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Are you visiting Sydney for just 5 Days? Here is a Trip Itinerary on what to do and see during your stay.

 

Day 1

 

On Day 1 visit in this order these sides:

 

Hyde Park

 

Hyde Park Barracks Museum

Macquarie St

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 8239 2311

Admission is AUD7 for Adults, AUD3 children, concession AUD3 and family AUD17.

 

Anzac War Memorial

 

Sydney Opera House

Bennelong Point

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9250 7111

Cost: Adult AUD22; Seniors/Students/16 & Under AUD16.

 

Walk from the Opera House to the Botanic Gardens

 

Royal Botanic Gardens

Mrs Macquarie's Road

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9231 8111

Admission is free.

 

Parliament House

Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9230 2111

Admission is free.

 

Government House

Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9931 5222

Admission is free.

 

Old Government House

Pitt Street and Macquarie Street

Sydney, NSW 2150

Phone: +61 (0)2 9635 8149

Admission: Adults AUD6; children AUD4; concession AUD4; family AUD15.

 

St James' Church

173 King Street

Sydney, NS 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9232 3022

Admission is free.

 

 

Day 2

On Day 2 visit in this order these sides:

 

Sydney Aquarium

Aquarium Pier

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 8251 7800

 

Chinese Garden of Friendship

Pier St

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9281 6863

Admission: AUD6 Adults; AUD3 children (under 15 years) and concessions; AUD15 family (2 adults, 2 children).

 

Sydney Fish Market

Locked Bag 247, Bank Street

Sydney, NSW 2009

Phone: +61 (0)2 9004 1100

 

Powerhouse Museum

500 Harris St

Sydney, NSW 2007

Phone: +61 (0)2 9217 0111

Admission: adults AUD10; children (5-15) AUD5; family AUD25.

 

Sydney Observatory

Watsons Road

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9241 3767

 

AMP Tower (Centrepoint)

100 Market St

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9231 1000

Free guided tours

Lunch out on the view, in the a la carte or buffet-style revolving restaurant.

 

Circular Quay

(The Rocks Visitors Centre)

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9255 1788

Do a ferry trip from beneath the Harbor bridge.

 

Darling Harbor and Haymarket

From Darling Harbor round to Dixon, Hay and Sussex Streets

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9240 8500

 

Customs House

31 Alfred St

Sydney, FL 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9242 8595

Many of the exhibitions are free though some may have a small charge.

Musical performances are usually around AUD10.

 

Shark Island

Administration: Sydney Harbor National Park Information Service

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9247 5033

Bookings essential. Cost: AUD5 per person for picnics; AUD3,300 for exclusive hire.

 

Fort Denison

Sydney Harbor

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9247 5033

Bookings essential. Cost:Fort Denison Heritage Adults AUD22; children AUD18.

 

Do a Harbor Bridge Climb

BridgeClimb

5 Cumberland Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 8274 7777

Booking recommended.

 

Sydney Harbor Bridge Pylon Lookout

Entrance to Pylon via Cumberland St

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9240 1100

Admission: Adults AUD8.50; children (8-12) AUD3.

 

Milsons Point

Broughton Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Phone: +61 (0)2 9331 4045 (Tourist Information)

Milson's Point is a "must see". Not only can you compose some truly artistic shots of the bridge's steel girders and webbed ironwork, as the trains rattle overhead, but both lookouts have dress-circle views of the Opera House.

 

Take a ride on the Monorail - Metro Transport

190 Pyrmont Street

Sydney, NSW 2009

Phone: +61 (0)2 8584 5250

Trains run every five minutes.

The seven stops are Convention, Haymarket, World Square, Park Plaza, City Centre, Harborside, and Darling Park.

 

Centennial Park

Between Oxford St & Alison Rd

Sydney, NS 2021

Phone: +61 (0)2 9339 6699

Admission is free.

