You don’t need a heavy wallet to relish the charm and elegance of Sydney. These 12 allures, events and signs won’t cost you much and sustain your budget.
1. Take a walk from Bondi to Coogee
One of the most extraordinary marches and shorelines you could hope to see, this path takes in some of Sydney’s most remarkable beaches. In the end of spring, explore the free Sculpture by the Sea near Bondi.
2. Exclusive feat on the Sydney Opera House
The visit will set you back at least some dollars, but you can get an strange combination of innovation and imagination that is host to over hundreds of concerts that fascinate around millions of visitors each year.
3. Stare out from North Head Lookout
Enjoy extensive sights from the mouth of the harbour to Sydney’s skyscrapers, and you can also take a glimpse of a whale if you’re lucky enough. Sunsets at the north head are outstanding.
4. Feast your eyes at the Art Gallery of NSW
No ticket is required to enter Sydney’s premier art institution, with the whole thing from Ethnic to Asian creativity on display like leather products, paintings, cigar wallets, etc.. Wednesday nights are an advantage with free talks and movies.
5. Feel serenity at the Royal Botanic Gardens
These gorgeously kept and selected gardens have everything from succulents to herbs, along with a tropical greenhouse. An amazing picnic spot in the core of the city.
6. Bang your feet at Opera Bar
This attractive terrace bar with luxurious harbour scenes has free live music every night and on weekend afternoons.
7. Widen your smile at Luna Park
You need not spend a single penny for going in this historic fun park with killer harbour views. It’s $10 per ride, however, with delightfully retro Coney Island providing the best worth for money.
8. Catch underwater creatures at Shelly Beach
The Sydney Aquarium is expensive but you can see abundantly of marine world in its natural habitat at Shelly Beach. Other good places to see the aquatic life are Clovelly and Gordon’s Bay.
9. Discover culture at the Museum of Contemporary Art
Managing Circular Quay, this recently extended gallery’s everlasting collection can be seen for free, yet its featured presentations possess an immense price tag.
10. Get lost in the Royal National Park
The second ancient national park in the world, the Royal is over 100km of walking tracks through littoral rainforest gullies. It is surrounded by the number of Camping and picnic sites. The price is $11 per vehicle but it has no cost on foot.
11. Grasp knowledge about the history at The Rocks Discovery Museum
Free Entry to this museum, making it the flawless starting point for an investigation of Sydney’s ancient neighbourhood, besides the region’s rich Aboriginal heritage.
12. Explore wandering whales from a magnificent lighthouse
The Barrenjoey Lighthouse is approx. half an hour difficult walk from Palm Beach in Sydney’s north. It is a fragment of a famous hiking trail. During winter (from May to October) passing pods of whales can be watched wandering beside the coastline.