This time our passengers are from Adelaide. Allesio is from Italy (Milan) and has been here for a year. He loves Sydney and thought the Sydney sights trike tour would be a great way to see it.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Steve picked them up from a hotel in Circular Quay. Firstly they rode over the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. Make sure you look around at the amazing structure, you’ll get a better view without a roof and four walls surrounding you.
Blues Point Reserve
After that, they went to Blues Point Reserve on the western side of the Harbour Bridge. Importantly, the view from here is amazing. The view eastward, across Blues Bay and Sydney Harbour is beautiful, you’ll look towards the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.
From here, they continued riding. Firstly was past Admiralty House which is the Sydney official residence of the Governor-General of Australia. After that they rode past the Prime Ministers mansion – Kirribilli House. It is the official Sydney residence of the Prime Minister of Australia.
Mrs Macquarie’s Point
Then they rode through Kirribilli and back over the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Mrs Macquarie’s Point. Similarly, the view from here though looking westward, is beautiful. You’ll see the Opera House and Harbour Bridge from a different perspective.
Continuing on, Steve rode through Woolloomooloo and through the infamous Kings Cross. However, time was up so he dropped them off at their finish point. In conclusion, the Sydney sights trike tour was a success.
Kirribilli House in Sydney, is situated on Kirribilli Point with an uninterrupted view eastwards across Sydney Harbour. It is the official Sydney residence of the Prime Minister of Australia. Built in 1854 by Adolphus Frederick Feez, Kirribilli is a twin gabled house in the Gothic style.