If your shoes are made for long walks, consider any number of Australia 's great destinations for a walking tour. Sydney is one of the best locations to walk around for its stunning architectural beauty, in places like Sydney Harbour, however Sydney Harbour is known for more than just its Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Walk through places like the Rock located between Sydney 's Cumberland and Gloucester Streets. Its inhabitants, dating back to the late 1700's, cut holes in the rocks for fresh water. The area was discovered in the mid 1990's and was widely recognized by the public. Sydney also offers many opportunities for guided walking tours through those areas most recognized in Sydney Harbour like the Sydney Opera House and tales of the WWII battle in Sydney Harbour.
Walking tours outside of Sydney which offer more opportunities for historical buffs are places like the Port Arthur Historic Site which was home to convicts 200 years ago and is full of interesting factual information about this area of Tasmania.
Special arrangements for a private tour can also be made in natural surroundings. If you seek a private tour of areas outside of the metropolitan environment of Sydney , head to the Blue Mountains. A private tour of the area includes visiting Leura Village a quaint historical area that has many small coffee shops and the Toy and Railway Museum. Moving on to the Blue Mountains, on your private tour from Sydney , ride on the Scenic Railway for panoramic views of the majestic rainforest below.
If you seek private tours outside of Sydney, Melbourne is an equally chic and vibrant metropolitan area that is great for a private tour, walking a few hours on a Melbourne lanes and arcades walking tour of Melbourne 's Central Business District. Melbourne 's Central Business District is home to designer apparel.