining and world-famous views.

Zoo2Q is on our to-do list!

Zoo2Q is a collaboration between Sydney EcoHopper, Taronga Zoo, Sydney Coast Walks and Q Station.

Chris, Australia’s National Landscapes

Sydney Harbour is one of 16 Australian National Landscapes – a unique tourism and conservation partnership managed by Tourism Australia and Parks Australia. The programme encourages collaboration and partnerships between tourism, conservation and local business in premier eco-tourism destinations.

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