Catchy Sydney

Tripoto
27th Jun 2019
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar

    The largest city in Australia is famous for its superb beaches,harbours, cosmopolitan & international population

Language: English is the predominant language,although several Asian & indian languages are spoken among communities

Climate: Can really take U for a toss,by reaching extremes of -10 to +60 degree Celsius

Currency: AUD$
  For a tourister certainly Sydney is a bit expensive,bcoz a decent meal costs a 20$+ ,but with a certain planning budget trips are doable

Commuting:
Trains,busses & ferries, U can travel in all of them across NSW in just 50$/week
By getting urself an Opal card
Yup U heard it right for just 50$, since the weekly cap is 50$ beyond that it's completely free
Daily cap is 16$,then rest free
Sundays cap 2.8$
No matter how much ever U travel it's just 50$😁

Apps:
Google,doesn't fails to amaze U
Trip view lite,for train timings & changeovers

Shopping:
DFO: branded outlets
Kmart: apparels
Costco: similar to metro( to buy chocolates)
Coles : supermarket
Paddy's market

Stay: stayed along with brother as he was settled there
Try to book rooms via Airbnb for 2-4 days,if for a week try for an shared apartment it would be around 200$
 
Expenses: Airfare 42k, city commuting 5k(max) dining 2-3k(50-60$)/day
Approximately 75-80k is more than enough for a week

Day 1

central to Katoomba via train
Then to Blue mountains via bus to reach three sisters ,then hike for about 1.5miles around the park for the giant stairway

Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar

From Katoomba to wentworth via train,then hike through the Charles Darwin walk to wentworth falls
  Certainly U will be amazed at the scenaries while walking through the national park

Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Wentworth Falls NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Day 2

From Central/townhill walk to the darling Harbour exploring the city,this is where google maps plays the role😁
   Attractions:
Madame Tussauds,sea life,wild life & tower eye
Book these attractions through online as combo to avail offers
All of them can be seen around 4-5 hrs

Photo of Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar

From central walk to the circular quay
Left side the rocks,right side opera house
Rocks, resurgent cosmopolitan area with vibrant nightlife & city's best hotels
  Walk around the Sydney Harbour bridge

Photo of The Rocks NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of The Rocks NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of The Rocks NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of The Rocks NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar

  Try to visit this place as it is nearby can be travelled through bus,the stop is just opposite to the temple
Around 6pm Prasad will be available

Day 3

City exploration
From central
Hyde Park,China town,Anzac museum,Paddy's market,queen VICTORIA building,Olympic stadium & star casino

Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Catchy Sydney by Naveen Kumar
Day 4

   Book Scg tour & museum ,it's definitely worth of every penny for a cricket lover as well as nonlover

Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar
Photo of SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND, Siyana, Garh Mukteshwar, Uttar Pradesh, India by Naveen Kumar

Circular Quay to Manly beach via ferry
While returning travel to central via bus,U can ride on the harbour bridge

Photo of Manly Beach, New South Wales, Australia by Naveen Kumar

   Do try to visit once in the evening
Community busses are available from Strathfield which are free

Photo of Shirdi Sai Temple, Liverpool Road, Strathfield South NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Day 5

From Redfern to Kiama via train then walk for 1-1.5 mile to reach the blowhole

Photo of Kiama Blowhole, Kiama NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Kiama Blowhole, Kiama NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Kiama Blowhole, Kiama NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar

Kiama- train- Thirroul(Scarborough station)  - Bus- seacliff

Photo of Sea Cliff Bridge, Lawrence Hargrave Drive, Clifton NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar

Scarborough station - train - Helensburgh - bus(free community bus)- SRI VENKATESHWARA TEMPLE
make to sure to catch the last bus around 410 pm

Photo of Sri Venkateswara Temple, South McCully Drive, Pittsburgh, PA, USA by Naveen Kumar
Photo of Sri Venkateswara Temple, South McCully Drive, Pittsburgh, PA, USA by Naveen Kumar

Fire works only on Saturday nights @830pm for 12 mins completely free
   It's a must don't miss it

Photo of Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW, Australia by Naveen Kumar
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