Ahead of the iconic precinct’s 50th birthday in October, the Sydney Opera House is giving the public the opportunity to get the full experience, giving you access to hidden areas never before seen by the public.
Visitors can venture into back-of-house spaces including the Concert Hall’s world-famous organ, its follow-spot room and the Joan Sutherland Theatre rear stage lift – one of the biggest lifts in the Southern Hemisphere – to see the inner workings of this complex building.
No questions will go unanswered as this small group tour of 10 will be accompanied by two tour guides and technical experts in staging and lighting.
This intimate tour also includes a leisurely high tea brunch at Portside restaurant Midden by Mark Olive with sweeping harbourside views.
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