April 03 2017
A week is the perfect amount of time in Sydney. Not only will you be able to explore the city’s main attractions, but you’ll also scratch beneath the surface and discover a bit more of the real Sydney. This itinerary has been created to offer you a great blend of iconic sites, fun, culture, and nature. However, it’s easy to build it the way you want using our Sydney Trip Planner.
Day 1, Monday. Lets kick off our seven days in Sydney. Your first day focuses on exploring the city, seeing some of it’s main sights and just getting a general feel.
There is a lot of walking involved in Day 1, so if you’d rather take it a bit easier then consider grabbing some tickets for the Hop on Hop off Tour Bus. The on-board commentary is good, there are plenty of great stops to get off at and you will be able to see all the main sites from the comfort of a bus.
Your second day has to be a beach day! I’m going to discuss two good options, and if you like them both a lot you can always trade them for one of the other days.
This option focuses on Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach.
This option focus’s on Manly beach.
If you get back to Sydney and still have some energy left over, this is a good time to squeeze in one of the recommended attractions from below, perhaps a museum?
Its time to take in some culture and also have a bit of fun.
Take a picnic basket with you and enjoy it in Sydney’s Royal Botanical Gardens.
Now that you have spent 3 days in Sydney, it’s time to get out of town for a day. Ideally you will have a car for this but it is doable with public transport.
It’s time for the famous Taronga Zoo!
It’s a Friday Night! You are close to both the city and darling harbour, why not go and enjoy a few drinks? Newtown is also an epic place worth traveling to if you’re looking for something that’s more of locals choice. A few good night clubs include Ivy new Wynyard station and Argyle in The Rocks.
Lets dig a little deeper into what Sydney has to offer!
For Sunday, I’ll give you 2 options to choose from as they are quite different.
You likely had a late one Saturday night, so lets start this day a bit more relaxed. This option focuses around the Le Perouse Snake Show, in my opinion a must!
If a snake show doesn’t appeal to you, here’s a great alternative.
Hopefully this has given you some inspiration, I suggest using our Sydney Trip Planner, simply select your dates and the attractions you want to see and then let Traveloris turn it into the perfect trip for you.
Ít’s easy to spend a lot of money in Sydney, based on the attraction you choose, the iVenture Pass may be a more affordable option and give you extra flexibility to change things on the run. If you plan your trip with Traveloris, then when you get to the itinerary page it will calculate if you can save money with the iVenture pass.
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