10 Fun Free Things to Do in Sydney
13 January 2014
There are plenty of great spots to visit while you’re holidaying in Sydney. What’s more, you don’t necessarily have to pay a cent. The Telegraph listed ten of the best attractions that are all free.
Coogee to Bondi walk – take a stroll along the coastline with breathtaking views and idyllic coves and beaches to explore along the way.
Botanic Gardens – wander through beautiful parklands and take in the best views of the city from Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.
Harbour Bridge – walk across this amazing structure at road level, with plenty of great photo opportunities to be had along the way.
Rock pools – snorkel the delightful rock pools and admire the huge range of colourful marine life. Gordon’s Bay and Cabbage Tree Bay offer two of the best locations.
North shore – hike the walkway from Spit Bridge to Manly and back and discover secluded coves and magnificent scenery.
Museum of Contemporary Art – take a free tour of the Museum of Contemporary Art or attend one of their free educational evenings, which are held on the last Friday of every month.
Centennial Park – pack a picnic lunch, find a shady tree and sit and watch the world go by.
Sydney Festival – held every year in January, the festival features a range of fantastic free events including live music, dance and entertainment.
Opera House – one of the world’s most famous pieces of architecture, it looks just as impressive seen up close as it does in the postcards.
Royal National Park – explore rainforest gullies, stark cliffs and secluded beaches in one of the oldest national parks in the world.