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Mice Asia Net : January 2009
new south wales sydney green itinerary Day One Start your incentive visit to Sydney with an exclusive Aboriginal Heritage Tour of the Botanical Gardens. You will join Aboriginal education officers and learn about the richly diverse history and culture of Aboriginal people of the Sydney region, and in particular, of their reliance on plants. Afterwards stroll through the beautiful Botanical Gardens towards the Sydney Opera House and stop for lunch in one of Circular Quay’s harbour side cafés. Make your way to The Rocks for an exhilarating sunset Discovery Climb on Sydney Harbour Bridge, from the summit you will observe crystal clear views of Sydney’s skyline, the World-Heritage listed Sydney Opera House and the harbour, with the Bridge itself beneath your feet. In March 2008, BridgeClimb initiated its environmental policy so as to reduce consumption of electricity, paper and non-recyclable waste by 15%, offset emissions and aim for carbon neutrality. Day two After a relaxing morning transfer to Mrs Macquarie’s Chair for a group photo and exclusive five-star picnic lunch. Take in the stunning views before jumping on a water taxi to Taronga Zoo. Visit the new Great Southern Ocean exhibit where you can learn how leopard seals are used by researchers as an indicator for climate change. Have your photo taken next to a koala before heading back into town. Have dinner at the Westin Sydney Hotel’s Mosaic Restaurant set in the historic General Post Office building. Walking transfer back to hotel. Day three Tour Sydney Olympic Park by hybrid car and stop for a three- course lunch at Pullman Hotel Sydney Olympic Park – a five- star hotel built with excellent environmental management practices in mind. Shop in the famous heritage listed Queen Victoria Building before dinner at 360 Bar and Dining – a revolving restaurant at the top of Sydney Tower, the highest point in the City. Day Four Meet in the hotel lobby for your transfer down to Tamarama. Take the cliff walk around to Bondi Beach where you will be met for your brunch at Icebergs – a true Sydney icon. Spend the afternoon learning to surf at Bondi Beach before your transfer back to town. This evening you will enjoy an exclusive dinner in Chinatown. You will take a friendly pedapod transfer back to your hotel -a unique and exciting way to get around Sydney without damaging our environment. Day Five On your final morning in Sydney, set sail for a magical experience on Sydney Harbour. An EastSail sailing regatta offers a unique way to see Sydney Harbour. Transfer to your gala dinner by monorail – one of the greenest ways to travel through the city. Your gala dinner tonight will be a spectacular event created by Great Southern Events – an event company that enables you to offset the event’s carbon footprint. We’ll make sure your event is remembered for all the right reasons... Right venue. Right equipment. Right catering. Right staff. Book a residential conference for 2009 by 28th February to receive a complimentary one hour welcome cocktail reception* * terms and conditions apply 02 9259 7199 www.sydneyharbourmarriott.com.au miceAsia.net 61 itinerary ideas