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The Rocks Walking Tours – Historic walking tours

Take a leisurely 90 minute stroll through The Rocks with one of our friendly specialist guides within this unique heritage precinct of beautifully restored buildings situated in its picturesque harbourside setting.

Our company has been operating since 1978 and for over 40 years, this internationally renowned visitor service has long been introducing travellers and locals alike to the place where this nation’s European history began.

The Rocks is a historical village that sits within one of the most beautiful cities in the world and our guides love sharing its rich and diverse history with the guests that willingly share a fraction of their time with us. How lucky are we!!

Come be captivated by the charm of this special place whilst our commentary intrigues and entertains you for the time that you share with us! During our daily walking tours you will explore the city’s sandstone heritage through hidden narrow alley-ways, cobble stoned lanes and shady courtyards.

Learn the stories of the characters and rogues who called this area home and gave Sydney it’s colourful past.

Event dates

Event Details

35 Harrington Street, The Rocks, New South Wales

Meeting point is our office located inside at Shop 5, Clocktower Square, corner Argyle and Harrington Streets, The Rocks


Tours daily 10:30am or 1:30pm departing Shop 5 – Clocktower Square, Cnr Argyle & Harrington Sts, The Rocks.

Entry fees:
Adults $ 35, Children $ 18, Concession $ 30, Family $ 88
Prebooking required
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
What's included - 90 minute guided walking tour; Specialist trained guide with expertise in & around The Rocks; Umbrella (if required); Guide has amplification for ease in hearing commentary. What's excluded: Food and drinks; Hotel pickup and drop-off; Transportation to/from attractions; Comfortable walking shoes, hat and a bottle of water suggested; Tour encompasses uneven surfaces, cobblestones, worn sandstone flagging and steps; while these elements of the tour have never been considered to be strenuous by most people, for others this may be considered as an unsuitable activity.