This Sydney wheelchair accessible tour highlights the wet and wild side of Sydney – harbour crossing , secret beaches and amazing wildlife. And you don’t need to get wet !
In just one day you will experience Sydney harbour, surf beaches and native Australian animals.
- Wheelchair accessible ferry ride across Sydney harbour
- The picturesque harbour and beach village of Manly
- A protected marine reserve
- Australian native animals and birds who have the best view in Sydney
- Awesome Sydney views from their home
- Your day begins with a local wheelchair accessible ferry ride across the harbour to famous Manly beach. * Option of road transfer available
- You then make your way through a charming and level pedestrian access to Manly beach. You are sure to be tempted to dip your toe- wheelchair users welcome.
- *Option of beach access with special beach wheelchair (must be prebooked)
- Did you know that Manly beach is so-called because of the physique of the indigenous males of the Gamaragal people as observed by Governor Phillip in the 18th century ?)
- Following a level pathway around the point you come to picturesque Shelley beach , a protected marine reserve.
- After a light luncheon you are then transported by wheelchair accessible mini bus to another part of the harbour.
- Here you can view the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge from a fresh and different angle.
- Meet with Australian native animals and birds at a former private zoo. Koalas, lizards, sea life and plenty of birdlife are readily accessible. Level pathways abound in this magnificent harbourside sanctuary.
- Return by mini bus to your accommodation or preferred cbd location.
- All travel , entry fees, lunch included
Approx duration: 8 hour
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This experience goes well with…
A perfect balance to the watery elements of this Sydney experience -is the stunning nature to be found on the Blue Mountains Accessible tour
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