Vivid Sydney Harbour Tour: Ticket Giveaway!

Vivid Sydney 2014

Vivid Sydney, the ever-amazing annual celebration of lights/music/ideas, is just around the corner and, for the first time ever, you can get front row seats to the best of what’s happening around the harbour on an awesome ferry tour. Even better, you can do so for FREE! In conjunction with our mates at the brilliant Beyond The Wharf, we are giving away a double pass for a 1¼ hour tour on an iconic Sydney Harbour Ferry. Read on to find out how to win…

From 1 – 4 June there will be twice nightly departures from the heart of Vivid Sydney at Circular Quay. The tour will take in the Harbour Light Precinct, while featuring a fully sick Vivid Music soundtrack and explanatory commentary to accompany the fantastic light displays.

The tours will begin with the lighting of the Opera House Sails and the electric MCA. Travelling under the 100,000 LED light Harbour Bridge, the ferry master will take you up close to the Antarctic feature on the Maritime Museum roof, the Pyrmont light playground, and along the Light Walk from the Rocks to the Walsh Bay Tree of Light, as well as all of the incredibly lit architecture in between.

What’s more, the ferry will only be at half-capacity, so everyone will be able to have an outside or window seat. Ain’t nobody gonna be elbowing you out of your good position. there’ll be plenty of space for everyone to enjoy the stunning light displays.

Fancy scoring a double pass? Of course you do. All you have to do is answer one simple question to be in with a chance of winning. Click the button below or follow this link if you can’t see said button.

If you want to just purchase Vivid Sydney Harbour Tour tickets straightaway without any of this question-answering hassle, then you can simple head to the Beyond The Wharf website now. The tours run from 1 June to 4 June, departing daily at 18:30 and 20:05, and last for 1 ¼ hours. Adult $35, Concession/Child $19, Family of four (2 Adults, 2 Kids) $89.

Incidentally, you should check out Beyond The Wharf anyway. Those guys post some really good and interesting stuff.