18 Cheap and Free Things to do in Sydney

If you are looking for some free and cheap things to do in Sydney, then this is the article for you! For most travellers who visit Australia, their big trip to the country starts in Sydney. The country’s most populated city is truly beautiful with world-class beaches, a captivating waterfront and a stunning skyline. The Australian city of Sydney is known for its vibrant people and incredibly diverse range of activities. But it can be very overwhelming when trying to get your bearings in the bustling metropolis, so we offer some tips on how to plan your first trip there. And unfortunately, Australia is not a cheap destination. In this blog post, we will be discussing 15 different activities that won’t break the bank! This includes everything from museums to theatres. So if your budget is tight, but want to enjoy yourself in Sydney, keep reading!

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Best Things to do in the Rocks, Sydney

The rocks is a vibrant part of Sydney and one that you shouldn’t miss out on when visiting the city. It has many different attractions for all ages, including art galleries and museums as well as shops, cafes, restaurants and bars to visit at night. It has something to offer visitors at any time of year and it is easy to navigate around on foot. The Rocks is one of the oldest parts of Sydney, the area was once known as Poverty Bay; however, it could be considered one of the most expensive real estate regions in all of Australia. In this post, I will show you some of the things to see and do in the Rocks, for old buildings and pubs to the observatory and awesome viewpoints to stop the Opera House and the Harbour bridge.

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Spending a Day at Sydney’s Newest Zoo – Sydney Zoo Blacktown

A while back a new zoo opened its doors in Sydney. Located in Sydney’s west, it offers great transport access and minutes away from key locations and other entertainment attractions. Sydney Zoo includes 30 exhibits and a variety of animal species, including highly popular exotic and typical Aussie animals including Australia’s largest Reptile and Nocturnal house. It also includes a show arena, picnic areas, wetlands, waterways and gardens, gift shops, restaurants, cafes, kiosks and other basic amenities. The new zoo has been designed with no hills or steps, making it accessible to those using wheelchairs or mobility scooters. Therefore, this zoo is ideal for people with children as it is super accessible. In this blog post, I will take you along to Sydney Zoo and show if it is the right zoo for you to visit.

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Beautiful Bradley’s Head to Chowder Bay Walk

The Chowder Bay to Bradley’s Head walk is an amazing short coast walk that offers incredible Sydney Harbour views, secluded beaches and a sense of bushwalking, even though you are pretty much in the city. The walk takes you through some of the best bits in Sydney Harbour National Park. Including past some interesting World War II stations, past impressive mansions and lots of typical Aussie wildlife. In this post, I will show you what amazing sights you could encounter if you would do this walk. I will give you some additional information on how to get to either Bradley’s Head or Chowder Bay, and show the nice beaches to stop at and possibly take a quick dip. Let’s dive in…

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The Best Weekend Getaways in Sydney

Planning a well-earned weekend escape after the stress that has been 2020? Good on you! Even though travel has not been the same and will probably not be the same for a while, there are still many amazing getaways that you can do. Sydney is home to a range of amazing getaways that are bound recharge your batteries! If you do not want to travel too far, I have made a list of 5 different city escapes. From hanging out with monkeys and elephants to water sports hubs and healthy living. These 5-weekend getaways in Sydney are everything you have ever dreamed of.

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