Brewers Lunch, Craft Beer and History Tour
During a 3.5 hour walking tour, you will have the opportunity to tour part of the city of Sydney knowing about its history. The meeting point with your guide will be at Quay Bar, outside the customs house. On this tour you will explore the best of The Rocks, Miller's Point, Walsh Bay, Dawes Point and the port beach.
You will also have the opportunity to have lunch in the pub with a pint of beer included in the half-way tour of the iconic Lord Nelson Hotel & Brewery. Where the best choice of lunch plate will be Lord Nelson's plump beef pie with soft peas, mashed potatoes and pub sauce. And if you combine it with Nelson's award-winning Three Sheets Pale Ale, you'll find out why the saying "Thank the Lord" has meaning in this part of Sydney.
This historic pub in the heart of Miller's Point has been serving scallywags since 1841 and which has not changed much since then.
You will also know from the legendary condemned to merchants' mansions, where each of the neighborhood's streets has a story behind it. You will walk through the hidden alleys, the Victorian terraces and the heritage quays of this picturesque neighborhood.
They will introduce you to orphaned prisoners who became wealthy and common thieves who made the first beer in Australia. You will learn from Jack "The Miller" and the indigenous Australians like Bennelong, the first aboriginal man to travel from Sydney to England.
you will learn about Captain Cook's misadventures and the visionaries behind the Harbor Bridge, and about the convicted architect who transformed the colony to the Danish designer behind the Sydney Opera House. Finishing the tour in the same place where you started.
Tour Tickets (may vary by date)