Sydney Flexi Attractions Pass by iVenture Card

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Sunny Sydney is arguably Australia’s most popular tourist destination, welcoming millions of travelers from around the world each year who come to enjoy the magic of the land down under. From world-renowned architecture to iconic beaches, and from top cultural attractions to expansive natural parks, Sydney nearly literally has it all. Embark on a tour or cruise. Visit a museum or tour the Royal Botanic Gardens. Explore Madame Tussauds, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, or the Sydney Tower Eye.

For travelers to Sydney looking to save money on attraction visits, the iVenture Sydney Flexi Attractions Pass is a smart option. You can save up to 40% on combined gate admission prices to more than 25 of the city’s best and most popular attractions.

Top Sydney Attractions

Big Bus Sydney Explorer Hop On, Hop Off Double Decker Bus Tour
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
Taronga Zoo
Sydney Opera House
Oz Jetboating

How the Sydney Flexi Attractions Pass Works

The iVenture Sydney Flexi Attractions Pass offers up to 40% savings off combined admission prices. It’s the most affordable product from iVenture in Sydney and is a great option for casual travelers who know what they want to see.

The pass is purchased in increments of three, five, or seven attractions. You’ll get admission to the number of attractions purchased with three full months to use all your attraction visits. Choose anything from the list of 25+ above.

The product itself is a plastic Smart Card with a computer chip. You present the pass to the attraction instead of paper tickets or booklets, and you’re set to enter!

What’s Good with the Flexi Pass?

The iVenture Sydney Flexi Attractions Pass is most popular because of the great value you get with the product. You have the potential to save up to 40% on combined gate admission prices.

It’s also a flexible product. You don’t need to pick anything you want to see in advance, and can decide as you go. Do keep in mind that some things may require reservations.

The pass is also easy to use. Just present the card to the attractions, and they’ll grant you admission. It’s really very straightforward.

The duration of the pass is a particular plus with many of iVenture’s Australian products. Having three months to see everything makes it a savvy product for tourists and locals alike.

The extra “show and save” discounts are quite nice in Sydney, too, and include things like a jewelry store, a ropes course, and the Waradah Aboriginal Centre.

Travelers also genuinely appreciate the full color guidebook and map that come with the pass. You can use them to plan your itinerary – no need for all those open browser windows!

How Could the Flexi Pass Get Better?

The Sydney Flexi Attractions Pass has so many options to choose from, but you’re limited to selecting a maximum of seven. It would be nice if they had a 10 ticket option like they do in some other markets. That said, they do offer the Sydney Unlimited Attractions Pass if you want to see more of the city. Or, The Sydney Pass is another fine option with a slightly different selection of activities.

One important thing to keep in mind is that the pass only covers general admission. If you want to see a special exhibit at a museum, take a particular tour, or enjoy an animal encounter, you’re going to have to pay out of pocket at the attraction.

Get Your Money’s Worth

The easiest way to maximize the value of your pass is to make sure you visit all your included attractions. Some travelers buy a seven attraction pass, but only see six things. If you do that, you may not break even.

It can also be helpful to use the pass for pricier attractions and save any inexpensive stuff for after the life of your pass. The savings percentage will increase if you visit more expensive attractions.

Insider Tips

You can skip the line at selected attractions in Sydney, which can be a big timesaver. Consult their website to see which ones are included.

iVenture sometimes changes which attractions are included in the pass program. Consult their website for the most up-to-date info, and to see what they may have added. The pdfs of the guides online are occasionally outdated, so don’t rely upon those.

The interactive map on the iVenture Sydney website (navigable through the top bar) is also incredibly helpful when planning your itinerary. Use it to see where attractions are, and to filter them by type.

Where to Buy the Sydney Flexi Attractions Pass

The iVenture Sydney Flexi Attractions Pass can be purchased through iVenture online.

You also have the option to buy it in Sydney at select sales locations though the prices will likely be higher if you wait till you are in Sydney.