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Sydney Architecture Walks

Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets | Museum of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
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Intelligent and alternative look at Sydney

We know this city pretty well, but the SAW Three Suburbs: Central tour was a great morning that... read more

Reviewed 23 October 2015
Sasch M
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Montreal, Canada
Three Suburbs Central Bike Tour

An extremely interesting and informative tour through the Western side of the city, (Chippendale... read more

Reviewed 22 October 2015
Vicki_E
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Australia
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We are architects and we want to share our city with you. We organise intimate walking and bicycle tours that are open to the general public. We also arrange private / customised architectural tours and itineraries on request. Taking the form of a series of urban provocations, our conversations are straightforward and jargon-free exercises in story telling. Aimed at the expert-enthusiast, we want you to understand the 'why' of the city whilst exploring the most provocative and daring projects Sydney houses; works of architecture, public art and landscape that inspire and delight but also projects that reveal something of Sydney's grimy pulse. We are interested in ideas and in the drivers of city; the vibrant network of invisible forces - political, cultural, economic and environmental that give the city form. Get stung by architecture. Sydney will never look the same again. We promise!
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets | Museum of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
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Reviewed 23 October 2015

We know this city pretty well, but the SAW Three Suburbs: Central tour was a great morning that showed us some new things (not to mention an alternate way to "arrive" at the sparkling gem of a harbour. The start is at a relaxed and...More

1  Thank Sasch M
Reviewed 22 October 2015

An extremely interesting and informative tour through the Western side of the city, (Chippendale, Redfern, Ultimo and all the way to Darling Harbour) passing the new architectural landmarks and seeing the adaptation of the old. A great way to learn more about Sydney even as...More

1  Thank Vicki_E
Reviewed 20 October 2015

If you pay for one tour while in Sydney, make it a SAW tour, and if one of the bike tours is running, take it! Not only will you learn about the complex forces shaping the city, you'll take part in those changes by zipping...More

2  Thank Laurie G
Reviewed 13 October 2015

The 3 hour walking tour exploring the regeneration and transformation of the inner city suburbs was utterly absorbing. Our guide was excellent - knowledgeable, insightful and passionate. The lively and interesting discourse was geared to architects and city -conscious people alike. The individual audio kits...More

1  Thank Stephvolpe
Reviewed 4 October 2015

Absolutely loved the 3 suburbs bike tour (Chippendale, Redfern & Ultimo). Great tour when you're tired of all the usual 'touristy' sites. Loved the University of Technology Sydney focus and all of the hidden things you'd never find yourself. Eroghan was an extremely knowledgable guide...More

Thank Julieftg
Reviewed 1 October 2015

The architect who led us on this excellent tour was very informative and his way of explaining the reasons why and significance of the many interesting landmarks, buildings and the history was clear concise and entertaining. It was also thought provoking and for me. deeply...More

Thank John L
Reviewed 7 September 2015

A wonderful way to spend half a day walking and discovering fascinating facts on big and small buildings. Eoghan, our guide, chose specific buildings that illustrated his narrative, developing a story that had us eager for more.

Thank Jojo-Barnacles
Reviewed 7 September 2015

I feel about 10% smarter each time I do one if these tours! These walking tours are in the top 5 things visitors must do when travelling in Sydney. As a long time resident - I learn so much about my own city each time...More

Thank Natasha W
Reviewed 8 August 2015 via mobile

Great insight into historical and contemporary Castlecrag, a unique and special part of Sydney. Thanks Ben and Annette.

Thank roddy_g
Reviewed 6 August 2015

My second walk with Eoghan. 'Utzon' is definitely a must if you want to know in depth everything about this architect, his work, what went wrong and the politics around it.. Eoghan is a passionate and fantastic guide, the 'conversation' (as he calls it) is...More

Thank Christian L
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Central Business District
The Sydney Central Business District is abuzz with
energy. Power brokers run to and from high rise
buildings and after-work drink places, high-end
shoppers tour venues like the QVB, and fine diners
frequent the many celebrity chef restaurants. For a
dose of culture, walk to the NSW Art Gallery, or visit
the Sydney Museum. To escape the hustle and bustle,
reconnect with nature at the Sydney Botanical Gardens
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