In this article, you'll find 6 free things to do in Sydney. This Australian city has some amazing activities, so I'm sure you'll have lots of fun there!
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1. The Royal Botanic Garden
The Royal Botanic Garden can be visited for free every day of the year.
The garden is one of the most important botanical gardens in the world. If you love nature, this is a very interesting place to visit.
It is one of the most visited attractions in Sydney. It is located in Sydney Harbour.
2. Sydney Free Walking Tours
With 3 tours per day, you'll have many possibilities to take part in a free walking tour in Sydney!
''I'm Free Tours Sydney'' organizes two types of tours, one about the history and culture of Sydney, the other one about the first European Settlements in Australia.
During these tours, you also walk by some of the best photo spots in Sydney!
You can find more information about these free walking tours on this page.
3. Visit a free museum
There are several great museums in Sydney. Of these, some are free. Want to learn more about the history of Australia? Then visit the Australian Museum!
Looking for more contemporary art? Then the Museum of Contemporary Art is more for you. Sydney has many free museums to choose from.
4. Go to the free Sydney Festival
Sydney Festival is held every year in January for three weeks. It is an art festival consisting of several events including drama, classical, and circus acts.
So if you're in Sydney in January, I'd highly recommend going to this festival!
5. Stroll around Paddington Markets
Paddington Markets can be visited every Saturday morning. There are a lot of unique stalls where all kinds of creative works/crafts from local and emerging designers can be found.
Also, there is an international food court where you can enjoy food from all over the world!
6. Go to the famous Bondi Beach
Bondi Beach is the most well-known beach in Sydney and is located very close to the center of Sydney.
It is one of the most visited sites by tourists. Go here when you want to relax any time of the year.
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