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Stephan Zacharias

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Must sees and dos in Sydney within 3 days.

My girlfriend and I will be staying in Sydney for full three days, from Mar. 9 to Mar. 12 2014.

What are must sees and dos in the city (is the Hop-On-Hop-Off bus tour worth its money?) and around it (Blue Mountains?)?

Do you know any good travel agencies you could recommend for booking tours on site.

Thank you!

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  • Klaudia Choluj Liubinskas

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    It all really depends 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 at the Opera Bar . Walk around to the The Rocks and have a beer at The Glenmore Rooftop Hotel . Walk up to their rooftop terrace and enjoy the view. Around the corner is The Australian Heritage Hotel where you can grab a kangaroo or crocodile pizza . If you are brave do the Harbour Bridge Climb . A less known area is Walsh Bay 10 min walk from The Rocks , one of my favourites and not filled with tourists. there is a lovely Italian there called Ventuno grab a table outside by the water, it's not far from the Sydney Theatre Company . the best way of seeing sydney is from the water , skip the pricey boat tours and just grab a ferry from Circular Quay to the wonderful Manly . Make sure to grab fish & chips and eat it on the beach And a drink at the Manly Wharf Bar . If you decide to go early breakfast is fantastic by the shore . Ignore the food on the promenade just pop into one of the cafés beach side. if you like museums and galleries my favourite are Art Gallery of Nsw , go for a stroll through the botanical gardens pre or after. Museum of Contemporary Art is had a huge revamp and is a real treat. Some other great places and experiences are a trip to Balmoral Beach , The Bathers' Pavilion is a great institution, do the walk to chowder bay for great views. Chinatown try a lunch yum cha with a million of wonderful trolleys filled with dumplings . Shopping is great around Paddington , and make sure to spend a little time in Surry Hills . The cbd in Sydney on the weekends is pretty quite. I think that might be plenty for 3 days but if you need more or if you let me know what things you enjoy I can give you more options .

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      All I have to say is I was sold at crocodile or kangaroo pizza. Doesn't sound tasty, but definitely on my bucket list of foods to try in Australia! · (3 likelikes)

    • Courtney R.

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      What an amazing answer!!! · (2 likelikes)

    • Stephan Z.

      Stephan Z.

      Thank you for that great advice, Klaudia! · (1 likelikes)

    • Junwei H.

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      Awesome list, thanks :) · (0 likelikes)

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  • Cameron Stark

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    Stephan,

    Sydney is full of great things to see and do. The Sydney Harbour Bridge walk is a lot of fun. Albeit a little pricy, the view, the history and the amusing guides 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 a show there, if you can. The Sydney Observatory is another wonderful place to walk around and take in the sights Sydney has to offer. I also loved walking around Circular Quay, as there were some great coffee/juice shops, bars and restaurants. Enjoy!

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      Hi Cameron! Thank you a lot! · (1 likelikes)

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  • Shane Dooly

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    Hi Stephan,

    Yes I would highly recommend the Blue Mountains - A little further north of Sydney perhaps you can incorporate a trip into the Hunter Valley for some excellent wineries specialising in Shiraz. In the city you have to visit Darling Harbour area including the opera house and one of my favorites the Royal Botanic Gardens - all very close to one another. Finally for a beach day you have to take a trip on the ferry (from close to the opera house) out to Manly Beach. Fantastic views of all the main selling points of sydney and the beach itself is the best in sydney - lots of clean surf, good sands and if you walk to the far right of the main beach you come to Shelly beach which is really secluded and great for snorkeling/diving.

    Hope this helps, have a great trip!!

    Shane

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      Thank you very much, Shane! · (0 likelikes)

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      I did it all, but didn't make it to Hunter Valley · (0 likelikes)

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  • Angeline Mels

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    I used 'MyMulti' Sydney transport pass that allowed me to take bus and ferry as many as I want to within a week. You can ask for it at 7-11 convenient store. 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 other side. Have nice dinner there or back to Circular Quay.

    The Rocksimage from pleasetakemeto.com


    day 2 To Blue Mountains you can have the whole day here, exploring different spots. You can use hop-on-off bus but may take long to wait, or just walk.

    Blue Mountains


    day 3 Do Coastal walk from Coogee Beach to Bondi Beach or the other way around. It's already half day activity, stopping at different beaches for some dipping or lunch or just picnic.Coogee Beach End it with a nice dinner at Bondi :)


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      Thank you very much for your advice! · (0 likelikes)

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    Hop-on-hop-off is good - there 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 Mountains is a full day trip - but well worth it to get out of Sydney into the bush.

    Can't recommend any tour groups - sorry!

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