Holidays can be expensive but if you take a bit of time to plan things out you can actually find a lot of great things to see and do that won’t break the bank.
You are always going to spend money on your holidays and worrying about expenditure is no way to relax. By finding great low cost and fre activities you can relax knowing that the money you do have won’t be as stretched.
Here are some of our favourite places to visit that will keep you entertained without giving your wallet a pounding in and around Sydney.
Australia’s Beautiful Parks
As you might imagine, a country as big as Australia has numerous national parks and they can be a great way to explore the country. In and around Sydney, Kuringai National Park is a great way to enjoy a cost free day as is Hyde Park and Centennial Park which offer a load of different activities.
Coasts & the Beach
Bondi Beach is a must for anyone that wants to make the most of the sun, sea and sand. It is worth noting however that parking around here is notoriously bad so parking a bit further out and making your way to the beach is advised.
There are a number of coastal walks around the area which are stunning and highly recommended. These offer a number of great vantage points for anyone looking to take a few pictures.
Events & Attractions
There are a number of things to see and do in Sydney from the Mardi Gras in early March to the different parks and attractions. Booking ahead for any parks can save you money with deals on offer for the likes of the Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Tower and Sydney Wildlife World offering a 20% discount on a special pass for all three attractions. Booking tours of the Sydney Opera House online prior to your visit will also earn you a discount.
Pre planning any trip will give you access to all kind of discounts and offers. Any attraction that you have to pay to get into will be keen to secure visitors so a lot tend to have incentives for anyone that books ahead.
With so many great free or cheap options you can make sur you have a great time without breaking the bank.