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Sydney attracts millions of tourists each year with its ideal markets and stunning Botanical Gardens. Visitors on a Working Holiday Visa, Sydney can be found exploring the port, the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, taking a ferry to Bondi or Manly beach, or enjoying a glass of wine at The Rocks in the old port area.

























harbour-bridge-climb.jpgSurf-pro.jpgThings to do on a Working Holiday Visa, Sydney


  • Take a surf lesson in Bondi
  • Sydney Aquarium
  • Australian National Maritime Museum,
  • Art Gallery of New South Wales
  • Jetboat or kayaking in the Harbour


FREE Stuff when you visit Sydney


Jetboat.jpgThe Harbour Bridgeis one of the most visited sites among those living in Australia. You can walk freely over this gigantic monument and even pay to climb it - but beware of vertigo!

The Rocks. Old buildings, quaint shops and craft markets sit side by side in this historic area of the city. Street theatre performances are also held for free throughout the year.

Sydney is positively bursting with green spaces, most of which are equipped with picnic areas and fixed installations for barbecues, all to use for free! The two top spots are Centennial Parkto the south of the city and Bicentennial Park, which is located west of the Olympic Stadium. Biking, rollerblading, walking around the water holes – Nielsen Parkis just in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. This picturesque location is a great place for picnicking with friends and swimming. There are also various Sydney beachesfor those living in Australia, with many of them being surfing beaches like Bondi; but there are also smaller beaches where you can sunbathe and swim in peace! Do note that Manly Beach is equipped with a number of volleyball nets that are free to use.


Around Sydney


Canyoning.jpgThe Blue Mountainsare ideal terrain for hikers and climbers on a Working Holiday Visa, Sydney. Those who are more turned on to dining and wining, should opt for a wine tour in the Hunter Valley, one of the largest wineries in Australia.




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