Things to do in Sydney (Page 2)

Cliff jumping @ Jump Rock

Cliff jumping @ Jump RockWatsons Bay, NSW

Warning - this jump is technically illegal and carries a $150 fine if you get caught. People have been seriously injured here and some have died at jump rock so do this at your own peril. That being said - this is one of

Watch the Football at the SFS

Watch the Football at the SFSMoore Park, NSW

All year round there's usually something on at the Sydney Football stadium. During winter (and sometimes in Autumn) you can catch a Rugby league game at the stadium on most weekends. It's super-close to the Sydney CBD

Lunch at Cafe Sydney

Lunch at Cafe SydneySydney, NSW

With possibly the best view for any Sydney Restaurant, Cafe Sydney is a great spot for a Sunday afternoon seafood lunch. Try and get a spot on the balcony (you'll need to book well in advance) & order the fresh &

Buy someone Little Flowers

Buy someone Little FlowersSydney, NSW

Looking for a cost effective way to surprise a loved one? Check out For just $30 you can have q bunch of flowers delivered anywhere in the Sydney region to surprise a loved one or friend!

Swim in Sydney Harbour

Swim in Sydney HarbourPoint Piper, NSW

When you can't make it all the way to the beach on a hot day, there are a number of small harbour-side beaches that you can swim at - all readily accessibly by car, bus, train or even walking. Take a towel, and grab your

The Regular Attractions

The Regular AttractionsPoint Piper, NSW

A good place to begin…The Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Mrs Macquarie’s Chair, Kings Cross, Darling Point, Double Bay, Watsons Bay, The Gap, Bondi Beach, Manly Ferry, Centennial Park, Paddington, Darlinghurst, Surry

Visit Cockatoo Island

Visit Cockatoo IslandMultiple locations

Right in the middle of Sydney Harbour, Cockatoo Island features a bar, historic sites, and even allows you to camp during special periods like New Years Eve & Christmas. The only way to get to cockatoo island is by

Glamping on Cockatoo Island

Glamping on Cockatoo IslandNSW

Wake up to the best views Sydney has to offer ! The campsite is located metres from the Sydney Harbour foreshore on the historic Cockatoo Island. "Glamping" is camping with a softer landing. Twin camp beds inside

Eat a German Pork Knuckle

Eat a German Pork KnuckleThe Rocks, NSW

There are very few things that go with Beer as well as pork. Germans have found a cut of pork that is delivered almost entirely encased in crackling. You can get this beer food at the Lowenbrau, a German pub in the

Spit Bridge To Manly Walk

Spit Bridge To Manly WalkManly, NSW

The Spit Bridge to Manly Scenic Walkway is a series of short tracks, mostly less than 1-2km, including the Fairlight, Dobroyd and North Harbour walks. Each track covers a themed section of the harbour, so covering all of

Manly to Spit Bridge walk

Manly to Spit Bridge walkManly, NSW

Many people will do the Spit Bridge to Manly walk, but taking on the hike in the opposite direction has its advantages too. Get brunch in Manly to fuel up before embarking on the walk, and remember that you may encounter

Visit The Royal Botanic Gardens

Visit The Royal Botanic GardensSydney, NSW

Wrapped around Farm Cove at the edge of Sydney Harbour, the Gardens occupy one of Sydney's most spectacular positions. Established in 1816, it is the oldest scientific institution in the country and is home to an

Picnic at the Royal Botanic Gardens

Picnic at the Royal Botanic GardensSydney, NSW

If you’re lucky enough to live in Sydney, you may have already been to the Royal Botanic Gardens or nearby Mrs Macquarie’s chair for a wander. This time, why don’t you take a blanket, a packed lunch, some bubbly, some

Glebe Foreshore Walk

Glebe Foreshore WalkAnnandale, NSW

The Glebe foreshore walk takes your from Bicentennial Park to the Sydney Fish Markets at Pyrmont.The walk offers views of Sydney city and the harbour.Along the way there are plenty of places for a rest including Jubilee

Glebe foreshore walk then to Messina

Glebe foreshore walk then to MessinaAnnandale, NSW

For a brisk beautiful walk around the Sydney harbour, start from the fish markets or Glebe tram station and end at The Tramsheds. Perfect for all ages, pet and kid friendly, this walk will only take you approx 15-20