- Sydney Olympic Park and the Wetlands
- Oasis of Ponds at Centennial Park:
- Amazing Spot at Royal Botanic Gardens- Sydney:
- The Blue Mountains- Sydney:
- Walk across the Sydney Harbor Bridge:
- Sydney Opera House:
- Government House Sydney:
- Paddington Reservoir Garden- Sydney:
- Queen Victoria Building- Sydney:
- The Museum of Australian Currency Notes at the Martin Place- Sydney:
- Snorkeling at the Shelly Beach:
- Australian National Maritime Museum- Sydney:
- The Art Gallery of NSW- Sydney:
- Sydney Observatory:
- Lucas Heights Nuclear Reactor:
- Free entry to Little Penguins Watching- Sydney:
- Paddington Three Foot Square Gallery- Sydney:
- Nicholson Museum at Sydney University:
- Stunning Sydney Beaches:
- The Rocks:
- Street Culture at Circular Quay & Martin Place:
- Marvelous Darling Harbour Sydney:
- Bird Watching in Sydney
- Rollerblading in Sydney
- Fishing in Sydney
- Ride a Water Taxi
- Australian Museum
- Museum Of Sydney
- Go for a Thrilling Ghost Tour
- Cruise the Harbour towards Port Stephens and Meet the Dolphins
- Visit the City Model
- Picnic on the Waters of the Rose Bay
- Visit The Mint
- Coastal Walk from Bondi Beach to Coogee
- Moonwalk at the Royal National Park
- Flying Trapeze Workshop
- A Romantic Escape on the Luxury Beneteau Yacht
- Paragliding and Parasailing:
- Windsurfing - Things to do in Sydney
Gardens & Parks in Sydney
Feel very Romanesque and otherworldly at this great place to hide away from the world! Free entry to this one of the Sydney’s newest gardens, and one of its best kept secrets, this sunken garden has been built at the bottom of an old water reservoir, When the roof collapsed in 1990, it became a graffiti grotto (which is still visible & adds to the delightfully shadowy atmosphere). It was then restored and reborn as a landscaped park, complete with an ornamental pond and hanging gardens around the edges. A great place for families with kids who love history and couples who admire it!
A 30 hectare treasury of green lawns, tropical plants, ponds and shady trees, overlooking the harbour and with free guided walks every morning. Enjoy beautiful views of the city from Mrs Macquarie’s Chair carved out of a rock ledge. A great venue for Kids to learn botanics, couples for romantic time together and all looking for great free things to do in Sydney.
While enjoying the free things to do in Sydney, Pack a picnic, bring a blanket, and enjoy Sydney’s lush grassy hills, woodlands and oasis of ponds in Centennial Park.
Dedicated by Sir Henry Parkes as a public open space in 1888 the park was the venue for the inauguration of Federation in 1901, and includes a dedicated cycle and rollerblading track, a monument to the birth of the nation and the Federation Pavilion.
Sydney Olympic Park alone has so much to offer as free & fun things to do in Sydney, to keep everyone active. Follow the boardwalk at Bicentennial Park and explore one of Australia’s most vital wetland ecosystems.
There’s free entry, BBQs, picnic areas, playgrounds, pathways and cycleways, parking, access to the wetlands, salt marsh and bird hides Take your bike for a spin along the cycle tracks or enjoy a picnic in the 40 hectare parklands. A hub for Plenty of free things to do in Sydney.