The Final Sydney Bucketlist! // SYDNEY TRAVEL GUIDE

The Ultimate Sydney Bucketlist! // SYDNEY TRAVEL GUIDE

Welcome to my final Sydney bucketlist! On this video I share my Sydney journey information for out of doors actions, seashores, eating places and bars, and excursions. When you’ve got any suggestions for individuals visiting Sydney depart them within the feedback beneath!





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42 thoughts on “The Final Sydney Bucketlist! // SYDNEY TRAVEL GUIDE

  1. Adrienne Hunt says:

    Manly is classified as a "Northern Beach" and is close to Sydney's CBD, but for stunning beaches don't miss a short bus trip up the coast (in Sydney's north) to The Northern Beaches like Palm Beach, Newport, Mona Vale etc and stunning coastal bush walks around Broken Bay. If swimming in open ocean isn't your thing you may be more comfortable in the many Oceanside pools. Sydney's beaches are patrolled for swimmer's safety and remember to swim between the flags.

    Lots of wonderful bush walks in northern Sydney's Ku-ring-gai National Park and Garigal National Park. Also Royal National Park in Sydney's south.

    The bush walks in The Blue Mountains west of Sydney are easy to get to either by car, bus or train. A day's trip is fine, but once there you'll probably want to stay longer as the scenery is beautiful and unique.

  2. GIRLonSHOE says:

    Open Air Cinema – is a seasonal outdoor cinema. The one in Sydney is on the harbor. Projector out of the water, with fixed seats in a large stadium. Beautiful… with opera house and skyline in the backdrop.

  3. Tom mm. says:

    As an Aussie/sydney sider , If you are a tourist, my advice is hop on the next flight to Queensland or Perth lol… And Bondi is a dump, can't remember how many times ive seen fights break out on that beach lol

  4. Tony Collins says:

    Thanks for sharing Lauren. I would recommend also, to take in a sweeping view of it all from Sydney Tower above the Centrepoint complex in the heart of the city. Regards from Tony, Sydney , Australia.

  5. Master Chief says:

    Thanks for the video & advice I've been waiting to go to Sydney!

    0:47 Opera House and Harbour bridge
    1:03 Opera Bar and Squire Landing
    1:24 Bondi Beach
    2:04 Icebergs at Bondi $7
    2:47 Coogee to Bondi Beach walk 401k
    3:05 Bronte Beach
    3:11 Coogee to Bondi Beach walk 4.4km
    3:35 Watson's Bay Walk
    3:41 Spit to Manly Walk
    3:52 Cruise of the Sydney Harbour
    4:20 On a Budget cheapskates – The Ferry from Circular Quay to Manly

    4:41 Brunch at Harry Potter's Bondi
    4:52 Bill's if your wealthy… if you live near Vaucluse not just renting
    4:57 Dinner at Wooloomooloo Wharf
    5:03 Otto Ristorante
    5:04 China Doll
    5:05 Criniti's
    5:06 Chin Chin
    5:08 Mister Wong in the City
    5:17 Indie Newtown
    5:22 Italian Bowl Pasta! Pizza!
    6:04 Bangkok Bites *Cheapskates
    6:23 Manly Beach or Balmoral
    6:54 Taronga Zoo!

    Recommendations *Peoples Choice Awards
    7:25 Koi Dessert Bar
    7:27 Moonlight Cinema *only in Summer

    More attraction/food
    8:00 Hyde Park CBD & Museums
    8:17 Rent-a-boat
    8:43 Watson's Bay Boutique Hotel
    8:46 Slim's Rooftop
    8:56 THE GROUNDS OF ALEXANDRIA *Most favourite and starred in the movie Troy with B Pitt

    Thanks again!

  6. Lynna Catherine says:

    Hi Lauren =) Thanks for the video as it really gives us an idea where to visit when we're in Sydney. I know this is a pretty odd question and hope you don't mind but I was just wondering if for 2 people, visiting for 6D5N, is 1.2k AUD sufficient? Flight and accommodation has been settled so the 1.2k is just for spending (food etc etc).

  7. Gregor Kaufmann says:

    I’ve lived in Sydney for a while now and what she’s saying about Bondi is absolutely not true. Bondi is not a pretty beach and it’s super crowded. There’s much much nicer options. You should go see Bondi and then do the 15 minute walk to Tamarama beach. Less people and more beautiful rock formations

  8. I says:

    While you mentioned a lot of great things I think your recommendations are very beach/coast focused other than the restaurants you listed. Theres lots more to see in Newtown (which to me isn't just a side note but deserves a full chapter), Marrickville, Glebe, Paddington, Surry Hills (!!!), weekend markets, great secluded beaches (within the harbour- not just coastal ones), historic Balmain (+Dawn Fraser Pools), not to mention other CBD attractions such as The Rocks, Art Gallery of NSW, the QVB, Strand Arcade, China Town, Darling Harbour, etc etc. 🙂

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