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The Rocks, Sydney – Walking Tours

02Feb 2017

Any visit to Sydney is going to lead you to some very specific areas and site. Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay, The Rocks… For the best way to experience, hook up with a guide from Two Feet & a Heartbeat Walking Tours for a few hours. Sydney With Conviction Walking Tour      When […]

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Best cheap Asian lunches in Perth City

31Jan 2017

With so many new places opening in the CBD for lunch – almost on a daily basis – there is a huge range of options to suit all tastes and budgets.  We’ve rounded up our old school favourites that have always delivered a delicious lunch and continue to stand out amongst all the new offerings […]

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Bar Tours in Sydney – Weekend Notes Review

03Nov 2015

Do you know that there are around 100 small bars located in the Sydney CBD and approximately 85 more in the Sydney surrounds. Here are just some of them. Garry from Weekend Notes came along last month to check out just a few of them and see what it is all about. He was very pleased […]

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Small Bar tours in Sydney (this is no pub tour!)

03Nov 2015

Small bars are something that is relatively new to Sydney. Since 1788, the city has seen pub after pub established, and while some of the oldest still exist, such as the Hero of Waterloo and the Fortune of War, society has dictated that smaller intimate venues are wanted. So when Clover Moore, the now Lord […]

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Being a tourist in my home town, Perth and Sydney

19Oct 2015

Thank you to Claire for her article about being a tourist in your own town. We think it is extremely important to know your town. When you go travelling to other cities, you take the time to get to know it. You book in for a guided tour. You visit the sites, and there is […]

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Museum Of Perth

09Jul 2015

Perth got its first crowdfunded restaurant this year and now its residents have the chance to own a small piece of a new museum that tells the story of their city. The team behind the Museum of Perth, which includes City of Perth councillor Reece Harley, arts patron Diana Warnock and Heritage Perth executive director […]

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Staff Christmas Events with a difference

17Jun 2015

So if you have ever been in charge of organising the staff Christmas event, you know the pain that can be associated with it. Lunch at a buffet, a trip to the pub, a booking at a restaurant. There will always be these options, and they will always have a place, but now you have […]

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Rottnest Island Bike Tours

11May 2015

Many years ago the decision was made to close the roads on Rottnest Island to vehicles. Since then, millions have enjoyed this bike lover’s paradise. Rottnest Island Bike Tours for Groups (school, corporate, conference) now available. Tours showcase the unique history and landscapes of the “place across the water”, Wadjemup. Bookings must be made in advance for this […]

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Two Feet & a Hearteat wins Heritage Award

11May 2015

Perth tour operator Two Feet & a Heartbeat have been awarded the 2012 Western Australian Heritage Award for Outstanding Heritage Tourism Product. The award recognises outstanding commitment and contribution to heritage tourism “We are extremely honoured to win the award as it is recognition of the hard work that we have put in to showcase […]

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Building the new Perth

09Apr 2015

Two Feet & a Heartbeat is proud to be a part of The Big Picture. Taken from “Building the new Perth” THE once-in-a-generation transformation happening across our city will demand a staggering 28,000 employees. Treasurer Mike Nahan says Bigger Picture projects like the new Perth stadium are providing vital jobs for West Australians. “The construction […]

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