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Got 48 Hours in Sydney? Here are 4 Things You Should Do

While Sydney takes a long time to fully experience, if you only have a short amount of time, there are ways to squeeze in as many activities as possible. For example, if you’re visiting for a weekend, you can still fit a lot into your itinerary, and here are some of the most important things to do when you visit Sydney.

  1. Take a hop-on hop-off bus tour

Need to see a lot in a short space of time? Walking isn’t the quickest way to get around, so consider booking a ticket on a hop-on hop-off bus tour. These buses go between tourist attractions and tend to run all day, so it’s easy to get from place to place.

  1. Get out on the water

From Sydney’s Harbour, you can take a number of different boat trips, and many of them have impressive views of the city. You can also see some of Australia’s most amazing sea creatures. During the summer months, Sydney whale watching is one of the best activities you can do in the city, and you’ll get some great photos.

  1. Visit some of Sydney’s best restaurants

Sydney is a great place for fine dining, as well as being home to lots of food trucks, casual establishments and much more. It’s worth booking some of the more popular establishments well in advance, although if you prefer a more laidback trip, simply strolling around the streets will help you find somewhere suitable.

  1. Try some water sports

Sydney is a great place to try some water sports, with beaches just minutes from the centre and lots of beautiful coastline. You could try:

  • Sailing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming
  • Kayaking

While you’re close to the city, when you explore the coast, it’s surprisingly peaceful and many of the beaches don’t get too busy.

If you don’t have much time to spend in Sydney, then make sure you plan your trip wisely. It’s important to see the major tourist sights, which you can do on a tour bus or by taking an organised tour, and this can usually be done in a few hours. Many people then choose to spend some time by the coast, whether it’s soaking up the sun or enjoying the water. Don’t forget to take some time to eat. Sydney is packed with amazing restaurants and there are some great local wines to try, so spend some time exploring the culinary scene too.

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