Australia Multi-City Attractions Pass - Sydney

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Lowest Price Guaranteed
  • Duration: 90 Days
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    5-Ticket Multi-City Pass, 4/1/2020 - 2/15/2024Monday - Sunday : 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM7-Ticket Multi-City Pass, 4/1/2020 - 2/15/2024Monday - Sunday : 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM10-Ticket Multi-City Pass, 4/1/202.. read more
  • Departure Details :
    Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Aquarium Pier Darling Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales 2000 Australia
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Explore some of Australias best sights and attractions across Sydney, Melbourne and Gold Coast while saving up to 40% on general admission entry with the Ultimate Australia Pass.

Visit attractions such as the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Skydeck, or enjoy paddle board lessons, jet boat rides and whale cruises on the Gold Coast.

Whether its a sightseeing tour, adventure cruise, wildlife attraction or once-in-a-lifetime experience, the Ultimate Australia Pass saves you time by not having to queue for tickets at every attraction. Plus, your pass comes with a handy app so your time in Australia is as fun and stress-free as possible.

Whatever your tastes and interests, the Ultimate Australia Pass is your ticket to experience the magic of Australia as conveniently and cost effectively as possible.

Know More about this tour

With the Australia Multi-City Attractions Pass, you can see Australias best attractions at your own pace. There are more than 100 attractions and activities to choose from, allowing you to create your own itinerary and save up to 40% on top attractions, tours, museums, venues and more in Australias most popular destinations Sydney, Melbourne, the Gold coast and Tasmania.

See the full list of attractions in the Itinerary section below. Each attraction requires one ticket. Simply show your card to gain entry to your chosen attraction, and one ticket will be automatically deducted from your card. (Please note: one ticket will be used per attraction or activity. No repeat visitation is permitted.)

Youll also be provided with a pocket-size guide full of information on the attractions, including their locations, opening hours and offers.

Inclusions

Over 100 attractions to choose from across Sydney, Melbourne & Gold Coast

Top attractions in Sydney including Sydney Opera House

Top Attractions in Gold Coast include Paradise Jet Boating, Aqua Duck PLUS MORE

Top attractions in Melbourne include Zoo's & Wildlife, Melbourne Skydeck PLUS MANY MORE

Exclusions

Food and drinks, unless specified

Supplements apply to some attractions which are payable direct to the operator

Gratuities

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

You are required to enter a travel date, please note this is only required as an indication

Your Australia Multi-City Attractions Pass is valid for three months from when you visit the first attraction

Supplements may apply to some attractions and are payable direct to the operator

Unused passes are valid for 12 months from date of purchase

Wheelchair accessible

Stroller accessible

Service animals allowed

Near public transportation

Accessibility options may vary depending on the attraction. Please check directly with your chosen attractions for accessibility options and restrictions

Most travelers can participate

Face masks required for travelers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

Traveller safety measures may vary depending on the attraction. Please check before visiting your chosen attractions for any changes to attraction operations to avoid disappointment

Traveler Reviews

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  • 25-Sep-2022

    The booking proccess should be easier. A lot of the attractions you'll have to pay an additional cost to use. It doesnt worth it.

  • 13-Nov-2019

    SCAMMERS, RUN!!! A bit more in detail: We were on holiday in the gold Coast and they have booths around the place, we walked past a few times and said to each other "those prices are really low" at one point we seen one for iFly and I pointed it out to my parter, the person at the booth noticed this and reeled us in. After a lengthy discussion we found out the prices were only available if you met certain criteria (location, age, income, etc). They showed us info on iFly and offered us $20 passes, usually $200,only catch was attending a seminar. We paid $40 for the two of us and they set up the seminar for a few days time. The seminar was obviously a sale pitch, we said no(although they almost smooth talked us into it) got our "prize" as they called it and left. When we went back to book iFly the person at the booth (a different person this time) told us they do not offer iFly and don't know where we got our information, at which point I simple pointed the sign we were all standing next to that had the iFly deal plastered on it, we were then met with "oh that is a completely different deal, that's not what you guys get". They then handed us a book and said these are the things you guys can choose from. Everything in the book was either crossed out and "no longer available" or was only valid through extra conditions. Of course they have a no refund policy too. I'm sure they will have deal that do suit some people but please be very cautious of these people and especially the wyndham time share they try to rope you into. Do your research and do not let them scam you out of your hard earned cash.

  • 19-Jun-2019

    Very hard process to get the online card to work. Expires in 3 months after using a 5 pass. Cannot use on the same attraction twice. Do not give refunds for unused passes Waste of time and money. Avoid like the plague!

  • 17-Apr-2019

    Exceedingly misleading and a wast of money. I paid over $500 bucks for a pass for me and my husband with the hopes of enjoying Australia, had plans to climb the bridge, eat at the buffet at the tower and even do a dinner cruise only to find out that these have to be paid for separately.

