Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Enjoy Sydney for FREE!


Yes, you heard it right! Though Sydney has developed quite a reputation for being one of the costliest cities in the world, there are a few things you can do here without burning a hole through your pocket! Here’s a list of some activities you can do to while away a lazy afternoon thriftily!

Botanical Gardens


Located in the heart of the city, Royal Botanic gardens is some of the best maintained natural harbours in the world. Not only the entry is FREE but you can join FREE volunteered guided walk with additional information brochures! The free walks general starts around 10:30 in the mornings and you can contact their information booth for more information.

Art Galleries and Museums


Quite a lot of the premier art galleries and museums in Sydney have NO ENTRY FEES. A few amongst these are the Art Gallery of NSW, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Australian National Maritime Museum, etc. which showcase everything, right from Australia’s wonderful aboriginal Heritage to modern, contemporary art!

Pelican Time!


Only an hour’s drive away from Sydney is a fun activity for people of all ages! Have a great time feeding the pelicans at Central Coast, FREE of charge at 3:30 P.M.

Fun Time at Luna Park



An all-round family entertainment center, Luna Park is a heady mix of adventure rides, fun games and breathtaking harbor views. The entry to Luna park is absolutely FREE!

Enjoy Free Wi-fi



Still paying heavy bucks for the wi-fi at your hotel? You don’t need to anymore! Several restaurants and cafes along with major food chains like McDonalds and Starbucks offer FREE wi-fi services. So get a cup of coffee and don’t forget to share your food selfies on your Instagram feed!

Buses for the Go!



Private rentals cost a heavy penny in Sydney if you need to drive about. A good option is to choose the FREE shuttle service (Bus route 555) that operates in the city. The frequency is every 10 minutes and the timings are from 9:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. on weekdays and from 9:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. on weekends. A detailed map for the bus routes is also available so that you can plan your sightseeing accordingly!

For more such tips and assistance in planning your Australia trip, contact Aussie specialists at http://www.aadyaetravel.com/content/contactus



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