If you are planning a trip to Sydney or if you want to make the most out of the time that you spend in the area, then it helps to have a checklist. When you have a checklist of all the things that you want to do, you can then go through and tick them off as you see or do them, and this is one of the best ways for you to really enjoy your vacation.


So if you are looking for things to do in Sydney then all you have to do is take a look below to get some solid ideas. Sydney really is a fantastic area with so much to offer, not to mention that the Bondi Beach has some really gnarly waves!



Bondi Beach


The Bondi Beach is known for having some of the biggest waves in Australia. It is one of the best surfing destinations in the world but if you are not ready to catch some waves then you have nothing to worry about. The Bondi Beach is great for sunbathing and it is also ideal if you want to go for a stroll. If you want to go swimming then this is one of the best locations and the strip is filled with plenty of souvenir shops as well. There is actually a 6-mile walk to the beach that you can take and a lot of the people there strongly recommend the coastal walks as well.


Sydney Harbour Bridge


The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a great place for you to take photographs. You can take incredible pictures and you can even take a ride on a ferry boat to get to some of the harder-to-reach locations. You can even do the bridge climb as well and this can take up to four hours, so if you want to get some exercise or if you want to be active while on your vacation then this is one of the best ways for you to do so. The panoramic views are a sight to behold and the Sydney skyline is unlike anything you have ever seen before.


Royal Botanic Gardens


The Royal Botanic Gardens is known for being the oldest scientific institution in Australia. It is over 200 years old and there are self-guided and guided tours available. If you want to get around faster, then you can take the Choo Choo Express and during your time here you can learn about all of the plant life and even the history of the area as well. It is only a couple of minutes away from the Opera house and it is one of the most visited attractions in Sydney.  


There are plenty of photo opportunities and when you do visit the area you will quickly see that there is so much for you to do and see. The area is full of local wildlife and you can really get up close and personal with it as well, so you know that you will always be able to have the experience of a lifetime.