With it becoming increasingly clear that nothing comes free of charge, or indeed that there is no such thing as a free lunch; touring a city or enjoying the attractions it has to offer can cost you. Sydney is an amazing city and there are a million and one attractions and activities to keep visitors and residents occupied. And luckily a high number of those activities and things to do in Sydney are still free. They are also fun, family friendly and make it possible for you to enjoy the gorgeous city without needing to dig deep in your pockets.
Whether you live in Sydney and are looking for some weekend activities or a traveller who is money is running dry, try these Sydney attractions and activities that are on the house. It is an iconic landmark that crosses one of Sydney’s most beautiful assets her harbour. The sparkling waters, floating sails along with the best view of the Sydney Opera House can be seen at no cost in the walkway that runs from one side of the bridge to another and Is cronulla a nice place to live. With soft yellow sand, clear water and a few of the best waves around the shore is one of Sydney’s finest assets. If you like crowds and people watching visit Sydney’s famous Bondi or Manly beach, but if you are just trying to unwind in the sun or have a relaxing swim you will find magnificent, quieter beaches which line the Sydney coast.
Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens is one of Sydney’s greatest natural assets. Established in 1816, the 30 hectares of garden are home to more than a million plant species. The gardens and grounds are beautifully maintained, and even better they sit on a number of Sydney’s best property. Wrapped around Farm Cove on the edge of Sydney Harbour and enjoying magnificent views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge that the website is ideal for a picnic, day stroll or jog.
Lots of Sydney’s museums could be entered and appreciated for free, which is an excellent way to spend a day at Sydney especially if Mother Nature is not putting on the best display weather-wise. There is free entrance to the Art Gallery of New South Wales at The Domain Name, the Museum of Contemporary Art in The Rocks, and the Australian National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour to mention a few. Sydney is full of Interesting characters and individuals from all walks of life. A day may easily be passed down in Circular Quay or Darling Harbour listening to the road Musicians and buskers and viewing the impromptu patterns and shows by road performers.