5 mentions in Must sees and dos in Sydney within 3 days.
Klaudia C. said, "...what you like to do when travel. What your passion points are . All the usual suspects need ticking off like Sydney Opera House enjoy it and the view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with the locals & tourist whilst having a drink..." See More
Cameron S. said, "...makes it worthwhile. Bondi Beach is also nearby. A quick transfer on a bus and you're ready to build a tan. Sydney Opera House is another must see and tours go through the building daily. Although, I recommend spending a little and seeing..." See More
Angeline M. said, "...Maybe they have for 3-day pass. 3 days in sydney: day 1 To Darling Harbour take ferry to Circular Quay see Sydney Opera House walk around The Botanical Gardens to The Rocks walk accross the Sydney Harbour Bridge and see Sydney from the..." See More
David R. said, "...also a free green bus that does a loop of the city. Get yourself down to Circular Quay to see the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Take a ferry to Manly (and back to the city). A trip to the Blue..." See More
giulia z. said, "...the docks. If you like the walk you can reach in 40 minutes the most recognized place in Sydney with the Sydney Opera House and The Rocks (you can also take a tram over the bridge). Stay there till the sunset, drink a..." See More
Helen B. said, "...from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour and back, which will take you right under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and near the Sydney Opera House. It's a cheap and relaxing way to see the city. 2) Sea Life Sydney Aquarium (Darling Harbour) is..." See More
Alica B. said, "...Its a great idea. In order to visit Sydney, you can visit beautiful Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge side sights, city parks, Mardi Grass, and last but not the least Sydney Tower...." See More
3 mentions in First Trip to Sydney, 8 days, what should i do?
Bruce J. said, "...of Sydney Harbour (cost is minimal and view is great) and also do Bridge Climb. 2. Do a tour around the Sydney Opera House. You can see a show there as well. 3. Ferry ride to Manly. Walk around to Shelly Beach...." See More
Peter C. said, "...off most of what town has to offer fairly efficiently. The Rocks, Royal Botanic Gardens, Oaks Hyde Park Plaza, Circular Quay, Sydney Opera House, Barangaroo Maybe do a bit of shopping -- If you want the upmarket stores head for town, but..." See More
Lorraine M. said, "...Sydney now with great restaurants, bars, etc. Take ferry to Manly-you may see the tiny penguins if you're lucky. Taronga Zoo. Sydney Opera House Opera House. Viewing platform of Sydney Tower for views. Shop in the Queen Victoria Building.Do a Sydney Harbour cruise-Fantasea..." See More
Craig L. said, "...over the past few years. The centre of Melbourne is generally safe but doesn’t have a natural centre to rival the Sydney Opera House in Sydney. For a hotel, I would consider South Yarra or Prahran – which are lively up-market suburbs about..." See More
Sophy M. said, "...depends what your goal is. Cafes are a big thing, great coffee, climb the Sydney Harbour, catch a show at the Sydney Opera House, visit the rocks. Walk thru botanical gardens and down to lady Macquarie chair. We probably have the most..." See More
Gavin N. said, "...can afford it. It is a historic part of Sydney and within walking distance to all the sites - Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House, and so on. Very close to the Ferries to Manly across the Harbour. Great location...." See More
2 mentions in Best outdoor activities in Sydney?
Chintan M. said, "...Hey Catherine, there are lot of activities to do in Sydney starting from Sydney Opera House tour, Sydney Harbour climbing, tall ship experience etc. I would definitely go for bridge climbing, check this link to check some of the activities out their in..." See More
Valerie F. said, "...Lucky you! I love Sydney and miss it! Here are some fun outdoor activities: Bondi to Coogee Beach coastal beach walkThe Sydney Opera House to the Royal Botanic GardensI'm Free Tours of Sydney (free walking tour of downtown, the harbour and the rocks)Swimming..." See More
2 mentions in Solo travel in Melbourne or Sydney?
Chris L. said, "...recommend Sydney for a short stay it has all the big attractions that can be covered in a day Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach. http://www.sydney.com/ Melbourne (where I live) is great and I prefer it over Sydney, but there aren't..." See More
Anthony A. said, "...of those uber touristy things. There is no denying that the Sydney harbour is beautiful and picturesque. Landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bondi Beach make for amazing photo opportunities. If that is up your alley I would definitely..." See More
2 mentions in Mainstream attractions in Sydney -- not my choice ;)
2 mentions in Where to take parents around Sydney?
Brad W. said, "...two and just paddle out there. When you get past the point, you'll see unbeatable views of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House from your own little spot on the water. You can only get vistas like this if you own one..." See More
Grant J. said, "...gardens to Mrs Macquaries Chair (past the Gardens café for ice cream etc if before 4pm) then walk waterfront around to Sydney Opera House then stop at Opera Bar, Oyster Bar etc for drink. Free tour of the Rocks at 6pm (meet the..." See More
1 mention in Best free things to do in Sydney?
1 mention in Best 3 Day Adventure Itinerary in Sydney
1 mention in NYE in Sydney
1 mention in Best sunrise in the world?
1 mention in What do I need to know about Aussie culture?
1 mention in If money were no object, where would you go?
1 mention in What's the most beautiful building you've ever seen?
1 mention in Best Things to visit in Australia ?
1 mention in Best hikes in/around Sydney?
1 mention in Please help with 14 days itinerary in Australia
Looking for What To Do in Sydney? Free Sydney Walking Tour with PDF.
Caroline in the City Guide to Sydney
Free Walking Tour of Sydney’s CBD
Free Sydney Walking Tour with PDF
Five Ways to Make Your Vacation Photos Interesting
Wednesday Wanderlust: Sydney