Who are we?
Two Feet & a Heartbeat Sydney is a brand you can trust for quality experiencesn and around the Harbour City.
Two Feet began in 2007 in the time-honoured tradition of scribbling an idea down on a coaster at the pub. Two friends, who had spent many of their years travelling realised that some cities are harder to understand than others.
Due to our sustained excellence, we have were able to expand into Sydney in 2009 and now have a national brand that is trusted by key organisations including Tourism Australia, Tourism Western Australia and Destination NSW.
Our tours are designed to be conversational, informative, engaging and entertaining. We don’t focus on the “This building was constructed in nineteen-digity-four by Jebediah Springfield”. Instead, we have built a reputation as a leader in contemporary interpretation. We focus on the who, what, where, when, why and how. We paint a picture of the destination you are visiting. At the end of our tours, you will be able to say “Ah, I get it now”.
Sydney is known all around the world as the birthplace of Modern Australia, convicts, icons buildings such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House, however it is the stories of the people, times and decision made that have made it into the thriving cosmopolitan world city that it is now. On a Two Feet tour, a friendly Sydney-sider will guide you through their home town and help you to uncover the fantastic an fascinating tales that make the city so different from anywhere else.
All tour material is fully researched to ensure the stories and information presented is based on historically accurate and referenced sources. This is achieved through partnerships and relationships with the National Trust and by engaging state government departments. Extensive research is also conducted at the State Library, through internet searches, collection of a comprehensive private library of historical books and journals, as well as collecting firsthand accounts from people who were actually there to witness events.
The indigenous content of the tours has been endorsed for accuracy and cultural sensitivity by officers from the Department of Culture and the Arts, as well as respected elders.