Sunset on Sydney Harbour can be the most beautiful of sights – and sites.
We cannot guarantee it looks like this if we take you on a tour around Sydney Harbour. However, it is one of the most beautiful harbours in the world, if not #1. So, you will love the view no matter what time of day we take you. Mornings, lunch time, mid afternoons are all fabulous times to see the harbour as well.
Troll Tours knows some great areas around Sydney Harbour. Many places that even Sydneysiders don’t know about. Sydney Harbour is so beautiful it sells itself but, we know how to add value to your visit here.
Sydney Harbour is also called Port Jackson. It’s an inlet of the Pacific, 19 km / 12 miles long with a total area of 55 square km / 21 square miles, which is one of the world’s finest natural harbours. It has minimum and maximum depths of 30 feet (9 metres) and 155 feet at low water, and its irregular foreshores extend more than 150 miles, affording extensive docking facilities. Its principal wharves are near Sydney’s business district. https://www.britannica.com/place/Port-Jackson
What’s at the bottom of Sydney Harbour?
- Large concrete blocks and steel poles from construction work
- A variety of furniture items including tables and chairs
- Dozens of shopping trolleys
- Small pleasure boats that have broken free from moorings
- Cars and motorbikes. They have also found what was thought to be
- A brand new Toyota Landcruiser 4WD which was 50 metres from the wharf at White Bay which “…may have fallen off the back of a ship”
- Possibly a Porsche or Audi sports car in 6.5m of water just a few metres from the edge of Pier One at Dawes Point, almost under the Harbour Bridge
It’s interesting to think about what’s under the water at sunset on Sydney Harbour!