6. Visit Art Gallery of NSW
Visiting the Art Gallery of NSW is free. This means you get to feast your eyes with art displays – indigenous and Asian – without having to pay for an entrance fee. Go there on Wednesday nights and you also get to listen to free talks and watch free films.
7. Learn More about the Aussie Culture
Visiting museums is probably one of the most common tourist activities there is. It is simply not possible for a tourist to visit a new place without going to one or two museums. When in Sydney, go will get to know more about the culture by going to the Museum of Contemporary Art.
8. Soaking Up the Sun at the English-Style Park
The Centennial Park, which opened in 1901, is definitely one of the places worth visiting in Sydney. It offers the best views and free events, most especially during the warm summer months.
9. Get Lost at the Royal National Park
It is indeed easy to get lost in the midst of rainforest gullies, pristine beaches and windswept cliffs. The Royal National Park offers walking tracks that extend 100 kms, and there are picnic and camping sites available too. Go on foot and you wouldn’t have to spend a single dollar.
10. Experiencing History and Learning Aboriginal Heritage at Rocks Discovery Museum
Another free entrance museum, the Rocks Discovery Museum is the most ideal starting point in exploring the city’s oldest neighbourhood and in learning about the rich heritage of the Aborigine.
These are some really cool but free things to do in Sydney. I am sure you will love doing every of these and make memories of lifetime in this great city.