Thanks for all the great reviews!
Over the past 6 years we’ve toured over 100,000 people and are truly humbled by the lovely reviews we’ve received over a range of different tourism and social media sites as well as being mentioned in quite a few publications.
Here are some of the places we’ve been reviewed which also include some great articles about other great value things to do in Sydney. Take a look and please let us know if you have any other Questions.
Australian Womens Health Magazine June Edition 2009, page 37.
Camping & Caravan Magazine & DVD
‘Sydney Sights’ Tour:
“This Green Guy knew his stuff!…So if you want a cheap tour of Sydney, don’t mind burning off a few calories, don’t want the standard commercialised tour, like a bit of a quirky commentary and the chance to maybe even make new friends, give the I’m Free Walking Tour of Sydney a go!”
“What should we, as visitors, do to get to know a new city? Well, how about doing a city tour? And even better, how about doing a walking city tour!”
“When I was in Melbourne a few weeks ago, the free walking tour was one of my favorite activities. It’s a great way to learn the layout of a city and note which places you’d like to revisit in more depth. Luckily the same company (I’m Free) also offers a tour in Sydney, and I make it a priority on my first day here.”
“I’ve done the I’m Free Sydney Sights Tour and ended up tipping $20 without hesitation. Ross did a fantastic job…I’m Free is probably the most popular walking tour in Sydney. You may have read about it in Trip Advisor where it has over 500 glowing reviews.”
‘Rocks at 6pm’ Tour:
“She (Justine) told us the history, shared the stories of how it grew and then declined. She also told us personal stories about some of the men and women that lived in this district which gave fascinating insight into what it was like for these people to arrive in a new land. We were not spared the gruesome stories of murders, lynchings and ghosts that accompany the area either.
Lastly, we were told of the efforts to preserve the area, how it was almost demolished to build high rise apartments and then how it became a protected area of Sydney. The area has a lot of charm and most of the buildings are preserved in their original appearances.”