Few years ago, I went to Sydney for study with my friends. This land has become our second hometown and we love Sydney very much as it is lots to do and see. We all know that Sydney is one of the world most exciting city as well as the most expensive city, nevertheless it will not stop us to visiting this great city if we keep our money closer. From my experience to live in Sydney for 4 years, I got these tips in 6 excellent ways to discover the city with very cheap cost.
1. Sunrise at Bondi Beach
I always found a sunny day to get up early, bring my lovely pets to go hiking from Bronte beach to Bondi beach, from this we can find out the exhilarating experience of the sunup and spend the day with promising.
Place: Bondi beach
2. Walk across harbour bridge Sydney
Sydney Harbour Bridge is fantastic, but sometimes I do not want to pay for the fee to go through the bridge, but no problem! I noticed that Harbour Bridge Sydney had offer the lane for traveller to walk through, starting point from The Rocks and the destination is Milsons Point. In a very pleasant day, feeling the faint breeze against your face, all those cars whizzing past, you will look down from on high but has a command taste actually.
Place: Harbour Bridge
3. Picnic at Hyde Park Sydney
This is some of my favourite lifetime nap. I choose a pleasant fall afternoon with some friends, pastry, wine and music, head to Hyde Park for camped in the shade of trees will be comfortable and environmental protection.
Place: Hyde park
4. Hiring a campervan for your transportation
Campervan rental is the most Aussie will do when they travel. There are lots of campervan hire Sydney services in CBD and airport. Campervan is better than car as it solved your accommodation in Sydney and it will offer your family or friends more flexible trip.
5. Sunset at Sydney Darling Harbour
Nothing can be perfect romantic to end of the day with a sunset, especial you have a nice place and right person close to you. Sydney got the advantaged Harbour for sunset view. The Mrs Macquarie’s Chair in Royal Botanic Gardens will be the excellent place as I had spent plenty of a wonderful time with my girlfriends here.
Place: Sydney Darling Harbour, Royal Botanic Gardens
6. Nicholson Museum
The last one will be inside my nice Sydney University .Nicholson Museum near big but you will find lots inside. Here is the home of cultural relic’s collection of Australia. Most of the collections were handpicked by Nicholson who was the one of the Founders of Sydney University. Never underestimate this nice place, the reason for it calls “Museum” is that here unfolds the 150 years history of Australia.
Eye-catching for here is the Egyptian mummy! It is free.
Place: Nicholson Museum Open: Mon to Fri 10:00 am – 4:30 pm and Saturday 12:00-4:00 pm
There are so many other places in Sydney you can enjoy your wonderful time, although I had live in Sydney for many years, but I do not think I finish the tour of Sydney. Maybe you would like these tips and find out more by yourself.