For a special Sydney experience, there is nothing like the tranquil Cottage Point Inn on the Hawkesbury River. Experience Cottage Point Inn Australia at its best on a return seaplane flight from Sydney.
The Seaplane tour from Sydney is a mere 20 minutes flying time to award-winning Cottage Point Inn. This beautiful restaurant is perched on the water’s edge in the heart of the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park and is renowned for offering exceptional modern Australian cuisine. Upon landing, we taxi to the restaurant’s seaplane dock, where the friendly staff will offer a warm welcome and a great selection of Australian wines (at additional cost). After your leisurely 3 course a la carte lunch which is included, you’ll reboard your seaplane and return to Sydney Harbour.
To top off a magical afternoon, you will be offered to take a seaplane tour of Sydney – an incredible photo opportunity flying circuit of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House – before we land back at Rose Bay.
Tour Guideline Price:
AUD $625 / GBP £361
Approx. 4 hours
Please note: All optional excursion descriptions represent a typical itinerary and will not necessarily operate exactly as outlined. Distant Journeys reserves the right to change the local operators at short notice if deemed necessary and appropriate.
‘From the very first phone call we made they have delivered excellent service – friendly, reassuring, professional and nothing was too much for them to do’ Mr & Mrs Payne, West Yorkshire
Mr & Mrs Payne, Wonders of Australia
‘Great holiday, we had the freedom to do our own thing when it suited as well as a range of excursions when we needed them. The Ghan train and the Great Barrier Reef experiences were first class’ Mr & Mrs Parry, Cheshire
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