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Rags to Riches Culinary Tour

Where
143 George St
The Rocks NSW 2000
Australia
When

Sundays, 1pm to 4pm Sunday 24 March to Sunday 30 March 2025 Except Sunday 29 December and Sunday 5 January 2025

Start location is 143 George Street, The Rocks and Finish location is in Barrangaroo

Cost

Adult: $148.00

Immerse yourself in a culinary discovery of Sydney’s evolution as you walk along the cobble stones of the Historic Rocks precinct to the strikingly, vibrant and most contemporary neighbourhood of Barangaroo.

Meet your group in the stunning surrounds of this architecturally rich neighbourhood where your guide will lead you down hidden lane ways and fill you in on all the happenings of the early 1800’s. Every pub in The Rocks claims to be the oldest of something and it’s fun to get the inside scoop getting a behind-the-scenes take on the city’s best kept secrets.

Combine your historic discovery with a choice of an array of local craft beers beautifully paired with smoked meats, gourmet vegetables and crispy fresh seasonal salad. As we head towards the ‘riches’ we take it up a notch with gin and tonic in hand and a rooftop panoramic view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge around to where we are headed, Barangaroo.

In 3 hours you will not only gain a wealth of historical knowledge, you will also unearth an abundance of fabulous local hangouts, eating and drinking in a selection of popular pubs and restaurants along the way PLUS there is gelato to finish YAY..!

If you are looking for a walking, food and history tour that immerses and defines Sydney’s lifestyle and culture then this is the tour for you.

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