Team Building Activities Sydney
CityDays, trusted events for fun-filled team bonding.
- Trusted team building sessions in Sydney
- Fun, inclusive & immersive events
- Fast tailored proposals
- Suitable for all budgets (from $30 pp) & team sizes
- Flexible event dates & times - change last minute free of charge
Activities that get your teams working together.
- Trails of clues that lead teams through the secrets of Sydney
- Solve challenges & snap photos to top the leaderboard
- Make it yours with a bespoke hunt - from your office, add pub-stops, a restaurant, other activities...
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- Our hunts are suitable for all ages & abilities.
- We'll get your event created, setup, venue found & teams prepped to go.
- We guarantee you'll all have an amazing team day with us.
Interactive hunt experiences
- Help your team re-discover Sydney, the city they thought they knew.
- Optional breaks in bars/pubs/cafes along the way, great for teams to overlap and share experiences.
- Low maintenance for event planners, high fun-levels for teams.
- Receive snippets of history, quirky facts and intriguing stories about the areas you visit.
- Pub/cafe breaks along your hunt, all totally optional and some with discounts on food & drinks.
- Make memories at locations along the way, get inspiration from previous teams and share a clever snap!
- Go at your own pace or go for top spot on the game leaderboard.
How does it work?
1.Gather at the start zone
- All teams need to start in one of the start zones on the map.
2.Grab a team snap
- Pose for a great team selfie and show off that team spirit!
- When the clock hits the start time, they're off! Teams check-in at the start zone before they set off.
4.Points mean prizes
- Markers across the map are valued at different scores, teams choose a route and unlock the points as they go.
- Fancy a scheduled meet up in a pub or cafe break along the way, no problem!
- Teams check-in at the finish zone before the time reaches zero. Team with the most points are crowned the winners.
Team Building Activity Sydney Reviews
The great things our customers have to say about CityDays Team Building Activities Sydney
Carolines over 50's Club
Fantastic trail , really enjoyed 10/10
Amazing experience. Great ways to show little nooks and crannies you would otherwise miss. Really fun clues. Would full…
Beautiful experience, group absolutely loved it. Great history and storyline, only thing is that there could’ve been mo…
Had a fantastic day out! We loved the clues and they were the right level of difficulty for the whole family - age 11+.
The Ginger & the Gay
David and I had the BEST day exploring York, solving the clues, and had such a wonderful time over the whole day. What…
Had a great day out in London doing the outdoor escape room, I have been round London hundreds of times but found areas…
Shell and Phil
Brilliant clues and a great way to see the city. We will be looking to see which other cities we can do this in!
We had a great few hours following the clues and exploring a part of London. Definitely tested the brain cells! Loved i…
Brains and Whiston
Was a intresting and fun filled day 😁. FromBrains & whiston
A fantastic day out finding new places and spotting things you would normally just walk by! Highly recommend this activ…
Great for getting out and seeing parts of the city you wouldn't other wise see. Plenty of places for food and drink on …
Wiggins and Simpsons
Such a great time. We had an amazing afternoon, and enjoyed all the stops along the way!!
Great way to explore London. Even if you live here you will discover hidden gems and lots of fun facts
Rescue Aid Society
Fantastic day out! Wet and windy, but helped us see a city we are familiar with in a whole different light! Great fun!
Very fun to see some areas where we've never been! Good riddles, not too hard but not too easy.
It was fantastic! Really interesting clues and made me see my home town in a new way - looking for our next one!
It was really excellent experience. We saw lots of places we had never seen and enjoyed the challenge of the clues. We …
A and L
We loved the tour! Made us think, tired us out and was great fun! Thank you
What an excellent way to explore Bath. We had great fun following the clues and finding all about the city. Brilliant w…
Was a fantastic day out! Cannot fault it. Got us thinking, was the right level of challenge, and took us to some beauti…
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At CityDays, we’re passionate about helping people rediscover their city: whether they live or work there or they’re just passing through. And for businesses like yours, we kick it up a notch.
Whether your business is the new kid on the block or a globally recognised brand, we have team building activities in Sydney that will totally change the game. Turn your colleagues into code-cracking detectives, immerse them in Sydney’s vibrant culture and history and watch as they cooperatively hunt down Sydney’s secrets.
Want to find out more? Read on to discover more about our unrivalled Sydney team building activities.
The Best Team Building Activities in Sydney
CityDays’ guide to booking the best team building activities in Sydney, including outdoor team building activities in Sydney, corporate team building activities and much, much more!
1 Go On a Sydney Scavenger Hunt
One of the best team building activities in Sydney for big and small businesses alike, a scavenger hunt through Sydney CBD ticks all the boxes.
