Harbour Jet is that latest attraction to join the See Sydney & Beyond Smartvisit( Card- the all-inclusive attractions pass for Sydney and the…
Harbour Jet is that latest attraction to join the See Sydney & Beyond Smartvisit( Card– the all-inclusive attractions pass for Sydney and the Blue Mountains. Cardholders are offered a free 35 minute jet blast ride on weekdays taking in the sights of Sydney Harbour.
Early indications are that Harbour Jet will be one of the most popular attractions within the See Sydney & Beyond Smartvisit( Card with over 100 card holders taking to the water within the first few days. American visitors are creating a splash, making up over 40% of cardholder visits, followed closely by visitors from Australia and the UK.
The jet blast ride allows visitors a great view of Sydney`s highlights such as the Harbour bridge, the Opera House, Fort Denison and the Prime Minister`s Sydney residence.
The inclusion of a jet boat ride within the See Sydney & Beyond Smartvisit(tm) Card adds an amazing sizzle to our visitors` experience. Harbour Jet are a welcome addition to the line-up, and its inclusion means our card is even better value than ever, says Arabella Nairne of Smartvisit Solutions, the company behind the attractions pass.
The See Sydney & Beyond Smartvisit( Card offers value and convenience for visitors to Sydney and the Blue Mountains with free entry to over 40 attractions, sightseeing tours and cruises for one all-inclusive price. Since its launch in November 2001 it has revolutionized the attractions industry.
The See Sydney & Beyond Smartvisit( Card comes with a colour guidebook complete with maps, photographs, directions, hints and tips to guide the visitor on their discovery.
One, two, three and seven-day See Sydney & Beyond Smartvisit( Cards are available for adult and child, which are valid for consecutive days from first use. The card can also be purchased with optional public transport giving access to public buses, ferries and trains throughout metropolitan Sydney.
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