Tours

ICPS 2020 is offering an exciting touring program that offers engaging opportunities for delegates to see the best of what Sydney has to offer. 

The tours are held from Wednesday 12 August 2020, 1300 – 1700 hours. 

The tours are optional and not included in your registration category. 

Duration: Half Day
Price: $75.00 per person
Minimum numbers: 20pax
Maximum numbers: 40pax per guide

 

 

 

 

Travel by coach through Sydney’s fashionable eastern suburbs on the way to world-famous Bondi Beach – a haven for surfers and sun lovers.  A local guide will escort you on one of Sydney’s more popular coastal walks, offering stunning ocean views, towering sandstone cliffs and crashing waves. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for whales during their annual migration from one of the spectacular vantage points along the walk.

Following the walk, experience the true Aussie beach culture and some free time to explore this world-renowned location. Enjoy a delicious meal from beachside cafes or take the perfect travel snap along Australia’s most iconic sandy beach.

This tour departs from ICC Sydney. The walk is gentle, and a basic level of fitness only is required, with some stairs along the walk.

Includes:

  • Transportation by coach reserved for ICPS participants
  • English speaking guide
  • Guided coastal walk
  • Chilled water bottle (1 per person)

Duration: Half Day
Price: $95.00 per person
Minimum numbers: 20pax
Maximum numbers: –

 

 

 

 

Taronga Zoo is one of Sydney’s most popular attractions, with more than 4,000 animals including a wide range of Australian native animals including koalas and kangaroos. A delightful way to travel to zoo is via the Rocket Ferry from Circular Quay to Taronga Zoo. Upon arrival at Taronga Zoo enjoy a one-way journey on the Sky Safari (cable car) before exploring this award-winning zoo.

Get up close to the tiger family at Tiger Trek before meeting Asian Elephant calf Jai Dee. With giraffe’s, meerkats, gorillas, sun bears, kangaroos and of course koala’s, there is an animal for everyone at Taronga Zoo Sydney!

This tour begins at the ICC Sydney where delegates will meet their local guide.

Includes:

  • Non-exclusive Rocket Ferry ticket
  • Taronga Zoo Entry
  • Sky Safari cable car (weather permitting)
  • English speaking guide

Duration: Half Day
Price: $100.00 per person
Minimum numbers: 15pax
Maximum numbers: 46pax per guide

 

 

 

 

See Sydney like never before on this exclusive 90-minute leisurely walk through Sydney’s colonial district, The Rocks. Listen to the unknown stories of Sydney’s convict past as you stroll along the shoreline of Sydney Harbour with views of the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, past Cadman’s Cottage, Campbell’s Cove and the hidden Foundation Park. 

From here, the local guide will walk guests to one of the most recognizable buildings in the world, The Sydney Opera House. Run your hands over the world-famous shell tiles, take a seat in the custom-made chairs and marvel at the vaulted ceilings as guests go behind the scenes. Visit off-limit areas and capture photographs from rare vantage points.

This tour begins in The Rocks and concludes at the Sydney Opera House. Delegates are required to make their own way to and from the tour.

Includes:

  • Private guided tour of The Rocks
  • Private guided tour of the Sydney Opera House
  • English speaking guide
  • Chilled water bottle (1 per person)

Duration: Half Day
Price: $130.00 per person
Minimum numbers: 25pax
Maximum numbers: 90pax

 

 

 

 

The Art Gallery of NSW is one of Australia’s leading art museums. Over one million visitors a year enjoy the Gallery’s collection of Australian, Aboriginal, European, Asian and contemporary art. Guests will explore the Yiribana Gallery with a private guide, a space which presents a selection of works from the NSW Art Gallery’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander collection. Yiribana means ‘this way’ in the language of the Eora people and acknowledges the location of the gallery on Gadigal land.

