Travel Itinerary – 2 Days in Sidney


Sidney is a vibrant and beautiful city. It is home to galleries, museums, top-quality restaurants, famous landmarks, and appealing beaches.

  • Arriving Sidney
    Sydney Airport, located about 10 km (6 miles) to the city’s south, is the principal entry point. You can take trains, buses, or taxis to get to the city’s central area.
  • Moving On
    The trip from Sydney to Melbourne takes less than 9 hours. The flight time is 35 minutes and 1 hour. If you’ve a lot of spare time, you can also take a train.
    To get to Canberra from Sydney, the journey takes about 3 hours in a car, less than an hour via plane, and less than 4 hours via train.

Day 1. Sidney Tour


A few days in the city will allow you plenty of time to see the major attractions. On the first day, go to the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Don’t miss its collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art on display. Then, stroll through The Royal Botanic Gardens, a serene oasis with a huge assortment of trees and plants.

Continue past the Sydney Opera House to Circular Quay. There are a variety of restaurants around the area, including The Rocks and beyond the Overseas Passenger Terminal.


Take a tour of The Sydney Opera House or visit the Museum of Contemporary Art, which offers a fantastic view from the cafe. If you’re feeling fit, take a walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge or challenge yourself to climb the Bridge. Take a tour of the Rocks and then stay there for a meal.

Day 2. Sidney Tour


Take a ferry ride from Circular Quay to one of Sydney’s numerous harbor bays, coves, and beach areas. Take going to Manly in the area, where you can take a dip in the ocean and relax in a cafe or learn how to surf. You can then take the ferry back or walk over to Spit Bridge before hopping on the coach for a ride to Sydney Town Hall.


If you’re an avid buyer, you should head to George Street and visit the Queen Victoria Building, along with the Westfield Sydney shopping center, which houses major department stores like David Jones and Myer.

If relaxing in lush surroundings is more appealing, lie on the grass of Hyde Park after checking out the Anzac Memorial or stroll towards Darling Harbour.

Enjoy a cup of tea in the serene atmosphere at the Chinese Garden, then visit the fascinating, engaging the Powerhouse Museum.

If you are looking for a restaurant, go to one in Chinatown for dinner, or if you are looking to pamper yourself, take a look at the restaurant of Sydney Tower.

If you still have energy left, go to Darlinghurst to look at Sydney’s small bars before strolling down the famous King’s Cross strip.

JC. Princen

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