$10 weekender: See Sydney on a budget!

Flights, food, and accommodation can end up costing quite a fortune when travelling, and on top of it all, so can activities.

Flights, food, and accommodation can end up costing quite a fortune when travelling, and on top of it all, so can activities. According to Budget Your Trip, the average daily price for travelling in Sydney is $176. Apart from booking through Aabode.com to save on accommodation, we’ve come up with a few activities you could do when travelling to Sydney and not looking to spend a fortune.

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Ferry trip to Watsons Bay

Cost: Adult: $5.88 Child: $2.94

(Or better yet, travel on Sunday for $2.60 transport all day)

Just 11km of Sydney’s CBD is Watsons Bay, a Harbourside suburb which boasts views across the harbour to Sydney’s Harbour Bridge. Travel back in time, to where the original inhabitants, the Gadigal people were known to fish and collect shellfish in the waters around what is now known as Watsons Bay.

Stroll around the bay to Camp Cove, where there once existed rock engravings along the cliff faces. Watsons Bay is one of Sydney’s top picks for a weekend stroll, a picnic in the park, mimosas at the infamous Watsons Bay Hotel or a relaxing park sun bake.

Visit Sydney’s art galleries

Cost: $0

Grab your walking shoes and take Sydney on foot this weekend,  to visit some of Sydney’s well known art galleries.

Check out the collections of Australian, European and Asian artworks displayed at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. 

Explore the crazy, bold and brilliant artworks that live inside of the Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), immerse yourself in the curiosity that is the gallery shop or bring yourself into the sun at the rooftop cafe and sculpture terrace.

Get cultural and check out the four level wonderland that is the White Rabbit Gallery in Chippendale for contemporary Chinese art, and while you’re there be sure to try the tea room for handmade dumplings.

Bondi to Bronte coastal walk

Cost: $0

Grab your best pal, put on your active wear, and head to Bondi for the Bondi to Bronte coastal walk. On your walk you’ll come across stunning beaches and views, parks, ocean pools, trendy neighbourhoods, and picture perfect locations.

Once you’ve finished your walk, grab an ice cream or milkshake and plonk yourself on the beach and take in the views.

Royal National Park

Cost: Adult: approx. $8 Child: approx. $5 (depending on distance travelled)

Less than an hour’s drive from Sydney’s CBD or a train and ferry ride away is Sydney’s treasured Royal National Park. The activities within the park are endless, from swimming, walking, hiking, picnics, or bike rides, the Royal National Park is THE place to be on a clear Sydney day.

Be sure to check out the infamous Figure 8 rock pools or Wedding Cake Rock!

Taking on Sydney doesn’t have to break the bank, and neither does booking accommodation. You could be saving up to 40% by booking your accommodation through Aabode.com.

What are you waiting for?

Book affordable accommodation at greater value with Aabode.com.

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