  • 16-Apr-2019

    Exceedingly misleading and a wast of money. I paid over $500 bucks for a pass for me and my husband with the hopes of enjoying Australia, had plans to climb the bridge, eat at the buffet at the tower and even do a dinner cruise only to find out that these have to be paid for separately.

  • 31-Mar-2018

    Great deal. The only downside was finding a location to pick them up and the complete lack of knowledge of the people at the pick up locations. There are no maps, there is no list of places included. Very frustrating.

  • 31-Mar-2018

    Great deal. The only downside was finding a location to pick them up and the complete lack of knowledge of the people at the pick up locations. There are no maps, there is no list of places included. Very frustrating.

  • 25-Mar-2018

    We paid 323 per person for a 10 ticket multi-city pass, which works out to be about 33 per person. These are the attractions we went:
    Sydney - Opera House, Taronga Zoo, Sydney Tower,
    By the way, we went to Blue Mountains on our own. It's worth the trip. If you go on Sundays, the bus ride is only 2.
    Gold Coast - Wyndham Cruise Tips: join the afternoon one Catch a Crab Tour Add 20 each person Springbrook National Park and Natural Bridge tourAdd 20 each person Hanlan's Seafood Buffet
    Melbourne - Sea Life Aquarium, Left Bank Melbourne restaurant Queen Street Rescue restaurant

    We don't have a problem planning the tours. We were in Australia for a total of 12 days and we took domestic flight to and from Gold coast, and Melbourne. But here is my concern, most of the attractions we went actually cost less than 33. The restaurants, for instance, only allows 25 for the food cost, so are some other attractions which only cost 25 or less. But remember, we paid average 33 for each of the attraction!!! The Opera House is a joke. We only spent half an hour touring inside. I figured out if we had instead bought tickets to see a show, it would have cost 40 more but we could actually stay in the theatre to watch the show!

    In the end, my husband and I decided that we could have greater flexibility and better use of our budget if we were not stuck with the multi-city pass.
    Also, as transportation was not included, it was impossible to go to certain places like the Penguin Parade in Phillips Island. We paid an additional 20 pp to join the Catch a Crab tour. We also paid additional 20 pp for the Natural Bridge and Springbrook Tour. At the time of booking, we were not told that the bridge was under construction. As it turned out, we were not able to walk across the bridge.

    If I had to rate the attractions we went: it would be,
    Taronga Zoo, Melbourne Sea life Aquarium 5 out of 5
    Wyndham Cruise, Left Bank Melbourne and Hanlan Seafood buffet 4 out of 5

    Sydney Opera House and Springbrook Tour in Goldcoast - 2 out of 5 not worth going. The other attractions are 3 out of 5 ok

  • 25-Mar-2018

    We paid 323 per person for a 10 ticket multi-city pass, which works out to be about 33 per person. These are the attractions we went:
    Sydney - Opera House, Taronga Zoo, Sydney Tower,
    By the way, we went to Blue Mountains on our own. It's worth the trip. If you go on Sundays, the bus ride is only 2.
    Gold Coast - Wyndham Cruise Tips: join the afternoon one Catch a Crab Tour Add 20 each person Springbrook National Park and Natural Bridge tourAdd 20 each person Hanlan's Seafood Buffet
    Melbourne - Sea Life Aquarium, Left Bank Melbourne restaurant Queen Street Rescue restaurant

    We don't have a problem planning the tours. We were in Australia for a total of 12 days and we took domestic flight to and from Gold coast, and Melbourne. But here is my concern, most of the attractions we went actually cost less than 33. The restaurants, for instance, only allows 25 for the food cost, so are some other attractions which only cost 25 or less. But remember, we paid average 33 for each of the attraction!!! The Opera House is a joke. We only spent half an hour touring inside. I figured out if we had instead bought tickets to see a show, it would have cost 40 more but we could actually stay in the theatre to watch the show!

    In the end, my husband and I decided that we could have greater flexibility and better use of our budget if we were not stuck with the multi-city pass.
    Also, as transportation was not included, it was impossible to go to certain places like the Penguin Parade in Phillips Island. We paid an additional 20 pp to join the Catch a Crab tour. We also paid additional 20 pp for the Natural Bridge and Springbrook Tour. At the time of booking, we were not told that the bridge was under construction. As it turned out, we were not able to walk across the bridge.

    If I had to rate the attractions we went: it would be,
    Taronga Zoo, Melbourne Sea life Aquarium 5 out of 5
    Wyndham Cruise, Left Bank Melbourne and Hanlan Seafood buffet 4 out of 5

    Sydney Opera House and Springbrook Tour in Goldcoast - 2 out of 5 not worth going. The other attractions are 3 out of 5 ok

  • 04-Mar-2018

    You definitely need to have a long duration for this ticket to be able to make use of every attraction pass. This pass is awesome!

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