Not only does it allow your employees to stretch their legs (did you know that walking can increase productivity by up to 50%?), it also requires equal participation from all team members to achieve their collective goal.
Watch as your teams disperse into Sydney CBD or a district of your choice on the prowl for clues, riddles and cryptic puzzles and be amazed when they return with hilarious photos, nuggets of trivia and improved relationships.
From picking team names to racing against the clock, the teams have plenty of opportunity to show some creative flair and powers of deduction. Let them loose and see what happens!
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2 Go On a Sydney Treasure Hunt in Search of Urban Bounty
If the pirate’s life is more for you, check out our Sydney treasure hunts.
Send your workmates on a quest for knowledge (or the pub!) with one of our masterfully-crafted treasure hunts. Set in a suburb of your choice, your teams will race against the clock to answer clues, unravel riddles and solve puzzles.
They’ll have nothing but each other, some competitive spirit and clues sent to their phones to help them navigate their way, so cooperation and collaboration is key.
PSST: Got a special end venue in mind? Tell us! We’re always up for the challenge of curating a trail with specific requirements. We can even start or end at your office if you want. Just send us a message with your requests and we’ll see what we can do!
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3 Go On a Secret Sydney Walking Tour
Did you know that around 250 languages are spoken in Sydney every single day and 39.2% of its residents were born overseas?
Chances are, your coworkers have links to every corner of the Earth. One thing you all have in common? Living in one of the most diverse and beautiful cities in the world.
Release your colleagues from their hunched positions at their desks and give them a chance to rediscover their city their own way by undertaking a self-guided Sydney walking tour together. Players will answer riddles and clues to navigate them around a chosen route that unravels Sydney’s many mysteries, beauty spots and best-kept secrets.
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4 Become Sydney Sleuths By Solving a Murder Mystery
Get creative with your corporate team building activities in Sydney with a murder mystery right in the heart of the CBD.
For one day only, strip your IT department, interns, assistant managers and everyone in between of their roles and transform them into daytime detectives by undertaking a classic murder mystery – with a twist.
Our murder mystery trails have been masterfully designed to give your teams the ability to chase ‘suspicious persons of interest’ and find out ‘whodunnit’. By using their cunning wit and guile, they’ll have to use clues and react in real-time to mysterious events unfolding in front of them. Will they catch the killer? We’ll find out when we look at the leaderboard…
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5 Play an Exploration Game Through Sydney CBD
You walk down the same streets every day, park your car in the same spot (or try to, at least) or get off the bus at the same stop to go to work. But what about all the stuff you’ve missed?
It could be a plaque, sculpture, a piece of street art or even the secret history of a streetlamp, but the only way you’ll find out just how incredible your Sydney suburb is will be booking an Urban Adventure with us.
Spill the tea and let your colleagues in on the secrets as you disperse in teams around Sydney on the hunt for secrets, uncovering hidden gems and incredible landmarks along the way.
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Unusual Facts About Sydney
While your business is busy delivering quality products and services in your unique area of expertise, we’re busy crafting trails and games that bring people together, challenge them, teach them a thing or two, and of course, allow them to have fun.
Our team building activities in Sydney are designed to do all of those things and take the pressure off of you, the organiser. Because that’s what we do.
We’ve helped numerous Sydney businesses craft their perfect team building days, and if you want a sneak peek at the effort we go into to do it, check out these unusual facts about Sydney…
1 Australia’s Oldest Road is George Street
A dirt road track established in 1788, George Street has been in operation since colonisation.
It’s also home to Sydney’s only remaining Victorian-era urinal, an ornately designed cast iron piece of street furniture that originally stood at Observatory Hill.
2 Sydney Town Hall is Built Above The City’s First Burial Ground
Around 2000+ people (convicts and free settlers alike) were buried there between 1792 and 1820 when it was deemed full. From then on, bodies were buried at Brickfield Cemetery, which we now call Central Railway Station.
3 Defunct Australian One and Two Cent Coins Were Used in Bronze Medals at The Sydney 2000 Olympics
When one and two cent coins were taken out of circulation in 1991, they were melted down and repurposed as Olympic bronze medals - 17 of which were won by Aussie athletes!
In case you’re wondering (or can’t remember, it was a while ago!) Australia came fourth in the overall tally of medals at the end of Sydney 2000.
4 Barangaroo’s Ashes Were Scattered At What Is Now Circular Quay
As a Cammeraygal leader of the Eora Nation, Barangaroo was a powerful Aboriginal woman who was outspoken against early British colonists.
When she died in 1791, following a traditional cremation ceremony, her husband Bennelong scattered her ashes at Governor Phillip’s Garden - nowadays known as Circular Quay - which is sandwiched between Barangaroo and Bennelong Point.