Zoo2Q – a spectacular new coastal adventure

Sydney Coast Walks, Sydney Harbour Eco Hopper, Taronga Zoo and Q Station have joined forces to launch an unforgettable harbourside adventure, Zoo2Q. Taking in some of Sydney’s most incredible natural and cultural wonders, the two-day tour starts with a night at Taronga Zoo’s Roar and Snore, 15 kilometre guided walk through Sydney National Park and finishes with a night at Q Station. The tour departs from Circular Quay on the second and fourth Sunday of the month.

Set sail in grand style

Step aboard Ricochet Yachting’s new state-of-the-art 47ft catamaran and experience a private charter, day trip or sunset sail on beautiful Sydney Harbour in superb luxury. At the helm, you’ll find Frank Hobson who has skippered some very special private yachts, including Richard Branson’s ‘Necker Belle’.

A new way to see Bondi

The new Fantasea Bondi Boat is the only twice-daily Sydney Harbour adventure cruise that will take you to see amazing views of Bondi Beach from a new perspective. Experience the famous sights of Sydney Harbour and its waterside suburbs, then exit through the dramatic cliffs of North and South Heads to the open ocean, turning right past The Gap towards Sydney’s eastern beaches for a panoramic view of the iconic Bondi Beach strip from out beyond the waves.



- Spectacular new coastal walk Zoo2Q, which takes in some of Sydney’s most beautiful harbour coastline
- Luxury cruising on Sydney Harbour aboard Ricochet Yachting’s new state-of-the art catamaran
- The Fantasea Bondi Boat, Sydney’s only harbour cruise from Circular Quay, out through The Heads to view Bondi Beach
- Darling Harbour Culture Beats, an inspiring free event program featuring a talented and culturally-diverse line-up of musicians live at Tumbalong Park on various weekends during September-December 2014 and February-May 2015
- JetPack Adventures in Penrith: take a thrilling flight through the air 15m high on an over-water jetpack device.

Credit: Destination NSW

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