Sydney is a beautiful city that has built a legacy of its own in the world of tourism. There are very few cities around the world that can boast the kind of numbers this Australian city has in terms of tourist-centric attractions. Sydney offers a lot to all, even to budget travellers who are not too willing to spend even a penny on their sightseeing here. Check out top five free things to do in Sydney, Australia!
Art Gallery of NSW
Money is not the criterion to access the incredible Art Gallery of NSW, but interest is!! People can enter this majestic art institution free of cost and can check out the large number of displays that are found here. Free films are also thrown in on Wednesdays. Surely, budget travellers couldn’t have asked for more, well…maybe cheap return flights, if one insists!
Marine life lovers who are apprehensive of the Sydney Aquarium’s soaring entry fees can instead check out the sea creatures at the Shelly Beach, in their natural habitat. One can take Manly ferry to get to the beach. Gordon’s Bay is not a bad place either to spot seal life.
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
This is another interesting avenue for budget travellers in the country looking for some grub to feed their artistic souls! Museum of Contemporary Art overlooks the Circular Quay, and offers free access to its enormous permanent collection. Featured exhibitions, however, are available only for a price tag.
The Rocks Discovery Museum
Holiday makers who are interested in the regional history of Australia, including the Aboriginal heritage, can do so by visiting the Rocks Discovery Museum. No fee is required to enter the museum, something that’s sure to sound music to the ears of holiday makers who aren’t prepared to spend a lot after having invested on flights to sydney.
Peruse Paddington Markets
Shopping at the Paddington Markets may not be free but the opportunity to take in the region’s local flamboyance is sure is! Check out the market for interesting souvenirs!