Free Things To Do in Sydney

It's easy to find free fun things to do in Sydney! From secret swimming spots to free karaoke, there are a ton of free things to do that sydneysiders don't know exist. Sydney's best free stuff is littered through this cashless collection, browse our 150+ free things to do in Sydney below. Remember, there are so many free things to do in Sydney that having no money isn't an issue, it's a great opportunity to explore a wonderful city beautiful views and free activities.

Picnic In Centennial Park

Picnic In Centennial ParkCentennial Park, NSW

Pack yourself an awesome picnic full of cheese nibbles and maybe some bubbly and head to centennial park for a beautiful picnic anywhere on the grounds. Next to one of the big ponds or underneath a beautiful tree. Take

Possum spotting in Hyde Park

Possum spotting in Hyde ParkSydney, NSW

Possums are a great part of the Aussie wildlife. Not to be confused with the American rat like opossum, these cute furry critters are fun to find in trees and doing so will keep the kids entertained for a while.If you've

Free Tours of Sydney

Free Tours of SydneySydney, NSW

Join a Free Walking Tour or a Free Bus Tour of Sydney. Currently, walking tours run every day at 10.30am. Meeting Point: Archibald Fountain at Hyde Park. Tour guide in an orange T-shirt will be waiting there.Before

Watch the sunset over sydney icons

Watch the sunset over sydney iconsCremorne Point, NSW

These seats on Sydney's North Shore foreshore walk make for a spectacular sunset viewing. To get there either walk around the foreshore walk to mccallum pool or drive/catch the bus down milson road to about number 30

Free Karaoke

Free KaraokeSurry Hills, NSW

With a great selection of english songs and the privacy of your very own booth. These karaoke booths are a refreshing change for Sydney's expensive scene. The idea is that you're meant to buy some beers and food

The Best Kids Park in NSW

The Best Kids Park in NSWSilverwater, NSW

Honestly this park looks like a scene from the Teletubbies. It's MASSIVE and has every extreme park equipment you would want, unlike most parks these days. Lots of bbq zones too! Get in early but. It's gets absolutely

Volunteer at the Sydney dog and cat home

Volunteer at the Sydney dog and cat homeCarlton, NSW

Seriously, this is the kind of date that I would love. You're doing a good thing, and you get to cuddle some gorgeous animals. And even if the date is a dud, all of the pups are beautiful! The Sydney dogs and cats home

Walk North Fort to Shelley Beach

Walk North Fort to Shelley BeachManly, NSW

This is a great walk for people of all abilities. Take the bus from outside the Manly ferry up to North Head. Get off by the information centre then walk into North Fort and across the Army Barracks - there are lots of

Take your dog for a swim

Take your dog for a swimMultiple locations

Sydney's dog friendly culture means there are a great number of dog friendly off-leash parks around the place. Some of sydney's off leash parks are far better than others though so here's my pick of the best one for both

Snorkel at a hidden Sydney beach!

Snorkel at a hidden Sydney beach!NSW

Gordon's Bay is a hidden Gem in Sydney, although it get's quite busy on weekends, it is hidden from the general public and A LOT of Sydney-siders have no idea it exists!It is a beach/bay cut into the rocks between Coogee

Saturday Mornings in Glebe

Saturday Mornings in GlebeGlebe, NSW

Saturday morning is by far the best time to explore Glebe and it’s surroundings. Plenty of buses from Central will take you straight to Glebe Point Rd which is the main strip. If you’re driving, park at Broadway (the

Walk around Barangaroo Reserve

Walk around Barangaroo ReserveBarangaroo, NSW

This is a great short and waterside walk in the Sydney CBD, perfect for the evening after work during summer! You can watch the sunset. From the southern end of Barangaroo Reserve (where the casino is being constructed),

Picnic on Observatory Hill

Picnic on Observatory HillMillers Point, NSW

If you're looking for the perfect picnic spot close to the Sydney city then I'd highly recommend Observatory Hill. Featuring a million dollar view of the harbour, the Sydney Bridge and North Sydney this is a popular spot

Jump into the Harbour

Jump into the HarbourDarling Point, NSW

At high tide on a summer's day when the water is warm, it's a lot of fun to jump from the wall at the end of yarranabbe park. The water is about 6ft deep and there's a sandy ground to land on. You can climb back out at

Visit the world's fanciest butcher

Visit the world's fanciest butcherWoollahra, NSW

Victor Churchill at Queen St Woollahra is more like a meat museum than a butcher. Cuts of meat are hung in antique wooden display cases for your viewing pleasure. When you walk in the door you'll be personally greeted by

Go Skateboarding At Waterloo Skatepark

Go Skateboarding At Waterloo SkateparkWaterloo, NSW

Sydney's first full street style skate plaza, that includes blocks, ledges, banked ledges, manual pads, stairs, rails, flat bar, fly-out, corner bank, steep wall and mini ramp. The mini ramp is a cut down of the original

Visit Wendy's Secret Garden

Visit Wendy's Secret GardenLavender Bay, NSW

There is a Secret Garden hiding along the harbour, a beautiful park that was created by one of Australia's most famous artists wives. The garden was once owned by the Rail Corporation, however they abandoned it leaving

Lavender Bay To Kirribilli Walk

Lavender Bay To Kirribilli WalkLavender Bay, NSW

Explore Sydney's stunning harbour foreshore and discover some of Australia's iconic features such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Opera House and Luna Park. The walk also takes you past the Prime Minister's House in