Sydney Sweet Treats
Fun-filled family-friendly adventure exploring historic neighbourhoods and discovering the hidden gems that make Sydney an iconic city.
Gather your mum friends and your teenagers and set off on an extraordinary journey through time with your local guide, who knows Sydney inside-out! Discover
the lesser-known artisans and providers who have influenced the city’s culture and culinary scene.This carefully curated tour will pair the history of Sydney with delicious treats, giving you a specialist knowledge and appreciation for the passion and craftsmanship behind each delectable bite. Experience the sights, sounds, and tastes of Sydney like never before on this unforgettable adventure!
By booking your SPARK POP® experience as a gift or treat, you’ll support colourful memories and also – Healthy Planet. Supporting Local. Active Kids.
- Your own personal and very passionate guide will share their own local expertise and, of course, Sydney’s finest foodie secrets
- Four tasting stops
- All tastings and drinks:
- Gelato or chocolate tastings (depending on day)
- Fudge & nougat tastings
- Pot of beer for
- Your own “Hello Sweetie!” pin badge – a great souvenir to take home
- Special in store offers
- Meeting Location: Please meet outside Customs House in Circular Quay. Your guide will be holding a Sweet Treats Tour paddle.
Guidelines, Cancellation, Terms
- A maximum tour group size of 12 people to keep the tour intimate.
Accessibility & suitability
We welcome foodies and sweet tooths of all ages and we’re really happy to work with you on any access needs you may have.
There are a few considerations you need to be aware of:
The tour requires a basic level of fitness. The pace of the walking tour is relaxed. Over three hours you’ll walk approx. 2.75 kilometers (1.7 miles). There are one or two opportunities to sit down during the tour, but you need to be prepared to stand for periods of time.
There are toilets along the route.
Some of the pathways we follow are narrow and/or cobbled and there are stairs and inclines to navigate – therefore, if you need wheelchair access, we recommend contacting us in advance.
This walking tour may not be suitable for gluten free and coeliac as not all venues are able to provide gluten free options. Traces of nuts and gluten may be present in all tastings. This tour is not suitable for vegans.