As a traveler, pretty sure that you would love to go around the world, even just for a short time. At least, you can say that you have gone to different countries and have been to different tourist spots in the world. It could have been better, if you can find time to visit Australia, especially in Sydney. We all know that everything in Sydney is expensive, but coming here in just a few days would surely be a memorable one.
Let’s say that you were only given three days to move around Sydney. I’m sure you will find it too shortly after this short trip. But, this would surely be a reason for you to come back again to Sydney. Do you know that even if you were only given 3 days to visit Sydney, you can do a lot of things and you can go to different spots here?
In those 3 days, you need to make sure that you will know where the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Bondi, Bronte and Hunter Valley are. You can always go anywhere in Sydney by bus, train, taxi or private car. Anyway, just choose any mode of transportation that would be very convenient and comfortable for you. The city is populated and crowded, so expect to see people coming from all corners and streets.
On your first day
Make sure to wake up early and climb up the Sydney Harbour Bridge because this is an ideal spot for the sun rise. This bridge is 440 feet or 134 meters above the sea level. You can find laneways of cobblestones nearby from the Rocks. This is a great way for you to learn a bit of Sydney’s history. You can also find a market here on the weekends, where you can see a showcase of handmade jewelries as well as original artworks. From here, you will reach the Circular Quay, where you can find the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Just stroll around and you will reach the Art Gallery of New South Wales, where you can find the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander masterpiece. After this, why don’t you spend the evening at the Sydney Theatre Company in Walsh Bay and have some drink at the Theatre Bar.
On you second day
If you feel like swimming or even have a surfing lesson, then come to the Bondi Beach. You may also find some shops along the Gould Street for fashion clothes. This would be fun, right?
You may also go to the Surry Hills and Paddington, walk along the Oxford Street for more fashion ideas.
On your third day
You may go to the finest wineries in Australia, such as Lovedale and Shiraz. Take some of your time to have a cooking class.
End the tour by visiting the Hunter Valley for different activities. They have here golf courses, hot air balloon and horse riding.
If you still have time, then roam along the Bushwalk at Yengo National Park, heritage sites, galleries, antiques as well as historic villages.