 

Aussie Stadium

Moore Park

Sydney, NSW 2021

Phone: +61 (0)2 9360 6601

 

Millers Point

Millers Point

Sydney, NSW 2000

 

 

Day 3

On Day 3 visit in this order these sides:

 

Blues Point Reserve

Corner Blues Point Road and Henry Lawson Drive

Sydney, NSW

Phone: +61 (0)2 9255 1788

 

Taronga Zoo

Bradley's Head Rd

Sydney, NSW 2088

Phone: +61 (0)2 9969 2777

Entry fees: Adults AUD30, Children (4-15) AUD16.50, Children under 4 free, Seniors/Pensioners/Students AUD21, Family (2 adults, 2 children) AUD79.

 

Walk from Taronga Zoo to Bradleys Head

Bradleys Head Road

Sydney, NSW

 

Balmoral Beach

The Esplanade, Balmoral

Sydney, NSW 2088

Very limited car parking available is available.

 

The Spit

Spit Bridge Road

Sydney, NSW

The Spit Bridge Road crosses the narrowest section of Middle Harbor and is a great way to view the suburbs of Balgowlah Heights, Clontarf, Beauty Point, Fairlight, and Manly.

 

Walk from Spit Bridge to Manly

Begin at the North end of Spit Bridge

Sydney, NSW

Allow at least five hours to reach Manly - take plenty of water with you - and enjoy a ferry ride back to Circular Quay.

 

Manly Beach

Steyne Street

Sydney, NSW 1655

 

Do a Quarantine Station Ghost Tour

Spring Cove, North Head Scenic Drive

Sydney, NSW 2095

Phone: +61 (0)2 9977 6522

Bookings essential. Cost: AUD22 includes tour and supper.

 

Day 4

On Day 4 visit in this order these sides:

 

The Gap

Watsons Bay

Sydney, NSW 2030

 

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach

Sydney, NSW 2026

Phone: +61 (0)2 9130 5311 (Bondi Visitors Information Centre)

 

Walk from Bondi to Bronte

Start from Bondi Icebergs Club

Sydney, 62330

The concrete pathway leads first to Tamarama Beach, and then onto Bronte Beach.

Catch a bus No. 380 back to the city.

 

Tamarama Beach

Dellview Street

Sydney, NSW 2026

Phone: +61 (0)2 9300 9056 (Beach Inspector)

Three inspectors patrol the beach daily between October and May (9am-7pm) and volunteer lifesavers are also on duty at the weekend and public holidays (Summer only).

Very limited car parking is available.

 

Coogee Beach

Arden Street

Sydney, NSW 2034

Phone: +61 (0)2 9665 0468 (Beach Inspector)

Two inspectors patrol the beach daily from 7am-7pm (Summer) and 9am-5pm (Winter); volunteer lifesavers are also on duty at the weekend and public holidays (Summer only).

Limited, free parking at the northern end.

 

Bare Island Fort

National Parks and Wildlife Service, Anzac Parade

Sydney, NSW 2036

Phone: +61 (0)2 9247 5033

Featured as a setting in the film, Mission Impossible II.

 

 

Day 5

On Day 5 visit in this order these sides:

Walk from Barrenjoey Lighthouse to Palm Beach

Start at The Spit

Sydney, NSW

Phone: +61 (0)2 9977 1088 (Manly Visitor Information Bureau)

Allow at least three hours for this walk.

To return to the city catch Bus No. 190 from Ocean Place.

 

Palm Beach

Ocean Road

Sydney, NSW 2108

Two beach inspectors patrol the beach from the September school holidays until the Anzac Day weekend (8am-5pm Non-Daylight Saving, 8am-6pm Daylight Saving). Volunteer lifesavers are also on duty at weekends and public holidays.

Very Limited car parking is available.

 

Whale Beach

Barrenjoey Road

Sydney, NSW 2107

Two beach inspectors patrol the beach from the September school holidays until the Anzac Day weekend (8a-5p Non-Daylight Saving, 8a-6p Daylight Saving). Volunteer lifesavers are also on duty at weekends and public holidays (Summer only).

 

Newport Beach

Barrenjoey Road

Sydney, NSW 2106

Two beach inspectors patrol the beach from the September school holidays until the Anzac Day weekend (8am-5pm Non-Daylight Saving, 8am-6pm Daylight Saving). Volunteer lifesavers are also on duty at weekends and public holidays (Summer only).

Parking: AUD4 Mon-Fri; AUD8 Sat-Sun and Public Holidays.









                                     

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