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Sydney Opera Secrets Tour *wheelchair accessible

5.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)

$595.00


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New Sydney accessible tour by award winning tour company. Easy access for the less mobile and wheelchair users.

Discover Sydney’s Iconic Art Scene on a private and exclusive accessible tour which includes a tour of the World Heritage Listed Sydney Opera House – with no steps.

PLUS a priceless opportunity – meet former French language coach of Australian opera, Marie Claire who has worked on the French repertoire with the greatest opera singers all over the world. A singer, TV performer, broadcaster and lecturer she will share her experiences with you and open a vast new exciting world.

NoSteps tours cater for people of varying levels of mobility. Wheelchair, walkers, sticks are catered for. All walks are on flat surface and for a maximum of 50 metres. Tour duration 3 hours. Carer no charge.

Booking is easy ! All can be done online. Simply add details to cart above.

Have a larger, or smaller, group ? No problem.

Want to create your own tour ? No problem. Happy to tailor make for you. Contact us for a tailored quote .

Product Description

Are you interested in discovering Sydney’s Iconic Art Scene on a private and exclusive accessible tour?

Then this Sydney Opera Tour is for you – rich with stories of Australian Opera as well as featuring a tour of the world renowned Sydney Opera House – with no steps

Inclusions:
• Visit Australia’s most iconic building, the Sydney Opera House. Highlights include behind the scenes tour, and fascinating stories on the history of this world heritage listed building with your exclusive experienced guide.

A unique feature of this Sydney Opera Tour is that there are no steps to climb – the Sydney Opera House is accessible for the less mobile including wheelchair users.

• Not only will you visit the Sydney Opera House, but you also have the opportunity to meet Marie Claire, a colourful and vibrant character who arrived in Australia as a young opera singer and fell in love with Sydney so stayed. Marie Claire accompanies you on this Sydney opera tour.

Marie Claire was the French language and diction coach for Opera Australia for many years and recently received an award for her services to the arts. She has travelled all over the world to work with the greatest opera singers as well as watched Australian opera grow to become a world class company. Marie Claire will share her amazing stories with you.

Tour duration 3 hours.

Booking is easy ! All arrangements can be made online.

Want to know how a wheelchair user enjoyed her experience of the Sydney Opera secrets tour? Read more .

Should you wish to be collected and returned to your hotel, a minibus fitted with electronic wheelchair hoist is available. Family, carers, friends are welcome. Carer no charge.

Additional $ 250 for the transport.

Have a larger, or smaller, group ? No problem. Contact us for a tailored quote .

You can find more private and personalised escorted Sydney tours offering minimal walking by checking out our NoSteps tours

Popular with discerning travellers and catering especially to those who prefer tours with less physical activity, the NoSteps tours provides a relaxed and informed experience of Sydney’s cultural and art scene.

We hope you find this accessible Sydney opera tour of interest.

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1 review for Sydney Opera Secrets Tour *wheelchair accessible

  1. Australia In Style
    5 out of 5

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    I am a US war veteran with MS and confined to a wheelchair. Recently I visited Sydney and booked the wheelchair accessible tour ‘ Sydney Opera House Secrets tour.’

    After the fascinating tour of the Opera House I got to hear it again in the most unique way possible when real magic happened.

    I met up with a veteran of the opera world named Marie Claire. She has been coaching singers at the Sydney Opera House for years and was good friends with the opera legend the late Joan Sutherland. Marie Claire and I sat down to talk about her amazing experiences and listen to her fascinating stories before taking a behind-the-scenes tour of some restricted areas in the opera house, like the areas where they prepare the wigs and the stars apply their makeup before shows.

    Afterwards, Marie Claire asked me if I had planned on attending that night’s opera on the front steps of the opera house, which would be a retelling of the history of the building. I told her I didn’t think I could get tickets, so she offered to give me her staff discount and helped me get a ticket for that night. I couldn’t believe it! I would be seeing not only an opera at the Sydney Opera House, but on the front steps under the stars! Amazing!

    You can read more about my time in Sydney on my blog. You can also get travel tips and ideas on my website.

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