The group will also visit the Botanic Gardens for an exclusive guided walk to learn about the Cadigal (Gadigal) people – the traditional owners of the Sydney city area. Explore the world of plants and the history of Sydney’s magnificent Royal Botanic Garden with one of the knowledgeable guides. Uncover the Royal Botanic Garden’s rich Aboriginal Heritage, by exploring plant uses, culture, artefacts and depending on the season, you might even taste some Australian bush foods!

This tour departs from and returns to the ICC Sydney.

Includes:

  • Transportation by coach reserved for ICPS participants
  • Private guided tour of the Botanic Gardens
  • Private guided tour of the NSW Art Gallery
  • English speaking guide

Bridge Climb Sydney

See Sydney at its best – take the Climb of Your Life with BridgeClimb Sydney. From dawn until dusk, the view is always different. Climbs are available at dawn, by day, twilight or night.

Don’t miss this unforgettable, and uniquely Sydney experience.

Special Delegate Rate: 10% off! Book your Climb here!
Your Conference Rate will be displayed at the checkout at time of booking.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

BridgeClimb Sydney’s standard terms and conditions that apply to all bookings can be found on our website at www.bridgeclimb.com/terms. The Special Conference Rate Terms and Conditions are as follows:

  • The Special Conference Rate is valid for sale until 21st August 2020 and is limited to climbs (as stated above) occurring between 2nd August 2020 and 21st August 2020 inclusive.
  • Conference delegates must present proof of their conference registration or a conference lanyard at time of check-in. Please note that the full rate will apply if this condition is not satisfied.
  • Your Conference Rate will be displayed at the checkout at time of booking.
  • The Special Conference Rate may be extended to family and friends and must be accompanied by a conference delegate on the Climb.

Refer to http://www.bridgeclimb.com/things-you-need-to-know-to-climb/ for more details on how to prepare. 

Tastings in the Hunter Valley

Your informative and knowledgeable guide will collect you from your Sydney hotel and we will travel directly to the Hunter Valley, which is nestled in the lee of the Great Dividing Range. En route we will stop for a short restroom visit. Our first visit is to a 5-star winery nestled in the Mount View region of the Hunter Valley, a well renowned viticulture area. Sample exquisite wines in your own private area.

From here we continue onto Leogate Estate. This opulent cellar door is the perfect place to enjoy that unique taste which only the Hunter Valley and their award winning wines can provide. Here we will enjoy a wine tasting, followed by a tour of the onsite winery to learn of the wine making process. On conclusion of the tour, we enjoy a relaxing 2 course lunch (selection of platters, followed by dessert) accompanied by a glass of wine. Further beverages can be purchased at own expense.

After lunch we travel to Tulloch Winery. This small completely family owned winery and vineyard produces wines that express the unique terrain and climate from the ancient soils of the Brokenback Range. Here we will enjoy a unique wine tasting experience in collaboration with a local artisan chocolatier. You will sample handmade chocolates, matched to the winery’s current release wine – a sensational way to conclude our day in the Hunter Valley Wine Region.

From here we commence our return to Sydney to arrive back at your hotels approximately 5:00pm – 5.30pm.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Delegates MUST mention ICPS 2020 to ensure they are grouped with ICPS delegates.

Blue Mountains Wildlife Day

The Blue Mountains Deluxe Day is a real journey into the heart of a unique World Heritage Region. From temperate rainforests to towering sandstone escarpments, you’ll see and experience it all. Join us, let the landscape work its wonders and become part of you for a lifetime.

Your informative and knowledgeable guide will collect you from your Sydney hotel as we commence our small group deluxe tour into the heart of the unique Blue Mountains World Heritage Region. The Blue Mountains National Park is one of seven national parks that make up the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. This wonderland of sandstone outcrops, deep ravines and hazy blue eucalypt forests boasts luxury retreats and the world’s steepest railway. Today your guide will take you off the beaten track to visit remote lookout locations and discuss the history, flora and fauna of this magnificent region.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Delegates MUST mention ICPS 2020 to ensure they are grouped with ICPS delegates.