In Sydney for a short time, Bernie organised the 69th birthday VIVID tour with us. She is celebrating her 69th birthday and therefore wanted to do something fun and a bit different to the usual touristy stuff. Why not combine it with a ride around the VIVID sights!
Mrs Macquarie’s Point
Craig and Joe picked our passengers up from a restaurant. They had eaten dinner first so then they could relax while taking in the Sydney sights. Firstly, they rode to Mrs Macquarie’s Point. We can’t ride to the exact point but it is possible to walk to the point. We can ride far enough to see the wonderful view looking west to the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Next, they rode through part of the city and across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. One of our favourite views is from Blues Point. It has the same type of view as Mrs Macquarie’s Point but in reverse – looking east across Sydney Harbour to the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.
In addition they stopped at Jeffrey Street Wharf, Kirribilli. From here the view is closer to the Opera House and the CBD. They had a look around and had some photos taken. The perspective of the Harbour Bridge is fabulous from here. They drove under the bridge and back across it.
However, time was up so they were dropped off near their hotel at Circular Quay. The 69th birthday VIVID tour was a great success. In other words, our passengers had such a fun time and saw the pretty sights of the VIVID Festival and Sydney. http://trolltours.com.au/product/design-your-own-ride/
The website says: Where art, technology and commerce intersect. Three weeks of game changing ideas and seminars, amazing music and light sculptures that transform the city. https://www.vividsydney.com/ It really is worth a look.