Agents with clients who are interested in making a debut performance at the Sydney Opera House, might want to read on.
Cultural Attractions of Australia is inviting travellers to step behind-the-scenes and dive deep into Australia’s cultural icons, including an exclusive opportunity to perform with Opera Australia at the famous Sydney Opera House.
And while friends look on from the audience, the guest will make their show debut in full costume and make-up, complete with a wig. Prior rehearsals with the show’s director and choreographer will ensure a flawless performance.
That’s just one of the new once-in-a-lifetime experiences that have been launched by 22 of Australia’s most iconic cultural destinations, providing a unique curated experience never before seen in the tourism industry.
Other experiences include:
- Spending an evening with Cleopatra, as travellers indulge in a private degustation dining experience set in front of Giabattista Tiepolo’s masterpiece, The Banquet of Cleopatra. The National Gallery of Victoria will be closed for the evening, giving the traveller exclusive access, a private escorted tour by the NGV Curator, followed by world class dining and intimate live musical performances.
- A rockstar afternoon including a VIP ferry to the Museum of Old and New Art, VIP degustation at Faro Restaurant, wine pairings, and exclusive entry to the museum’s most popular exhibits.
- A personalized tour of the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, known for connecting visitors to Australia’s history and cultural identity. As one of the most significant museums in the world, guests can now experience behind-the-scenes exploration of the unique collection of letters, maps, photographs and diaries that reveal the true soul of the nation.
- Exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the Australian Parliament House, designed by architect Romaldo Giurgola. After a private tour of the Parliamentary Art and Furniture Collections, enjoy high-tea prepared by in-house chefs and a premium gin tasting and dining experience usually reserved for only visiting dignitaries.
For more, go to https://culturalattractionsofaustralia.com/ .