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A Sydney cabbie takes you on a beautiful walk around the Sydney Opera House, through the Royal Botanic Gardens, and then to the Art Gallery of New South Whales. Situated overlooking Farm Cove, the gardens are a wonderful place to relax and take in the natural beauty of Sydney. It is advised to begin this tour at least an hour before sunset to take in all the sites: Wuganmagulya, Boy Extracting Thorn, and a Hidden Graveyard for Sculptures. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com
Situated around the Yarra River, the second most populous city in Australia is known as a bit of a trend-setter, boasting libraries, museums, theatres and gardens to suit any style. This city guide will take you to the historical and cultural hot spots, but don't be afraid to find a little adventure and explore beyond the beaten path. This magnificent city has hidden gems, with exclusive restaurants and elegant boutiques tucked away, waiting to be discovered. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour, visit www.tourcaster.com
Located along the beautiful Swan River, the City of Lights is said to be the most isolated capitol city in the world. Between the Indian Ocean and Darling Mountain Range, lies Perth. This walking tour takes you from Gloucester Park and Claisebrook Cove, through the quaint cultural hub of Northbridge; then on past Russell Square, ending up at Hyde Park. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the complete tour visit www.tourcaster.com
The Sydney Rocks is the oldest and therefore most historical area in Sydney, which also makes it one of the most visited parts of the "emerald city". As you walk along the Rocks, take in the views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and learn of Governor Bligh and the Rum Rebellion and the Captain of the Push. Make sure to enjoy some beer and kangaroo pizza before making your way up to the Observatory Hill. This is track one of a multi-track tour, to download the entire tour, visit www.Tourcaster.com
This bustling port city has much history and culture to discover. From shipwrecks, museums and churches, to a wide variety of seafood restaurants, shopping areas, and Cappuccino Strip. Fremantle is also known for its nightlife and beautiful beaches to suit anyone's style. Once you've seen the sites on land, the guide will point you in the direction of the ferry cruises for Swan River and Rottnest Island, which is covered in another tour of magnificent Fremantle. This is track one of a multi-track tour for The Port City of Fremantle near Perth in Western Australia. To download the complete tour, go to www.tourcaster.com
After taking in the sites and sounds of Fremantle, take a relaxing trip down the Swan River. Catch the Swan River Ferry at B Shed, and clime on board to get a front-seat view of the multitude of yacht clubs, hotels, barracks, and the Old Swan Brewery. Our guide will teach you the story of the serpent creature, and the Nnonger names for Wagyl, Beereegup, and Keane's Point. The cruise will take you up to Barrack Street Jetty, where you can explore more of Fremantle if you are so inclined To download the complete tour, go to www.tourcaster.com