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Top 10 Free Things That You Can Do On Your Sydney Honeymoon

Sydney is one of the most beautiful places to visit. With its culture and picturesque area, this little city in Australia definitely has a lot to offer more than you can ever imagine – even things and other enjoyable activities that you can do for free! And because of that, we at TWV have compiled a list of the Top 10 Free Things That You Can Do On Your Sydney Honeymoon.

1. Attend a Local/Cultural Event

attend a local/cultural event Sydney hosts over 30 events each year, from art gallery nights, concerts, festivals and much more. Most of them are free and you can find them on the Sydney tourism website or What’ s on Sydney. If you ’ re in Sydney in January, the Sydney Festival is one not to be missed. You get an emptied city centre free of cars, transformed into a spectacle of music and surprise. Featuring a mesh of talents, artists and bands, you can be assured of a blast. And if it’ s not January yet, head over to some intimate venues for great live music. Basement & Vanguard make good options.

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2. Soak up the sun & waves at the Bondi Beach

bondi beach Known for its gnarly waves, Bondi beach is one of the top surfing destinations in the world. But even if you ’ re not planning to surf, it also makes a great place for strolling, (topless) sunbathing and swimming. There are weekend markets here too! A 2 hour lesson at Let’ s Go Surfing costs $90.

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3. Have an adorable time at Luna Park

luna-park Location: 1 Olympic Drive, Sydney Open 11am – 10pm Friday & Saturday 2 – 6 pm Sunday; 11am – 4pm Monday This historic fun park has killer harbour views along with fun rides. No entrance fee required, but rides are at $10 each. Buy an unlimited pass online to save more and have more fun.

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4. Party out loud at King’s Cross

King's Cross

Location: William St & Darlinghurst Rd

Check out the wild side of Sydney ’ s multi-faceted red light district with an intriguing, Bohemian past at King ’ s cross. Here you get cheap beer and locals party till late. Tip: This area during the day wears a different face, with hip cafes and trendy restaurants.

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5. Go snorkeling at Coogee Beach

coogee beacch Location: 7 Miles southeast of Sydney Harbour Though a little smaller than its counterpart Bondi, Coogee makes a very popular spot for snorkeling. Here you get a less crowded atmosphere and calmer waters. Tip: Pay a small entrance fee to take a beachfront bath (Wylie Baths & Mclvers Bath). Others: Spot more sea creatures at Shelly Beach, Clovelly and Gordon ’ s Bay. Manly Beach also offers a range of shops and amenities to enjoy.

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6. Enjoy a quiet picnic at Hyde Park

hyde park Location: Elizabeth Street A sanctuary of sprawling lawns, shady picnic spots, flowers, fountains and fig trees. Picture romance on welcoming patches of green. Check out the Archibald Fountain and Anzac War Memorial. Visit their website here. Location: St Mary ’ s Rd & College St Facing Hyde Park is St Mary ’ s Cathedral, a striking landmark that seats the Archbishop of Sydney. It gets beautiful at Christmas when adorned with lights and decorations.

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7. Participate in a Free Walking Tour

free walking tour Explore the city of Sydney with friendly and knowledgeable local tour guides and make friends along the way! Experience the culture and lifestyle as you dive into the history and stories of the place. I Am Free runs a daily tour of the city center and The Rocks. Rail, I’ m free tours walk everyday. Hail or Shine, There ‘ s no need to book, just show up and look for a local guide in bright green. Alternatively, you can use Sydney Greeters (advanced booking required) to connect with locals who will show you around their neighbourhood!

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8. Admire art at Art Gallery of NSW

art gallery of NSW

Location: Art Gallery Road, The Domain Open daily 10am – 5pm, until 10pm on Wed

Surrounded by beautiful parklands, this gallery boasts a wide variety of indigenous, colonial and contemporary art collections. Art lovers will adore this place. Find everything from photography and Pablo Picasso paintings to aboriginal art and Tang dynasty ceramics.

Others: Australian National Maritime Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art at THe Rocks, Nicholson Museum.

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9. Visit the Sydney Fish Market

sydney fish market Experience an authentic working fish market in Sydney. This is the place where everyday is a festival of seafood, enjoy fresh catches and fine seafood in many resturants and cafes. As the largest of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and the world’ s second (to Japan) largest seafood market, the variety here is of no question. Be sure to have fish and chips or fresh crabs! You can even whip up a dish at the Sydney Seafood School.

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10. Roam & explore Sydney Streets

sydney streets Macquarie Street was once Sydney ’ s most fashionable street. Today, it houses the Parliament House and State Library. Location: Dixon Street, Haymarket Inhale the fragrance of sizzling Szechuan spices at Chinatown, yum cha and feast of authentic Chinese cuisine here. Famed shopping strip, Paddington Markets is also near Chinatown. Head over to George Street where you get to see architectural highlights Queen Victoria Building, St Andrew ’ s Cathedral and more at Sydney Town Hall. Pitt Street Mall near there is one of the city ’ s major shopping precincts. You can also shop at Oxford & William Streets Explore the best of Sydney with our list of the Top 10 Free Things That You Can Do On Your Sydney Honeymoon. We hope that this article had helped you plan the things that you want to do while on the area. 

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