About us

Flamin' Galah Sydney Tours & Airport Transfers specialise in Home and Away Tours to Palm Beach, as well as Blue Mountains tours and Hunter Valley wine tasting tours from Manly. We also provide a private charter tour service, ideal for large families or groups from 1-24 people. Private charter tours offer you complete flexibility in terms of designing your own custom built tour anywhere in and around Sydney. We also provide these tours with airport/cruise ship transfers. Contact us directly for a quote and see our website for possible itinerary ideas. All tours come with full commentary available in either English, Spanish, Mandarin or Cantonese and proudly boast one common theme - SYDNEY SCENERY! See much more of Sydney than you ever thought possible and enjoy it as part of either a small friendly tour group or a private charter.

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Chinese visitors rising - but could Australia do better?

Chinese visitors rising - but could Australia do better?

New figures show that international visitor numbers to Australia continue to grow, with China leading the charge, but also highlight the massive opportunity that Australia is missing, according to the industry body Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF).

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Canberra gets a boost, rated "World's best city"!!

Canberra gets a boost, rated "World's best city"!!

Canberra may not be everybody’s first choice if asked to rank the best cities. But Canberra has been named the best city anywhere and will now looking forward to a big boost for its domestic and incoming tourism industry.

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Dollar dropping results in tourism rise

Dollar dropping results in tourism rise

The sliding Aus dollar – it hit a four-year low against the US dollar earlier this week – isn’t too handy for travellers heading abroad, but it presents a golden opportunity for the tourism industry at home.

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CHINESE JUNK BOAT IN PORT STEPHENS WOWS ITS 23 PASSENGERS!

CHINESE JUNK BOAT IN PORT STEPHENS WOWS ITS 23 PASSENGERS!

An authentic junk boat all the way from China has recently set sail in Port Stephens.

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