Free Stuff To Enjoy In Australia

Posted on: 4th April 2013

Free Stuff AustraliaSydney is Australia’s largest city and one of the main attractions for visitors around the world. There are many attractions in and around the city that is sure to captivate and educate new visitors. there are many natural and man made sites that is well worth seeing. When you visit if you are on a tight budget there are many things that you can see and do that are totally free.

If you love history then one of your first destinations should be the Rocks Sydney. The Rocks is a historic destination that has many sandstone churches, colonial buildings, maritime past, narrow laneways and some of the oldest pubs in Australia. If you love beer then take some time to visit the Lord Nelson, they brew their own beer. You can also find traces of Sydney's original hospital, the plumbing Tank Streams which is a source of fresh water.

If you love sand and sea you can use the opportunity to visit some of the finest free beaches in Sydney, Go surfing, paddling, walking, or just basking in the sun. Famous beaches such as the Palm Beach, Cronulla, and Bondi have been popular favourites for visitors from across the world.

If you are looking to bask in the ambiance of nature then take part in one of the best walk that depart from the lovely Circular Quay and travel by ferry to the location. You can take advantage of the Opera House many attractions as it sails into the Royal botanical garden. There are many ferns and troves the flowers and sprawling lawns are sure to captivate. If you are looking to enjoy a picnic then this is one of the best free stuff to enjoy in Australia.

The Manly is one of the more popular beaches in Sydney it is also home to a seaside town. You can travel by the pedestrian Corso and take a swim in the beach you can also eat ice cream, sunbake or simply do some site watching. The choice is all up to you. If you love to walk then the coastline offers many attractive scenes. There's also the protected Shelly Beach that offers as an attraction marine sculptures and a tidal pool.

The sandstones of the Blue Mountains over the Millennia have been weathered into gorges which are home to some of the steepest cliffs in Australia. These cliffs are separated by narrow ridges. Site seeing to this special location offers views of special rock formations such as the Three Sisters which is simply beautiful at sunset. Hiking on the paths will allow you to see the valley floor, the tumbling waterfalls and the rock walls.

Like many other cities in Australia Sydney has many museums. There are many art galleries that you can enter for free which is located in the South of Wales which is home to indigenous art by the aboriginal people. If you are into contemporary art then you can visit the Nicholson Museum which is located at the Sydney University.

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