The country’s most populated city, Sydney is truly beautiful, boasting of the captivating harbor, a stunning skyline, high-end museums, and world-class beaches. The city is also multi-culturally rich, giving it a youthful and vibrant atmosphere.
If you are visiting Sydney for the first time, it can be overwhelming to get your head around what to do in this amazing city. With so attractions, where can you start your Sydney adventure tour? And don’t forget that Australia is not a cheap destination. As a guide, here are the top Sydney adventure tour activities that won’t break the bank.
Relax in Bronte Park
With several coin-operated barbecues, Bronte Park is one of the top al fresco lunch spots in Sydney. Squeeze your sausages in between a Brazilian meat fest and a Korean family grill, while enjoying the breathtaking sea view.
Enjoy live music at the Opera bar
At this lovely terrace bar, you will not only enjoy sumptuous harbor views but also free live music on weekend afternoons and every night.
Stroll the Harbor Bridge
Although the climb to the widely celebrated Sydney harbor bridge will set you back at least a few dollars, you can save by simply strolling along the pedestrian pathway located on the eastern edge of the bridge.
Enjoy the North Head Lookout Gaze
Enjoy the amazing views from the harbor to the city’s skyscrapers. You may also be lucky to spot a whale or two. The sunsets at North Head are also magnificent.
Enjoy the tranquility of the Royal Botanic gardens
If you love nature, the beautifully kept Royal botanic gardens have everything you need, from succulent herbs to tropical greenhouses. It is a perfect picnic spot located right in the heart of the city.
There you have it; 5 amazing activities to try on your next Sydney Adventure tours. The activities highlighted above barely scratch the surface when it comes to what to do and see in one of the globe’s most pulsating cities. On top of the mentioned activities, there are more attractions, including Sydney tower, Darling harbor, Taronga Zoo, Bondi Beach, Manly beach, and the Royal National parks among many others. You only need to remember not to get caught up in the hurry of tying to visit every attraction in the city. Spare some time to chill, interact with the locals and get in the ‘no worries’ Aussie mood.