Things to do in Sydney alone, with friends or with your family

Things to do in Sydney alone, with friends or with your family
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Updated 2019-06-26 08:23

Sydney's leisure scene caters to everyones needs and wants. Whether you are alone here or have moved with your family. There are a variety of fun activities available. From beaches to gardens, adventures, museums, art galleries, hiking trails, bushwalks, cafes and restaurants, weekend markets, shopping malls there is always something to do in Sydney.

Things to do with friends

If one puts in a bit of effort, activities are not as expensive as they are made out to be. Situated in the core of the west, Skyzone is a monster trampoline welcoming to people of all age groups. This in itself could make for a fun day out or an evening out with your friends in under $ 20. Spending quality time with friends on Bondi beach is also another option without spending a penny as well as the Free Tours of Sydney, for newcomers. Big Bash League is a perfect choice for cricket lovers and the ticket is just $20. Camp Cove offers an intimate and quiet climate for those who want to spend some time away from the inner city, perfect for a day out with friends or your partner.

Things to do alone

What if you are alone here? There's plenty of options! Café corners and restaurants here offer the best environment and ambience from dawn to dusk. Glebe markets have wonderful stalls with fashion accessories you can buy. There are comedy clubs where you can laugh your lungs out with the crowd, leaving all your worries behind. Seek amusement and joy in your 'me' time. Explore art galleries if you are in love with art. Art exhibitions have a lot to offer for art lovers. There are a plethora of classes you can join to brush up any skills you have. There are hiking trails, open spaces and gardens to explore and walk through.

Things to do with your family

Finally, family excursions. You have not been to Sydney if you did not explore the Sydney Harbor bridge. It's just not a place but an iconic architectural masterpiece. Taronga Zoo is a great place to visit if you have kids. Royal Botanical Garden and Chinese Friendship Garden are another fantastic and children-oriented place for a day out. You can also go for water sports if your family loves adventures. Blue mountains situated near regional Sydney is a golden opportunity to go for a bushwalk. Farther on northern Sydney, there is central coast. Where you would find heart-wrenching beaches. Port Stephens, on the other hand, is a valley that prevents you from sun, sand and offers a ride with dolphins within a safe distance. South, however, has coastal beauties as well. Jervis Bay's white sands are often referred to as the whitest around the world.

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