Things to Do in Sydney

There are so many things to do in Sydney – and I feel very lucky that I have done many of them. I have put together a range of activities (by state) but here are a few of my selected experiences for this summer. Like Sydney Harbour Water Tours which is exclusive to RedBalloon.

It is time to think about what team events you will do this Christmas, whether it is for a small group or larger team we have plenty to suggest.

What makes a great team event? Planning, imagination, creativity and uniqueness. If you are making the effort to get people together, it is worth taking a moment to get some experts to assist.

These experiences that I have selected are one’s that I have done myself. Often as part of a team building activity at work. From learning to sail, to the escape room.

One of the most elegant ways to experience Sydney Harbour is on the restored Wooden Boat Ellen. R. She was built in 1958 and lovingly restored to her glory days. Capt. Stu will host your group on this wonderful craft. And he offers a variety of experiences. From a simple half day charter (where you get to choose where you want to go). A high tea – with french champagne which is truly amazing. Or perhaps you would like to be sipping cocktails at sunset.

One of the best experiences combines both his love of the harbour with learning something new. Capt Stu has an experience to discover and learn all about single malt whisky.

My favourite experiences are the one’s that leave me with not just with wonderful memories, photos and laughs – but also those that mean I have learnt something new.

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