Ultimate Guide to a Perfect Sydney Itinerary for 2 Days


The multi-ethnic city of Sydney attracts millions of visitors each year. Lively and full of life as Sydney offers the whole lot from a dwelling cityscape packed with attractions and superb nightlife to a natural countryside loaded with white spotless sand beaches and plant trails.

Let’s do the Perfect Sydney Itinerary for 2 Days

Sydney itinerary: one day

On the first day in Sydney, your finest option is to move to the sights in the city centre. Yes, when you book a hotel near the city can save you enough times, and also it’s possible to carry out your own walking trip to the city to cover plenty of breathtaking sites.

One-day places of interest: ExploreDarling Harbour, Pitt Street Mall, The Rocks, the Opera House, Queen Victoria Building (QVB), Town Hall, Harbour Bridge and Sydney Harbour.

Sydney itinerary: two days

Next day tour in Sydney means you can take your time travelling around the city and its adjoining areas and landmarks. Here are some recommended itineraries for every day:

Sydney city highlights. The whole things on this itinerary are reasonably jam-packed, thus put your walking shoes on and visit the tourist attractions which are given below by foot. Walking also lets you take in the tourist attractions and resonances of local Australian city life at a speed not possible in a vehicle. Sydney also has a civilized public transport means with the use of buses, trains and ferries. There are many things to see in Sydney the next day.

The Ultimate Guide for 2-Days in Sydney

The summary of our itinerary is as follows:

Day 1:

At Morning

  • Explore Royal Botanical Gardens and walk to Mrs Macquarie’s Chair Viewpoint
  • Visit all Iconic places of interests on a walk from the Royal Botanic Gardens to the Sydney Opera House
  • Travel around The Rocks (Historic Neighbourhood)
  • Walk-Up or All Over the Sydney Harbour Bridge 

At Afternoon

  • Take Lunch at the Rocks or in the CBD
  • Move to the Queen Victoria Building (QVB) & Explore Inside
  • Explore the Iconic & Beautiful Bondi Beach          
  • A walkout at Bondi to Coogee 

At Night

Have Dinner & Drinks in the CBD

Day 2:

  • Explore Manly Coastal Walk
  • Visit Museums, Circular Quay and Ferry to Manly
  • Manly Beach     
  • Walkout Shelley Beach (from Manly Beach)
  • Eat Dinner at Opera Bar

Day 1: Morning

Royal Botanical Gardens to Mrs Macquarie’s Chair Viewpoint

Just wake up and begin for your first day in stunning Sydney. To ensure you have lots of times to do the whole thing on this itinerary, I also suggest you reach 8:00 am. Then start your journey from Sydney’s Royal Botanical Gardens situated now east of the CBD (Central Business District).

You can simply spend enough hours here, like relishing the sight and do a picnic in the park. However, as you have not more time in your hands so, you have the best time to tale pleasure of a relaxed picturesque walk through the gardens thus keep on through the gardens to Mrs Macquarie’s Chair Viewpoint.

Regardless of the name, there’s not a chair here. From this site, you can click some beautiful photos with the dramatic typical Australian skyline with the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge straight behind you.

Move ahead Iconic Sites on a walk from the Royal Botanic Gardens to the Sydney Opera House  

From the striking and beautiful gardens, you can walk to the Sydney Opera House. And, also spend beautiful moments to click the perfect shot, then take a little break and people see on the stairs. If you want to walk around the inside, so, only take 1-hour walking tours that take place every 30 minutes during the day.

Discover The Rocks (Historic Neighbourhood)

Start the trip from the Opera House, and keep following the alleyway down the dock and travel around Circular Quay until you reach The Rocks. The Rocks is a remarkable area situated near the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Walk out the paved boulevard and there you can get to lots of cafe houses, restaurants and bars, as well as the Sydney’s oldest pub (Lord Nelson Brewery). When you start on Saturdays, the Rocks Marketis always open and is an amazing destination lace to buy stunning handcrafted items and try diverse street foods.

The area is packed with countless famous buildings like theAustralian Heritage Hotel. They’re widely popular for their coat of arms pizza. So, you can explore numerous tourist attractions and historic places in Sydney.

Sydney has many things to travel around and you can start your Sydney itinerary anytime you want to.